Boosting the immune system is always a good idea. Science is still exploring all the benefits of xanthones, but findings so far indicate they provide a myriad of health benefits, including supporting and maintaining a healthy immune system.
What are Xanthones? Why Are They Important
Xanthones, antioxidants, free radicals—you may have heard some or all of these words before, but what do they mean? Here’s a little breakdown of the terminology that gives an overview of the science behind the words.
First off, we need to answer the question “what is a free radical?” No, we’re not talking about 80s kids who skipped school. (Like, totally. For sure.) Rather, free radicals are a negative byproduct of the body’s natural functions. These unstable molecules are produced when your body uses oxygen, breaks down food, or is exposed to tobacco smoke or radiation, among other things.
Free radicals can damage cells and speed up the aging processes. Over time these free radicals break down of their own accord and dissipate. However as we age, our body's ability to eliminate these free radicals decreases.
So how do antioxidants affect the body? Antioxidants are the defense mechanism that protect cells from free radicals. Many foods contain antioxidants. These come in the form of vitamins C and E, as well as beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein, and zeaxanthin. Antioxidants can also be man made, although it’s always best to get them from natural sources. Eating diets rich in natural antioxidants, and taking supplements with these antioxidants in them can help the body defend itself and protect the cells from damage.
Now, let’s talk about xanthones. Xanthones are chemical compounds that appear naturally in some plants. The amount of xanthones, and the strength of them, varies from plant to plant. While scientists are still exploring the benefits of these biologically active compounds, one of the biggest pluses is their antioxidant properties. That means they mimic the protective characteristics of antioxidants and shield the body, and the cells in particular, from the harmful effects of free radicals. In addition to these benefits, xanthones have also been linked to strengthening immune systems.
What is the Relationship Between Xanthones and Mangosteen?
While Xanthones can be found in many plants (there are currently more than 70 different types of Xanthones that have been discovered), mangosteen plants have been found to have the highest concentrations of xanthones. In particular, the outer shell of the mangosteen is the most dense and rich in xanthones. For this reason, mangosteen plants are often used in supplements as a source of xanthones.
Benefits of Xanthone from Mangosteen
While you can get antioxidants and xanthones from different places, mangosteen is one of the best sources for the nutrient. Global Blend is an excellent source of many different antioxidant rich nutrients, including vitamin C and xanthones from mangosteen plants. These help defend against free radicals and boost immune system health for an overall healthy body, mind, and lifestyle.
Global Blend: Your Source For Complete Xanthone Benefits
This premium blend combines super fruits, primary antioxidants, and herbal adaptogens with some of the most powerful anti-inflammatory aloes and xanthones to provide you with complete free-radical support and one of the top immune support products at Xyngular.
Global Blend Features
● Made with naturally-sourced ingredients.
● Delicious fruity flavor.
● Powerful superfruit and antioxidant blend.
● Manufactured in the U.S.
Global Blend Benefits
● Helps neutralize free radicals.
● Provides wide spectrum antioxidant support.
● Promotes a healthy immune system.
● Optimizes your body’s own free radical protection.
● Controls stress and hormone response.
To discover what Xanthones can do for you and your immune system, contact your Xyngular Distributor or login to your Xyngular account to get it today!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.