Hormony Drinks contains only one ingredient – 100% pure, organic Palmyra Blossom Nectar. Palmyra Blossom Nectar comes from Palmyra tree, and it has over 15 naturally occurring essential vitamins and minerals in bio-available form that human body recognises as food, and thus absorbs readily and efficiently unlike vitamin supplements. Palmyra Blossom Nectar is naturally alkalising, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal – if you would like to have some fun, put a teaspoon of Hormony Drinks powder in a glass of kombucha or IPA beer, and see how quickly it will get rid of the yeast in those drinks!. If you sprinkle Hormony Drinks powder over yoghurt it will instantly neutralise lactose acid present in yoghurt making it more gentle on your stomach lining – if you are feeding your baby formula, try adding a teaspoon of Hormony Drinks powder, and you’ll be able to see positive reaction from your baby the moment you feed it to them. What males Palmyra Blossom Nectar unique is that it has been shown to have an exceptionally high concentration of iminosugars – iminosugars are analogues of sugars in which the oxygen is replaced by a nitrogen atom. This substitution prevents normal metabolism resulting in inhibition of glycosidases and glycosyltransferases.
The iminosugars are a widespread group of plant and microbial compounds that are attracting interest as therapeutic agents due to their ability to interact with human glycosidases, other proteins and sugar receptors. They have many activities beneficial to health but due to difficulties with their identification and isolation most remain uninvestigated.
Carbohydrates are crucially important to the function of the human body and aberrations in sugar metabolism occur in most diseases; iminosugars can correct many of these faults. in their simplest form they resemble furanose and pyranose monosaccharides with a nitrogen replacing the oxygen in the ring.
The five ring structures fitting this classification that are most common in nature are: pyrrolidine, piperidine, pyrrolizidine, indolizidine and nor-tropane.
In the past, these compounds have been referred to by several names, including aza-sugars, glycosidase inhibitors and sugar analogues, and the variety and distribution of natural compounds have been reviewed. Their activities on glycosidases can be very potent and precise unlike many non-specific glycosidase inhibitors that will bind to many proteins and, therefore, be inactivated before reaching their target enzymes
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