Health Aid - Karela Extract 1250mg, 60 TabletsBrand - Health Aid
This everyday health supplement from Health Aid uses natural Karela Extract to give you that extra boost of essential vitamins and minerals.
- Vegan-Friendly Product
- Organic Ingredients
- Free from Wheat, Soya and Yeast
- Contains zero artificial colours, preservatives or flavourings
Health Aid has combined the best quality natural extracts and powders that have been sourced from organically grown wild herbs to give you an everyday tablet that is formulated to improve your general health and wellbeing.
Here’s their secret ingredient! Karela or ‘bitter melon’ is a subtropical vine from the Cucurbitaceae family. With its ancient origins as the staple food among hunter-gatherers in Africa, this unique fruit has since spread all over the globe and has been celebrated for its rich vitamin and mineral content, as well as its high levels of antioxidants.
With its particularly high levels of Vitamin A and C, these Karela Extract Health tablets are designed to help boost your body's natural defences - leaving you feeling fighting fit and ready to go! On top of this, packed full of natural zinc and potassium, Karela Extract is also formulated to help the body build antibodies and help with wound healing and fighting viruses. Take the leap and feel your best all day, every day!
Directions for use: Adults are recommended to take 1-2 tablets per day with a large glass of water. It is recommended that you seek professional medical advice before taking if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or on other medication.
Bulking Agent (di-calcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose), Karela Extract (Momordica charantia), Anti-caking Agent (veg. stearic acid, silicon dioxide), Glazing Agent [hydroxy propyl methylcellulose (HPMC)].
Frequently Asked Questions
Why are antioxidants so important?
Antioxidants are extremely important. compounds that help the body to fight against damaging chemicals, toxins or pollution. Scientists have demonstrated that increasing the amount of antioxidants in your diet can help to reduce the risk of heart disease or certain cancers.