Formulated by Mannatech researchers and based on the latest science, Ambrotose AO capsules:
- Offer antioxidant protection that’s 200% greater than the protection provided by five additional servings of fruits and vegetables†
- Provide immune support
- Help protect your body from the harmful effects of oxidative stress, poor diet and environmental factors
†Comparison of serum ORAC values obtained in two separate clinical studies funded by Mannatech.
I’m allergic to aloe vera. Can I use products that contain Ambrotose complex?
Ambrotose AO capsules contain aloe vera gel powder. Individuals with allergies or sensitivities to any ingredients in our products should always consult their personal physician before use.
What are Glyconutrients?
Simply put, they are specialised ingredients derived from plants and aloe that provide targeted nourishment for your cells. There are trillions of cells in your body that talk to each other, but environmental toxins, age and bad eating habits can make it harder for them to communicate. This can lead to suboptimal health, which is why Mannatech, the innovator and pioneer of Glyconutrients, continues to cultivate this incredible technology so your body can do amazing things.
I’m allergic to many fruits and/or vegetables. Can I take Ambrotose AO capsules?
Our Ambrotose AO capsules contain broccoli, Brussels sprout, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, garlic, kale, onion, tomato, turnip, papaya and pineapple. If someone has a sensitivity to any of these ingredients, they should be cautioned about the use of this product. Individuals with allergies or sensitivities to any ingredients in our products should always consult their personal physician before use.
Why are antioxidants important?
Antioxidant-rich nutrients help protect your cells against the harmful effects of toxins, environmental stress, poor diet and oxidative stress. Antioxidants also act as free radical scavengers.
What are free radicals?
Free radicals are reactive molecules that can enter your body and harm your cells. Toxins such as pollution, stress and even a poor diet can contribute to the creation of free radicals, which can lead to an acceleration of the ageing process. However, antioxidants reduce free radicals by contributing electrons to help maintain molecular stability.