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Aid your digestion with Super Bio Slender

Sep 03, 2023


Koso Med

A little over two years since the entire world grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic, much has changed in the health and medical spheres. Nations saw their healthcare systems crumble, while others were quicker to adapt to a fast-acting and unfamiliar virus. The world is certainly not the same. As preventive measures like masks, social distancing, and vaccines were rolled out, society continued to look for more ways to protect themselves. 

People started to look at health in a more holistic approach. As the virus overwhelmed hospitals, a lot of people turned to traditional and natural forms of healing. The pandemic exposed the current state of health and how entire societies are systematically failing at protecting themselves. Now we are slowly starting to see that good nutrition is the core of overall health. 

Nutrition determines our health. It also determines the diseases that we get. In recent years, diseases like diabetes, hypertension, cholesterol, cardiovascular, and obesity related issues, are affecting more and more people, across different ages. Metabolic Syndrome is the umbrella term for overarching medical conditions that often lead to these deadly diseases. Metabolic Syndrome is the combination of diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension) and obesity, which are commonly linked, and is very dangerous. 

Poor nutrition, lack of proper rest, and excessive alcohol and smoking all contribute to high amounts of free radicals in our body, which cause many detrimental effects to our body. Unfortunately, there has been little progress in improving diets across the globe in the last decade. The 2021 Global Nutrition Report has found that a quarter of all deaths among adults are attributable to poor diets – those low in fruits, vegetables, nuts/seeds and whole grains, and high in red and processed meat and sugary drinks. 

WIth the current state of food production, regulation, and accessibility, it is no surprise that diseases are catching on to a good chunk of the world’s population. These days, it gets more difficult to eat a healthy diet with our affinity for processed food, and how these are often more accessible and easy to prepare. How can we protect ourselves from Metabolic Syndrome? 

Research has shown that an enzyme Superoxide dismutase protects cells from free radicals. Superoxide dismutase naturally occurs in our body, but decreases as we age. Our bodies need more Superoxide dismutase to help break down potentially harmful oxygen molecules in cells, which can prevent damage to tissues like chronic inflammation. We need to retain this enzyme in our body and slow down its reduction as we age. We can do that by eating a balanced diet, exercising, getting proper rest, decreasing our alcohol intake, and avoiding smoking. 

We recognize the importance of proper nutrition to overall health here at Koso Med. We have formulated the supplement Super Bio Slender to help those suffering from Metabolic Syndrome. 

Super Bio Slender has high levels of Superoxide dismutase extracted from organically grown, fresh produce in our farms in Japan. Super Bio Slender is enriched with Salacia Reticulata and Salacia Oblongata that clean our blood. The body’s absorption of these ingredients is made easier by our patented fermentation process which includes 52 strains of friendly soil bacteria. Fermentation acts as a predigest of the solids making it easy for the body to absorb and naturally preserves enzymes from the organic produce. Super Bio Slender helps completely reduce metabolic toxins & fat, as well as gently removes harmful bacteria in our blood and organs. It regulates our digestive system by discarding toxins and waste, keeping the body naturally healthy and lean. 

Super Bio Slender will greatly benefit not just those suffering from Metabolic Syndrome, but anyone who wants to find balance in their health. Defend your body from free radicals with Super Bio Slender



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