Mito-E is the post workout recovery drink mix that really over-delivers by being Rich In Flavanoids And Antioxidants.
Mito-E can help produce Faster And More Complete Post Workout Muscle Recovery.
Mite-E owner Fred Siaosi says there are many people considering buying Mito-E and a lot of buzz around its potential benefits in the Natural Organic Post Workout Recovery Drink Mixes field.
Flavonoids are best known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory health benefits as well as the support of the cardiovascular and nervous systems. Because they also help support detoxification of potentially tissue-damaging molecules, their intake has often, although not always, been associated with decreased risk of certain types of cancers, including lung and breast cancer. However, it is important to note that the amount of flavonoids required to provide the above health benefits is not certain, and there are some conflicting research findings in this regard.
Flavonoids are produced by plants, and plant foods are by far our greatest source of these health-supporting phytonutrients. Among all plant food groups, by far it’s been fruits and vegetables that have been best studied and most analyzed for their flavonoid content. There is also flavonoid data on nuts and seeds, grains, beans and legumes, and select other foods and beverages (for example, green and black tea).
Flavonoids are a very large (more than 6,000 have been so far identified) and very diverse group of phytonutrients. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Flavonoid Database actually breaks down its flavonoid analyses into five of the basic flavonoid chemical subgroups, and it analyzes the best food choices in each of these subgroups. We like this approach to understanding the flavonoid content of food, because it emphasizes the need to consume a wide variety of flavonoids that includes all of the different types.
Read on for an objective analysis of how well Mito-E actually delivers and some insights into whether it might be a good purchase at the current price.
More information and published studies are available at http://www.mito-e.com .
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