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Nanoxyn Alpha, an Exciting and Beneficial New Supplement, Leaps into the Health Care ArenaNew York, NY | Posted on June 1st, 2010
The features of this unique supplement are based on nano onion-like solid fullerenes (nanoSOF) - a carbon structure that contains high levels of oxygen and which are extracted and converted strictly from natural products. Due to the co-catalytic properties in nanoSOF, it absorbs and eliminates free radicals dramatically and enhances the capability of the natural antioxidants it combines to. The high level of oxygen in the supplement also provides numerous opportunities for the progression of improved therapeutic healing. Furthermore, the nanometric size of the nanoSOF offers greater and more efficient absorbency in the body. For those interested in maintaining a healthy blood stream circulation, improving skin tones, activating and regenerating cellular metabolism, maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, cleansing the digestive system, eliminating free radicals and decreasing stomach acidity, Nanoxynalpha is a supplement that works.
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