Solgar Grape Seed Extract 100 mg 30 Veg. Capsules
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- A generic alternative to pine park extract
- Rich in several Proanthocyanidin B compound
- Natural source
- Vegan, Vegetarian
1-2/day Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free
Solgar ® Grape Seed Extract 100 mg is a source of natural polyphenol and OPC’s.
Oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) are plant based flavonol compounds that are found in grape seeds (or pine bark). The oligomeric proanthocyanidins, as a group of distinct compounds are named after the flavonoid compounds they are derived from. This class of compounds is found at the highest concentrations in the skin and the seeds of different plant species. The simplicity of their chemical structure differentiates these versatile compounds from the more complex flavonoids they are partly derived from, the simple chemical structure of these compounds enables their rapid absorption into the blood. They are considered to be beneficial compounds for human health.
Much of the research into OPC’s utilised extracts of grape seeds. Grape seed extracts can be found commercially with OPC concentrations up to about 80%. They are rich in several Proanthocyanidin B compounds, which are not found in pine bark extracts and Polyphenols are found in red wine (grape skin), peanuts and some plants.
Solgar ® Grape Seed Extract 100 mg comes in an easy dose of 1-2 vegetable capsules a day for an optimal dosage of antioxidants.
All Solgar ® products meet our industry recognized “Gold Standard” for excellence. Made using naturally sourced ingredients and innovating since 1947, Solgar ® is your perfect supplement to good health – 98% of Solgar ® consumers recommend the brand*
Bulking Agent (microcrystalline cellulose), Grape Seed (Vitis vinifera) Extract (providing 90 mg [90%] polyphenols), Vegetable Capsule Shell (hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose), Anti-caking Agents (vegetable magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide).
For detailed nutritional information, please check the label.
*Global Praxis online shopper survey 2017, which included 3,882 VMS consumers.
Food supplements should not be used instead of a varied balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.