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JIN JIN is the UK’s first natural enzyme concentrate. Packed with beneficial bacteria and complex enzymes, it is designed to boost and support our immune system, keep our guts healthy, while improving our well-being, alongside having many other health benefits.
SOD, or Superoxide Dismutase, is an enzyme that acts as an antioxidant in defending the body against reactive oxygen species-mediated diseases and cellular damage. It is the first line of defence in all of life. SOD prevents the human body from free radical damage, ensuring the protection of your skin and overall health.
SOD performs the following functions:
Prevents chronic inflammation
It slows down the ageing process & gives a youthful radiance
Improve skin health and skin texture
It is proven to be beneficial for several diseases such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, cataracts, gout, and scleroderma.
It also breaks down harmful free radicals into less damaging molecules like hydrogen peroxide and oxygen. It inhibits the appearance of ageing signs such as fine lines, wrinkles, saggy skin, age spots, and uneven complexion. It also fights hyperpigmentation caused by sun damage. It promotes the production of collagen and increases the elasticity of your skin.
GABA also known as Gama-Aminobutyric Acid, are amino acids that act naturally on our nervous system.
Having adequate levels of GABA:
Boosts immune system to protect against chronic ailments
Enhance mood and keeps you happy
Alleviates pain and decreases the risk of diseases
Increases focus and responsiveness
Boost sleep and calmness
Regulates muscle tone
Stimulates the digestive system, helps our bodies to produce vitamins. It helps treat and prevents IBS, diabetes, eczema, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Polysaccharides are large sugar molecules bonded by enzymes. They're larger than monosaccharides, known as simple sugars. Polysaccharides play many roles in our body; some store energy and others play a part in sending cellular messages.
Polyphenols are micronutrients we can only get from plants. They have antioxidant properties, so they protect our arteries, help with digestion, keep blood sugar levels in check, and even protect us from degenerative diseases.
Also called Riboflavin, Vitamin B2 works as an antioxidant and helps our bodies break down carbohydrates, fats and proteins to create energy by metabolising glucose. It also keeps our skin, eyes and nervous system healthy.
Vitamin B12 is known as Cobalamin, and it's an essential compound our bodies can't produce. This vitamin is a nerve and cell specialist that can improve your memory, boost your energy, and help you keep a healthy heart. Cell production and regeneration are what vitamin B12 does best.
Glutamic acid is an amino acid that helps biosynthesise proteins. Our bodies can also break down glutamic acid into glutamate, an essential compound that helps maintain your nervous system and is involved in our learning and memory functions.
One of the essential amino acids, Isoleucine, is in charge of creating haemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying compound in blood. Isoleucine can also help keep sugar levels in check and boost your endurance and overall energy.
This important antioxidant and amino acid has an active role in our metabolism, from synthesising proteins to breaking down nutrients. It also helps create proteins and supports wound healing.
Threonine is a versatile amino acid and building block for a wide variety of proteins and regulating our body's protein balance. Threonine also collaborates with regenerating our nervous system. It is a precursor of glycine and serine amino acids.
Chromium is an essential trace mineral that we need in very small quantities. It may enhance muscle mass, weight loss and improve insulin sensitivity.
Lactic acid is the byproduct of certain healthy bacteria doing their thing, like turning cream into yoghurt — they're present in all fermented foods and drinks. Our gut bacteria also produce lactic acid, and we naturally create the compound in our muscles. Our bodies use lactic acid for many things, particularly our muscle mobility.
Alanine is an amino acid, a building block for our bodies to create proteins. It is also a source of energy for our muscles and our brain. On top of that, alanine can strengthen your immune system.
Also known as Thiamin, Vitamin B1 is in charge of turning carbohydrates into energy; it also plays a role in keeping glucose levels in check and aids our nervous and circulatory functions.
Vitamin B6 or Pyridoxine enhances enzyme reactions, so it works in many ways in our bodies. It is a natural mood booster, increases brain functions, reduces anxiety while keeping your immune system healthy.
Aspartic acid is an amino acid that helps your body stay balanced by reacting with other amino acids and proteins in your body. Aspartic acid aids in hormones production and keeps your nervous system in good condition.
Glycine is an amino acid that helps your body generate proteins and aids in creating hormones and enzymes, including creatine and collagen, so it works at all levels. It's also turned into glutathione, one of the most important antioxidants created by our bodies.
Leucine is an amino acid used to create and regenerate proteins, especially muscles. They give our bodies energy during a workout and can also help with other cellular processes like tissue regeneration.
Serine is a polar amino acid used by our bodies to build proteins. It's also essential to metabolise fats and fatty acids. Serine takes part in muscle growth, strengthening brain membrane cells, and can even help boost your immune system.
Valine is an essential amino acid that works together with leucine to synthesise all the proteins our body needs. It can also become energy for our muscles when required. This is one of the most widely used building blocks in our bodies.
Like other amino acids, Glutamine plays an active role in generating muscle and other proteins and plays a critical role in keeping our immune system strong and healthy. This amino acid increases and maintains our digestive health, giving energy to protective cells in our intestines.