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Black Pepper

Black Pepper Extract – Bioperine

Bioperine is a patented name for a supplement based on piperine, a pure extract derived from black peppers grown in moist, fertile soil in southern India. Extracts of black pepper is often used in Indian recipes, and in the exercise of traditional Indian medicine. It has several uses, including as immunomodulator, anti-tumor and anti-depressant.

Bioperine increases the natural absorption rate of your body.

How does bioperine work?

Our cells burn energy and generate heat (37 C °). This process is done through the designated thermogenesis. This process has a major role in the absorption of nutrients in the digestive system. In the presence of Bioperine this process is stimulated contributing to better blood absorption of vitamins, MINERAL, phytonutrients, amino acids, etc.
The Bioperine has been studied in clinical trials and demonstrates to be effective and safe.

Example of nutrients that is recommended the addition of bioperine for better absorption:

Herbal extracts – eg curcumin, Ginko biloba, and other …)
Water-soluble vitamins (hidrosoluvies) – for example, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, niacinamide, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, folic acid and vitamin C.
Fat-soluble vitamins (fat soluble) – For example, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin, and vitamin K.
Antioxidants – for example, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, lycopene, lutein / zeaxanthin, bioflavonoids complex, germanium, selenium and zinc.
Amino acids – e.g., lysine, isoleucine, leucine, threonine, valine, tryptophan, phenylalanine, and methionine.
minerals – for example, calcium, iron, zinc, vanadium, selenium, chromium, iodine, potassium, manganese, copper and magnesium.
With over 6000 years of practice, Ayurvedic medicine is concerned with the digestive tract – digestion and absorption of nutrients. About 2/3 of all Ayurvedic formulas contain several ingredients and of them is black pepper.

 

It’s not what you eat that counts, it’s what you absorb!

The graphs below, we see the absorption of:
Coenzyme Q10: + 31.8%
Slenio: + 42.6%
Vitamin C: + 52.3%
Beta carotene (carrots): + 61.2%

Black pepper (Piper nigrum) extract significantly improves (60%) the absorption of nutrients. Bioperine is an extremely pure and safe form of piperine, the main alkaloid of black pepper.
Clinical trials have shown that Bioperine enhances the bioavailability of water-soluble nutrients:
(Vitamin C and vitamin B6), liposoluble (beta-carotene), amino acids (L-selenomethionine) from plant (turmeric) and coenzyme Q10.

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The special fruits of the pepper plants are hand-picked, even before reaching the peak of its maturity. Then, they are sun-dried to ensure the ideal maturation and quality. Piperine extract, in the patented product Biopiperine, and its subtle but powerful effects have been the subject of a thorough clinical investigation in the United States.

 

In one of these tests, serum selenium levels of subjects taking 50 mcg L-selenomethionine plus 5 mg Bioperine were 30% higher than those of control group (L-selenomethionine and placebo).