BENEFITS TO TAKE KYÄNI SUNSET
- Supports Cardiovascular Health
- Helps Reduce Inflammation
- Encourages Healthier Skin and Hair
- Helps Maintain Healthy Cholesterol Levels
- Helps Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar Levels
- Supports Cognitive Function
- Supports Cell Membranes
- Most Potent Vitamin E
- Promotes Healthy Immune Response
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Recently discovered tocotrienol Vitamin E has exhibited substantial benefits to the cardiovascular system including helping to maintain healthy blood pressure and a reduction in blood cholesterol levels by up to 35 percent. Studies have shown a decrease in arterial blockage, reducing risk factors for cardiovascular diseases. Tocotrienols have also proven to be very effective supporters of cell health including protection from oxidation.
In the past, the majority of scientific research focused on the less-effective form of Vitamin E called alpha-tocopherols, while as little as one percent focused on the potent tocotrienol Vitamin E. However a significant shift has taken place over the last few years as a much larger portion of peer-reviewed research articles have been centered on tocotrienols. It’s becoming more clear that, at the molecular level, tocotrienols are a much more potent and effective source of Vitamin E.
Click here to see what Whole Foods Magazine is saying about tocotrienols.
Most supplements use a synthetic Alpha-Tocopheral Vitamin E. However, several studies have shown that Tocopherols, particularly Alpha-Tocopherols, interfere with the health benefits of Tocotrienols. In one study, six groups of chickens were given varying levels of Tocopherols in addition to Tocotrienols. The chickens that were given little or no Tocopherols had the greatest reduction of lipids. The chickens given higher levels of Tocopherols actually increased cholesterol production. Additional studies have shown that Tocopherols interfere with cholesterol levels, absorption, and anti-carcinogenic properties.
Tocopherols have also been said to…
- Block absorption
- Compromise cholesterol reduction
- Attenuate cancer inhibition
- Induce tocotrienol breakdown/catabolism
- Increase cholesterol in high doses
The annatto bush, an oily plant that grows in South America, is the only natural compound in the world that offers pure Tocotrienols without the accompanying Tocopherols. Furthermore, annatto Tocotrienol has the highest Tocotrienol concentrations with 150 – 300 times fewer Tocopherols than rice and palm sources. Only Kyäni Sunset™ contains annatto Tocotrienols, offering the most health benefits.
Omega-3s are an essential fatty acid required for optimal health. This healthy molecule is found in every cell of the body, particularly in the brain and heart. Because the body doesn’t produce these oils on its own, they must be obtained through dietary consumption.
Delivered from Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon and other wild fish, Kyäni Sunset™ contains extremely high levels of both EFA and DHA forms of Omega-3s. Studies show that Omega-3s have profound anti-inflammatory qualities, improving vascularization throughout the body and supporting artery and heart health.
VITAMIN A (BETA-CAROTENE)
Beta-carotene is an organic compound found abundantly in plants and vegetables. A member of the carotenoids, it can be metabolized into Vitamin A, yielding many compelling health benefits. These include heart health, cell protection, and heightened immunity. This essential nutrient is also beneficial in sustaining optical health and brain function.
Beta-carotene is lipid-soluble and acts as an antioxidant, protecting cells from oxidation damage. With the addition of this powerful compound in Sunset, you’ll be giving your body more of what it needs.
Vitamin D is one of several vitamins required for normal growth and development. This essential nutrient contributes to the absorption of calcium, which is an important process for bone development and strength. Vitamin D promotes cellular growth, boosts the immune system, and helps to reduce inflammation. Studies have also shown that Vitamin D assists in regulating blood pressure and improving cardiovascular health. One unique aspect of Vitamin D is that it can be created by our bodies with the aid of sun exposure. However, studies show an alarming rate of Vitamin D deficiency in the USA. Since most Americans are not producing enough on their own, Vitamin D supplementation can provide the support and protection the body needs from this essential nutrient.
Kyäni Sunset is a proprietory combination of EPA and EHA derived from Wild Fish Oils (including Wild Salmon – among the purest source in the world), Vitamin A and the essential Vitamin D. Comprised of only Lipid-Soluble nutrients, Sunset is intended for evening use to maximize bio availability and absorption.
