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All cells building our body and its organs multiply and die in an orderly fashion that assures our optimum health. Our body’s cells are surrounded by a biological mesh made of collagen and other natural components called connective tissue. This tissue can be temporarily dissolved with the help of collagen digestive enzymes, called matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) to accommodate new cell growth or other biological functions, and it is quickly rebuilt in a healthy condition.

Dr. Rath identified key natural substances, such as L-Lysine and Vitamin C which are essential for maintaining connective tissue strength and integrity. These natural components work in biological synergy with other amino acids, trace elements, plant derived polyphenols (quercetin and green tea extract) and a natural blend of collagen peptides to support optimum function of connective tissue necessary for maintaining healthy cell growth.  Epiquercican is built on our pioneering scientific research and our innovative ‘nutrient synergy’ approach. Our scientific advances in these areas are applied in selecting and analyzing effective combinations of natural compounds for maximum health benefits.*

  • Key Synergy Nutrients:

    Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG): A green tea extract with antioxidant and anticarcinogenic properties. Research by the Dr. Rath Research Institute has shown that EGCG‘s action can be enhanced by synergy with other nutrients in the inhibition of the enzymes that degrade connective tissue and other beneficial functions.

    Vitamin C: Plays a critical role in the production of collagen and ensures its proper structure. Vitamin C is essential for strong connective tissue, and is also the most important antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals and protects cells from free radical damage. It participates in numerous biochemical reactions that generate cellular energy and acts synergistically with lysine, proline and other nutrients.

    Lysine: Lysine is an essential amino acid, which signifies that it must be obtained from the diet and is an important building block of collagen fibers. Lysine also helps in collective tissue stabilization.

    L-Proline: This amino acid is also a building block of collagen. L-Proline is needed to strengthen the body’s connective tissue and control its enzymatic degradation. It is produced in the body, but its levels may not meet the body’s requirements.


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