Ingredients & DescriptionFibroboost® contains Seanol-F®, a patent-pending extract derived from Ecklonia cava a species of edible brown seaweed, that has powerful antioxidant properties which are approximately 10 times stronger than that of green tea polyphenols. Fibroboost, and its partner FibroNol are quickly becoming leading nutrient supplements in the prevention of oxidative stress and the harmful conditions that result from oxidative stress.
The Seanol-F compound has unique power to quench free radicals by providing extra electrons. This creates a complex and powerful trap for free radicals. Unlike polyphenols derived from land plants, the polyphenols found in Fibronol® are 40% fat-soluble, and have the ability to pass the blood-brain barrier. Because of this, they have a much longer metabolic half-life than other more common polyphenols and are therefore far more effective.
Studies have shown that FibroBoost and Fibronol® support cardiovascular function: inhibiting LDL oxidation more powerfully than the same levels of green tea catechins; provides support for the body’s fibrinolysis function; cholesterol within normal levels; and production of nitric oxide (NO) in the vascular endothelium, which is important for support of normal blood flow.
Two of the phlorotannins found in E. cava, dieckol and phlorofucofuroeckol, have been shown in studies to increase brain levels of acetylcholine by inhibiting acetylcholinesterase, and support neurotransmitter levels, with significant benefit for brain function. In addition, Fibronol® has been shown to increase alpha wave production, an indication of increased relaxation.
Research has shown, compounds in Fibronol® inhibited diacylglycerol acetyl transferase (DGAT) more than 50%. DGAT is the enzyme involved in the synthesis of triglycerides. In overweight subjects, Fibronol® reduced body fat and increased physical activity. In other research at the University of Washington Pathology department, Fibronol® caused a 10% reduction in blood glucose and weight loss.
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