Lesson 1 : Understand GENEBEAUTY Product LEARNING Knowledge Base for Consumer Education Lesson 2 : Understand Enzyme 3 types of food digesting enzymes are classified according to the type of food they digest. Enzymes are classified as carbohydrase, lipase or protease. PREVIOUS NEXT The ingredients are all natural herbs, fresh gathered from the best location avaliable. Each capsule is equivilent to traditionally brewed precious herbs, all the nutrient concentrated into a convinient, low cost package. Easy to use, convenient and economical, all our product are chemical free, all natual, tested by SGS. 2. Triterpenoids triterpenoids have been reported to exhibit cytotoxicity against a variety of cancer cells 3. SOD High SOD levels is one of the keys to anti-aging and longevity as it is able to protect against DNA strand breaks 4. Trace Elements Multiple Vitamin-Mineral-Trace Element Supplement Provides antioxidant and nutritional support 1. Enzyme Enzymes provide healthy support for your body's healing processes and it's natural ability to help detoxation. 6. Growth Factor & Stemcell cutting-edge research on reversing the aging process, growth factors which stimulate the body to repair and restore damaged tissue. 5. Collagen Peptide helps producing more collagen, as well as elastin, which is best for tissue repair and wound healing Protease Carbohydrase Lipase changes carbohydrate (starch) into sugars (glucose). changes fat (lipid) into fatty acids and glycerol (in biology the posh word for "fat" is "lipid"). changes protein into amino acids. Superoxides Dismutase (SOD) Catalase Peroxidase Ascorbate Peroxidase Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) is an enzyme that repairs cells and reduces the damage done to them by superoxide, the most common free radical in the body. SOD is found in both the dermis and the epidermis, and is key to the production of healthy fibroblasts (skin-building cells). Studies have shown that SOD acts as both an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory in the body, neutralizing the free radicals that can lead to wrinkles and precancerous cell changes. Researchers are currently studying the potential of superoxide dismutase as an anti-aging treatment, since it is now known that SOD levels drop while free radical levels increase as we age. Superoxide Dismutase helps the body use zinc, copper, and manganese. There are two types of SOD: copper/zinc (Cu/Zn) SOD and manganese (Mn) SOD. Each type of SOD plays a different role in keeping cells healthy. Cu/Zn SOD protects the cells’ cytoplasm, and Mn SOD protects their mitochondria from free radical damage. Abnormalities in the copper- and zinc-dependent superoxide dismutase gene may contribute to the development of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s disease, in some people. ALS is a fatal disease that causes deterioration of motor nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. It has been theorized that low levels of superoxide dismutase in those with ALS leaves nerve cells unprotected from the free radicals that can kill them, so researchers have been studying the effect of vitamin E and other antioxidant supplements on the progression of this disease. It was hoped that regular doses of antioxidants could make up for the lack of SOD and help neutralize free radicals. Initial studies were promising, and indicated that vitamin E supplementation could potentially slow the progression of ALS, with some researchers claiming that the risk of death from ALS was as much as 62 percent lower in regular vitamin E users compared to nonusers. Superoxide Dismutase has also been used to treat arthritis, prostate problems, corneal ulcers, burn injuries, inflammatory diseases, inflammatory bowel disease, and long-term damage from exposure to smoke and radiation, and to prevent side effects of cancer drugs. In its topical form, it may help to reduce facial wrinkles, scar tissue, heal wounds and burns, lighten dark or hyperpigmentation, and protect against harmful UV rays. © Copyright BEAUTY’S SECRET COSMETICS USA 2012