Batalains comes from the Latin word Beta vularis. It’s an extract from beets with a deep red color pigment. This pigment is found often in plants although Batalains are found in specific plants. Specifically Beets, Prickly Bear or Paddle cactus, Swiss Chard and a few edible species off the amaranth family of which 60 species exists!
Batalain is a food color pigment found in the “vacuoles” of plants. What sets Batalains apart is that it contains nitrogen and are very high in antioxidants.
Two Distinct Categories of Batalains:
- Beta*cyanins - Strong reds
- Beta*xanthinus – Light yellow to orange.
Note: I am not a scientist or obstetrician or even a gynecologist. So, I am not going dazzle you with all the big fancy words. If you want to get all that deep scientific, and fancy names of plants, illnesses and conditions. By all means shoot on over to wikipedia and type in “Batalains”. You won’t be disappointed. Be sure to have your scientific dictionary handy, you might be challenged on a few.
What are Batalains going to do for You?
Stop and think about how all the nutrients, minerals, proteins, hormone and fluids delivered to every part of your body.
You might answer, “By our blood.” You would be partly correct, but the right answer is via our arteries. There are over 60,000 miles of arteries in our body and some so small the blood needs to travel down them in single file. The arteries are the delivery system and inside all that “tubing” is an inner lining called the endothelium.
Pronouced [endo'thee'lee'um] - This lining help keep the blood moving through our veins smoothly.
An interesting chemical reaction takes place in our cells caused by free radicals. Where one cell loses an electron and oxidation takes place. As this oxidation effects each cell, so does it effect the reaction of those cells to healthy cells around it. Essentially the cell with the missing electron grabs onto healthy cells in the organs, arteries, veins and other cells around it. Those that grab the cells from the endothelium slowly damage that lining. This can eventually lead to a lot of diseases and potential reactionary blood clots. I say reactionary because blood clot don’t just happen. It comes first from our lining being damaged and then a slow build up of bad LDL cholesterol and plague in the effort to heal the damaged area.
With the potential of our delivery system being damaged, it is safe to believe that our organs are being damaged in the same way by these free radical cells and the break down of the tissue by the reactionary results of oxidation of these cell.
- Protects Endothelium – keeps arteries supple, elastic and healthy
- Lowers LDL from oxidation
- Increases HDL cholesterol
Reduces/eliminate inflammation in joints – Cleans out joints and purifies the joint’s spungy fluids and stops the destructive break down of the free radicals and oxidation properties that devour the cartilage and muscles around the joints.
- Helps reduce/eliminate LDL oxidation in our cells.
- Cleans up cells by providing each cell with the support, protection and energy to fight or heal.
- Acts as an Inhibitor to help prevent headaches and reduce menstrual cramps for women.
- Helps to stave cancer cells and reduce tumor growth
- Helps sexual desire and arousal
- Helps clean the lungs indirectly
- Reduces cancer risk
- Reduces or eliminates arthritis
You can get it naturally from eating about 80 beets a day or your best bet is to get an extract from an MLM company called evolvHealth with their product called evolvLimitless.
Regardless of what is said here…do your homework and research this to be sure your decision to get this product is right for you. Be sure to ask your doctor before you jump in and get started with us.
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