- Has powerful antioxidant activity (at least 20 times more than vitamin E)
- Stimulates the immune system.
- Remarkably effective at fighting oxidative stress.
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Fermented Papaya Preparation (FPP) is a natural nutritional supplement with outstanding antioxidant and immuno-stimulant properties, supported by years of research and clinical use, now available to buy at Supersmart. Developed in 1969, FPP is derived from non-GMO Carica papayas grown organically in Hawaii, which undergo a natural, lengthy fermentation period, free of additives and preservatives, in a Japanese factory with ISO9002 quality control.
The remarkable properties of FPP have attracted the attention and support of a number of respected researchers worldwide. Among them are Professor Lester Packer of the University of California, Berkeley, and Professor Luc Montagnier (co-discoverer of the AIDS virus) who, at a conference on 26 October 2000 at the Maison de Japon in Paris, stated: “FPP is remarkably effective at fighting oxidative stress and at boosting the immune system”.
Buy FPP for antioxidant and immuno-stimulant benefits.
As well as supplementing with FPP, you may find these other nutritional supplements of interest too.
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