MineraXinis a food supplement of marine origin that helps to normalize the symptomatology associated with perimenopause and menopause.
Benefits and Indications
MineraXin provides protection against the symptoms associated with menopause and perimenopause.
MineraXin aids in the regularization of hormone levels.
MineraXin is beneficial in the achievement of optimal bone mineralization.
MineraXin helps increase the iron and ferritin deposits in the body.
- relief of the symptoms associated with perimenopause and menopause.
- preventing situations of low blood iron levels.
- contributing to the improvement of the hormonal disruptions occurring in perimenopause and menopause.
- improving bone health and contributing to optimal bone mineralization.
- contributing to a healthy diet and proper nutrition.
- Lipoprotein Complex of Marine Origin -
MineraXin is a marine compound of natural origin which improves the general state of health in conditions of perimenopause and menopause, contributing to the regulation of the hormonal system and the maintenance of the bone system in a healthy condition.
- High Biological Value Marine Proteins -
MineraXin is a nutraceutical extracted from the muscle of the marine species M. galloprovincialis (bivalve mollusk, mytilidae family) by non-denaturing biotechnological processes which preserve the natural properties of the active ingredients.
Estudios y publicaciones científicas
MineraXin delays the estrogen deficiency associated with perimenopause
In 91 perimenopausal women whose diet was supplemented with a daily dose of 750 mg of MineraXin for three months, a positive effect on menopause-associated blood markers was observed.
MineraXin stimulates bone growth and reduces bone degeneration markers
In 91 perimenopausal women whose diet was supplemented with a daily dose of 750 mg of MineraXin for three months, a positive effect was observed on the blood markers associated with bone growth, by an increase in GH and IGF-1 production.
MineraXin increases iron deposits in the body, aiding the improvement of anemia.
In 91 perimenopausal women whose diet was supplemented with a daily dose of 750 mg of MineraXin for three months, an increase was observed in deposits of iron and ferritin, the body’s iron storage protein.
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Información y ficha técnica
Nutritional values per capsule
|Nutritional data (per capsule)|
|Energy value||1 kcal (4,2 kJ)|
Warnings and Precautions
- Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
- Not to be taken by persons with an allergy to any of the components of its formulation.
- Do not exceed the stated dose.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Boxes of 30 hard gelatin capsules.
- Content per capsule:
– 250 mg of lyophilized E-MHK-0103® extract.
- Keep in a cool, dry place.
- 3 capsules/day with meals.
Ask your physician or pharmacist about the health benefits of taking these nutrients as part of your daily diet.