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Free Radicals Self-Check
Free Radicals Self-Check
   

Free Radicals Self-Check

19.58 EUR3
Content: 3 pieces (6.53 EUR3 / 1 pieces)
RRP1 / unit: 19.58 EUR3

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Ingredients

Package Content

Package includes 3 test stips and a three-step emergency program for protecting yourself from free radicals restoring oxidative balance.

Recommended Intake

The test strips can detect MDA (malondialdehyde) in urine within three minutes.
Test results can be compared with the colors on the packaging. Every color represents a certain exposure to free radicals (oxidative stress). The Free Radicals Self-Check is a certified and approved urine self-check (corresponding to IVD directive 98/79/EG) to identify free radicals.

Indications

The test results are indicated by colours on the test strips. Every colour stands for a defined extent of free radicals (oxidated stress). The Free Radicals Self-Check is verified (IVD-Richtline 98/79/EG) to measure the extent of free radicals in the body.

Storage

Store at room temperature in a dry, dark place.

Keep out of reach of small children.

Batch number and best before date: see label.

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Your benefits:

Free Radicals Self-Check

The Free Radicals Self-Check can help you identify exposure to free radicals early and resolve it, if possible. MDA is a degradation product of polyunsaturated fat acids. When free radicals oxidize fat acids in the organism (comparable to cooking oil becoming rancid), MDA results as a product.