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Radiance FibroMalic Malic Acid Complex 60 Veg Capsules

Radiance FibroMalic is a nutritional and herbal formula designed to help support cellular energy production, waste removal and glucose utilisation to facilitate the maintenance of healthy cellular and muscular tissue function.
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Radiance FibroMalic Malic Acid Complex 60 Veg Capsules
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Herbal and nutritional formula to help support muscular health and comfort. - Radiance FibroMalic is a nutritional and herbal formula designed to help support cellular energy production, waste removal and glucose utilisation to facilitate the maintenance of healthy cellular and muscular tissue function. The formula contains malic acid, a naturally occurring, non-toxic organic acid found in fruits and vegetables, especially apples. Malic acid plays an essential part in sugar metabolism and energy production. It also has an oxygen sparing effect by supporting energy production efficiency; this supports optimal tissue oxygenation and nutrient levels for use by muscles and other tissues. Magnesium is the number one stress and relaxation mineral. Boswellia, a well known Ayurvedic herb, helps normalise stressed tissues whilst vitamins C and B6 and the mineral chromium support healthy nerve function and sugar metabolism. Usage: Nutritional and herbal support for sore tired muscles.

Adults take 2 capsules daily.

Each Capsule Contains: Malic acid 400mg Devil's Claw 100mg Boswellia 50mg Vitamin C 5mg Vitamin B6 2.5mg Chromium 25mcg Magnesium 50mg 100% Vegetarian. Also contains: Cellulose capsule, magnesium stearate, silica. Contains no: Corn, egg, gluten, milk derivatives, nuts, salt, soy, sugar, wheat, yeast, artificial preservatives, flavouring or colours.

Not recommended during pregnancy and lactation. People taking Warfarin should consult a healthcare professional before using this product, due to the Boswellia content.

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