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Alpha Lipoic Acid 25 mg

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Published on Mar 17, 2013

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Alpha-Lipoic Acid is a powerful and versatile antioxidant that helps protect the body against free radical damage It also helps increase glutathione production, which helps in detoxification processes in the body. Alpha lipoic Acid is a unique antioxidant in that it is both fat- and water-soluble. Some antioxidants can only function within their specific soluble media - vitamin E in fatty membranes of cells and vitamin C in watery portions of cells. Because of its dual solubility, alpha lipoic acid can function in both the fat and water parts of the cell. This makes alpha lipoic acid a complete antioxidant capable of defending against a wide variety of invading free radicals.

For those interested in chemistry, Alpha lipoic acid has both sulfur atoms and carboxyl groups in its chemical structure, making it a very reactive compound. Alpha lipoic acid is converted into the reduced form, dihydrolipoic acid, inside of cells, and dihydrolipoic acid possesses two sulfhydryl groups.

Alpha lipoic acid is found naturally in foods such as spinach, broccoli, tomato, liver, heart and animal muscle tissue. Its bioavailability from food may be limited, however, because it is bound to a protein called "lipoyllysine." Alpha lipoic acid found in supplements may be more biologically active than lipoic acid bound to this protein in food. Kirkman's Alpha Lipoic Acid capsules can be swallowed or the contents of the capsules mixed in food or beverages.

Alpha lipoic acid is a vitamin-like substance. It's been used in Europe for a long time and research i showing it is an impressive free radical scavenger, being able to slow or halt degenerative diseases due to oxidation from aging, and to restore health to diseased organs. It may even inhibit tissue deterioration associated with many diseases. Because of it's ability to make up deficiencies in Vitamin C and E, it may be a treatment for diabetes. As it plays a vital role in the energy processes in mitochondrial electron transportation in cells, a function related to the metabolism of glucose into energy. Alpha lipoic acid is even more potent than vitamin C and E. Alpha lipoic acid 25 mg is a low dose, however. Doses of 100mg up to 600mg and more are commonly used therapeutically. It's a good starting does, for young children for example. One of the lowest doses available is alpha lipoic acid 25 mg.

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