RBC Leads Nanotechnology to NanoCeuticals™
RBC Life Sciences®, utilizing the incredible new nanotechnology, developed a new line of nutritional and skincare supplements called NanoCeuticals.™
NanoCeuticals™, with nanoscale ingredients, allow RBC to create products that:
- Scavenge more free radicals
- Stimulate the source of energy
- Increase hydration
- Balance the body’s pH
- Reduce lactic acid during exercise
- Reduce the surface tension of foods and supplements to increase wetness and absorption of nutrients
R&D; Scientists at RBC also developed NanoClustersTM, a nanosize powder that combines with nutritional supplements. When consumed, it reduces the surface tension of foods and supplements to increase wetness and absorption of nutrients.
Dr. Phelps developed a unique process to manufacture a new and more effective Microhydrin®. It consists of molecular cages, 1-5 nanometers in diameter, made from a silica-mineral hydride complex. On exposure to moisture it releases H- ions, and becomes an antioxidant dietary supplement. It has been shown in independent studies by scientists at major universities to be even more effective than the previous silica hydride in providing its many functions and benefits.
1. Scavenge Free Radicals: New Microhydrin scavenges even more of the dangerous free radicals--the reason you take antioxidants. In tests at the University of Colorado Health Science Center, new Microhydrin® was shown to provide 828% higher ORAC (scavenging of free radicals) than the previous silica hydride not manufactured by RBC.
2. Stimulates The Source Of Energy: NADH is the precursor of ATP, your source of energy. New Microhydrin was shown in an independent university study, to reduce NAD to NADH seven times stronger than the previous silica hydride not manufactured by RBC.
3. Increases Hydration: Microhydrin has been shown in a double-blind controlled clinical study to increase cellular and extra cellular hydration and total body water.
4. Reduces Lactic Acid During Exercise: New Microhydrin was shown in a university study to reduce the levels of lactic acid during strenuous exercise.
The RBC Team of Scientists has also created a liquid water treatment called HydraCelTM.
It further reduces surface tension of liquids, increases alkalinity, and converts chlorine in water to a non-toxic form to make a healthier drink.
All antioxidants scavenge free radicals. They should also provide electrons for energy. To accomplish these goals even more effectively, the R&D; team at RBC created, a broad spectrum of Microhydrin plus eight additional water-based and oil-based antioxidants. An independent laboratory conducted the most accepted antioxidant test, ORAC. Test results showed that the new formula of Microhydrin® Plus was 126 times more effective than the previous form of silica hydride not manufactured by RBC.