The Lungs are one of the most essential organs, supplying lifegiving Oxygen to every part of our body. Unhealthy lifestyle, pollution, allergies and infections affect the ability of the lungs to function at optimal levels. Reduced performance of the lungs results in a reduced functioning of the overall body.
The Lungs need to be clear and free from any obstructions in order to best absorb the Oxygen that we inhale. Further, the lungs need to be strong in order to inhale a larger volume of air/oxygen. The CO2 load needs to be reduced for people suffering from a Respiratory condition.
RespaPro addresses the key requirements of people ailing from Respiratory conditions by reducing the CO2 load using a high fat formulation which also provides additional energy. RespaPro helps to clear obstructions in the airways and strengthens the lungs as well.
HIGH FAT FORMULATION
- Major source of Energy (44% of total Energy) is from Easily Digestible Healthy Fats1
- Metabolization of Fats results in lower Carbon-Dioxide production1
- Promotes Weight gain for individuals weakened by Respiratory disorders2
- Ginger compounds have enhanced Broncho dilating effect6
- Has powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties7
- Has a detoxifying effect by eliminating air pollutants which can irritate the lungs7
- Dissolves Mucus (Mucolytic Property) and opens up respiratory passages3
- Strengthens Respiratory Muscles and a voids fatigue4
- Reduces oxidant burden in the airways of people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)5
Available in Vanilla Flavours
|Calories / 30g (one serving)||Calories / 100g|
|143 Kcal||475 Kcal|
- Helps gain weight during any respiratory related conditions
- Facilitates in strengthening the respiratory muscles
- Improves immunity and helps alleviate the inflammation in the lower tract of respiratory system
- RespaPro helps restore the vitamin and mineral levels due to COPD / Smoking habits to avoid secondary infections
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- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and malnutrition: why are we not winning this battle? * IVONE MARTINS FERREIRA1 (TE SBPT) – (J Pneumol 2003;29(2):107-15)
- Van Overveld FJ, Vermeire PA, De Backer WA Induced sputum of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) contains adhesion-promoting, therapy-sensitive factors . Inflamm Res. (2000)
- M B Reid, D S Stokic, S M Koch, F A Khawli, and A A Leis N-acetylcysteine inhibits muscle fatigue in humans. J Clin Invest. 1994 Dec; 94(6): 2468–2474.
- van Overveld FJ, et al New developments in the treatment of COPD: comparing the effects of inhaled corticosteroids and N-acetylcysteine . J Physiol Pharmacol. (2005)
- Ensminger AH, Esminger M. K. J. e. al. Food for Health: A Nutrition Encyclopedia. Clovis, California: Pegus Press; 1986. 1986
- Altman RD1, Marcussen KC.Effects of a ginger extract on knee pain in patients with osteoarthritis.. Arthritis Rheum. 2001 Nov;44(11):2531-8