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OCUVIAGUARD TRANSDERMAL PATCHES
THE VIAGUARD INC CATALASE/GLUTETHIONE/AREDS 3 TRANSDERMAL ANTIOXIDANT PATCH AND THE NEUTRALIZATION OF FREE RADICALS ASSOCIATED WITH;
Age-Related Eye Disease (Macular Degeneration, Cataracts)
the restoration of your body's natural defense mechanism by transdermal delivery is a scientific breakthrough. use the patch in conjunction with all other forms of treatment.
The unique Viaguard Inc transdermal catalase/glutethione patch is all natural and formulated to provide optimal adsorption into the blood stream, unlike oral products the anti-oxidants are not subject to digestive degeneration.
THE COMBINATION OF CATALASE/GLUTETHIONE AND THE AREDS 2 FORMULA IN A TRANSDERMAL PATCH IS AN OPTIMAL AND AGGRESSIVE APPROACH IN ANTI-OXIDANT THERAPY.
Catalase and glutethione are natural, endogenous enzymes found in every cell of your body, but whose levels decrease with age to the point where free radicals become prevelant.
The body’s trillion or so cells face formidable threats, from, infection, genetic mutations, environmentally damaged DNA, and the ravages of lifestyle and biological trauma. The causative factor in many of these threats comes from nasty chemicals called free radicals. They are capable of damaging cells and genetic material. The body generates free radicals, often in the form of peroxides, as the natural byproducts of metabolism. Others are in the food you eat and the air you breathe, some are generated by sunlight’s action on the skin and eyes.
Free radicals come in many shapes, sizes, and chemical configurations. What they all share is a voracious appetite for electrons, stealing them from any nearby substances that will yield them. This electron theft can radically alter the “loser’s” structure or function. Free radical damage can change the instructions coded in a strand of DNA. It can make a circulating low-density lipoprotein (LDL, sometimes called bad cholesterol) molecule more likely to get trapped in an artery wall. or it can alter a cell’s membrane, changing the flow of what enters the cell and what leaves it.
We aren’t defenseless against free radicals. The body, long used to this relentless attack, makes scads of molecules that quench free radicals as surely as water douses fire. They work by generously giving electrons to free radicals without turning into electron-scavenging substances themselves.
Although there are hundreds, probably thousands, of different substances that can act as antioxidants, the most effective antioxidants, naturally present in every cell of your body, are catalase and glutethione.
Catalase, a natural enzyme, endogenous to every cell in your body, is one of the most potent anti-oxidants known. its activity is crucial to life and well being. Catalase converts harmful oxidizing agents formed during metabolism to water and molecular oxygen, and at the same time uses those agents to oxidize toxins including phenols, formic acid etc.. One molecule of catalase can break down four million molecules of cellular peroxides..
As the levels of naturally occurring catalase decrease with age, the destructive impact of peroxides becomes less inhibited. The realization that reduced levels of anti -oxidants may induce pathological changes has over a number of years given rise to a surge of antioxidant products taken orally but subject to digestive degradation and questions of bio-availability.
The most familiar ones are vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene, and other related carotenoids, along with the minerals selenium and manganese. They’re joined by glutathione, coenzyme q10, lipoic acid, flavonoids, phenols, polyphenols, phytoestrogens, and many more. While these products do help in fighting free radical damage they have not delivered the hoped for benefits, and cannot deliver the level of effectiveness of a restored level of intracellular Catalase/ARED 2 ingredients.
These mostly disappointing results haven’t stopped food companies and supplement sellers from banking on antioxidants. Indeed, antioxidant supplements represent a billion dollar industry that continues to grow. Antioxidants are still added to breakfast cereals, sports bars, energy drinks, and other processed foods, and they are promoted as additives that can prevent heart disease, cancer, cataracts, memory loss, and a host of other conditions.
Catalase like many enzymes is not effective orally, and requires the unique Viaguard’s transdermal delivery system. Our patch incorporates years of research into facilitating dermal adsorption, bio-availability, and the complex role of oxidative damage to DNA function at the cellular level by free radicals.
Catalase is very effective against diseases initiated by reactive oxygen species including eye diseases linked to aging, such as macular degeneration and cataracts.
Other diseases include skin inflammation, skin cancer, cutaneous auto- immune diseases, photo toxicity and skin ageing ( jin et al,2001), eum et al, 2005)
Catalase, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Beta Carotene, Glutethione, Lutein, Zinc, Copper.
Method of use
Apply a patch to an area above the waist that is relatively free of body hair, such as the upper arm. Apply a new patch daily, and the patch can be safely worn 12 to 24 hours a day.
The patch is intended as long term therapy and should be continuously used even when improvement is evident.
The patch should not be used by children under sixteen, pregnant or nursing women,Patches should be stored in a cool place less than 72 degrees f, (23 degrees c). Patches can be refrigerated, but should not be frozen.