Kyäni Sunset® is the only product on the market that combines the most powerful Tocotrienols from the seeds of the tropical Annatto bush and salmon oil from Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon.
The Kyäni Sunset™ white paper is an informative essay written by our Scientific Advisory Board. It contains valuable in-debth research about the health benefits and ingredients of Kyäni Sunset™.
REDUCE INFLAMMATION BY OVER 90%
An independent laboratory recently conducted a study to see how much Kyäni Sunset™ reduces inflammation. The results showed that Kyäni Sunset™ reduces inflammation by over 90 percent! If in fact, even in diluted amounts, Kyäni Sunset™ was shown to be as effective at reducing inflammation as the drug Chloroquine!
HOW MANY PEOPLE SUFFER FROM INFLAMMATORY DISORDERS?
Arthritis – 70 million
Cardiovascular – 60 million
Allergies – 39 million
Asthma -17 million
Inflammation occurs anytime you get an infection, injury, or diseases. You have inflammation when you have pain, swelling, or a fever. Inflammation manifests itself in the form of many diseases such as arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, cystitis, and hepatitis. Research has shown that inflammation is associated with every disease from heart disease to diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease to cancer.
CAUSES OF INFLAMMATION
Macrophage cells are a major source of inflammatory activity. They produce several compounds that induce inflammatory responses. One of these compounds is IL-1β. When macrophages are stimulated to an inflammatory state, they produce 6.7 times more IL-1β, causing more inflammation and more pain.
MACROPHAGE CELL STUDY OBJECTIVES
Trinity Bioactives conducted a study to see how much Kyäni Sunset™ reduces inflammation. Two diluted amounts of Kyäni Sunset™ were used for the study (5 percent and 10 percent of the actual concentration of Kyäni Sunset™). The study compared Kyäni Sunset™ with Cloroquine, a drug that is known to inhibit the production of chemicals that cause inflammation. Chloroquine has been shown to inhibit the production of IL-1β by inflamed macrophages.
FIGURE #1 RESULTS
The results showed that Kyäni Sunset™ reduces inflammation by over 90 percent!
The production of IL-1β was prevented. Kyäni Sunset™ was highly effective, even at the diluted concentrations of 5 percent and 10 percent. In fact, Kyäni Sunset™ was just as effective as Chloroquine at inhibiting inflammation!
Experience More: More Health, More Wealth, and More Life with Kyäni Sunset™.
Trinity Bioactivies Ltd. conducted the scientific study on Kyäni Sunset™. Trinity Bioactives is an independent research organization based in New Zealand. This prestigious lab has more than 170 essays, models, and tests for assessing biological activities, safety/toxicity, and bio-availability. The Senior staff at Trinity Bioactives has more than 40 years of research experience and knowledge. They specialize in researching natural products, nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals, medicinal foods, and functional foods.
DR. PAUL F. DAVIS
Dr. Paul F. Davis was the primary researcher during the Kyäni Sunset™ study. He is the Chief Executive, Director of Research, and Founder of Trinity Bioactives. Dr. Davis has continuously undertaken biological/biomedical research at research institutes, universities, and commercial organizations for over 43 years. He has served as Senior Research Fellow and Director of the Bioactivity Investigation Group (BIG) at the University of Otago, New Zealand, Director of Research Unit at the Malaghan Institute of Medical Research, and Fulbright Research Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Davis has published 66 peer-reviewed research papers and he was named inventor on 13 patents.
Needless to say, Kyäni takes science seriously! We selected the most prestigious laboratories and researchers in the world to prove that Kyäni Sunset™ will help you and your family Experience More.
Tocotrienols (bixa orellana) are part of the Vitamin E family. Tocotrienols were originally discovered by Pennock and Whittle in 1964. In the early 1980s, Tocotrienols were shown to lower cholesterol. Shortly thereafter, during the 1990s, Tocotrienols started being investigated for their anti-carcinogenic properties. Since then, Tocotrienols have been studied extensively in numerous clinical trials and are proven to reduce blood cholesterol levels by 5–35 percent.
TOCOPHEROLS AND TOCOTRIENOLS: THE VITAMIN E FAMILY
STUDIES ON TOCOTRIENOLS
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TOCOTRIENOLS AND HEART HEALTH
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TOCOTRIENOLS AND RADIATION
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