Natural product with multiple benefits
MultiCap is a natural health supplement that has multiple health benefits.
MultiCap is a formulation which is used as a remedy for a number of ailments. It helps alleviate conditions of heart, menopause, diabetes (type 1 & 2) and helps lower cholesterol. It also provides a number of nutrients like proteins, fiber and minerals which are needed by the body to function efficiently and remain healthy.
Ingredients in MultiCap
- Sprouted Trigonella foenum-graecum (Methre Seeds): Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) was used to treat a variety of ailments in ancient times, everything from breathing problems to low libido. Traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine recommends fenugreek to treat arthritis and bronchitis, induce labor, improve digestion, and maintain a healthy metabolism. Fenugreek also has a long history of use for treatment of reproductive disorders in women. It helps lower blood glucose levels, and may be an effective treatment for both type 1 and 2 diabetes. Fenugreek is also known for its cardiovascular benefits. It helps lower cholesterol. Fenugreek seeds contain diosgenin, a phytoestrogen compound that seems to mimic the effects of the hormone estrogen. Fenugreek has been used for many years as a form of natural hormone replacement therapy for menopausal women. The diosgenin in fenugreek is thought to help increase libido lessening the effects of hot flashes and hormone-induced mood fluctuations.
- Sprouted Glycine max (Bhat): Soybeans are a nutritional powerhouse providing many essential nutrients that the body needs daily, such as protein, fibre, and minerals. The quantity of protein in Soya is much greater than in any other food. 35% to 38% of the calories in Soybean come from protein. Soya protein is of the highest quality, equal to that of meat and milk products. Soya helps reduce the risk of heart disease. Soya and Soya foods are not only low in saturated fat and free of cholesterol, but contain proteins which have been shown to directly lower blood cholesterol, potentially reducing the risk of heart disease. Soya is rich in a group of phytochemical compounds called isoflavones which may work to reduce the risk of heart disease. High blood cholesterol levels are a primary contributor to heart disease. Even small amount of soya can lead to significant reduction in the level of cholesterol. Soy protein inhibits cholesterol oxidation. Oxidized cholesterol is cholesterol that has undergone structural changes because of exposure to oxygen. Only oxidized cholesterol can damage arteries. Soybeans help prevent and treat osteoporosis, a disease that weakens bones and often results in bone fractures. The calcium in soy is easily absorbed by the body. Isoflavones, found in soy protein, may also play an important role in protecting bones. Soluble fiber, found in soy, helps to regulate glucose levels too. Soya may reduce menopause symptoms. Many physiological changes during menopause are related to decreased estrogen production. These include difficulty in regulating body temperature, which can result in “night sweats” and “hot flashes.” Consuming natural isoflavones, which are found in soybeans, may reduce the frequency and intensity of hot flashes in menopausal women. Isoflavones have been shown to function similarly to estrogen-replacement therapy, which is used by many women to ease menopause symptoms.