Vitamin A: Enhances nocturnal vision, supports immunologic functions, increases resistance to infections, and holds the integrity of skin and mucous membranes.
Vitamin E: Protects cells destruction caused by free radicals, diminishes heart and lung health, and supports the immune and endocrinal systems and sexual glands.
Vitamin C: Vital for bones, teeth, gums and nails health; aids in the absorption of iron, acts as an antioxidant, protects against heart diseases, helps prevent some types of cancer. Aids in liver detoxication processes and it is also an anti-infectious agent.
Vitamin B1: Helps on the normal functioning of the nervous system, it is necessary to generate energy through carbohydrates.
Vitamin B2: Helps on the production of hormones and the maintenance of skin, hair, nails and healthy membranes. It is vital for the nervous system functioning, eyes and suprarenal gland.
Vitamin B3: Works to convert food into energy and to form blood cells and hormones.
Vitamin B5: Also helps convert foods into energy, form the bile and several cells in the blood. Enhances skin and hair health, reinforces the nervous system and helps to form sexual hormones.
Vitamin B6: Strengthens both the body’s digestive and immune systems.
Biotin: Necessary to process proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.
Vitamin B12: Essential for the formation of red clots and regeneration of tissues. Prevents anemia and protects the liver.
Amino acids are part of the proteins; our body requires at least 8 amino acids to operate normally and create proteins. Lebasi contains 19 amino acids, including all of the essential ones which form the following proteins:
Beta–lactoglobulin: Attracts lipid soluble vitamins to be bio-available; fortifies the immune system and aids on the minerals to be fixed.
Alpha-lactalbumin: Eases the absorption of calcium and other minerals, it is used to reduce the damage of the muscular tissue. It contains high levels of Tryptophan (associated with the regulation of stress, sleep, mood and anxiety).
Serum albumin: Enhances the immune system and can contribute to reduce arterial pressure.
Immunoglobulins: Enhances and fortifies the immune system and increases the body’s protection against diseases.
Glycopeptides: Stimulates the body to produce the cholecystokinin hormone, which is associated with the satisfaction feeling after eating. Provides anti-bacterial activity and reduces toxins production from microorganisms.
Lactoferrin: Promotes good bacteria growth, such as Bifidus which regulates the absorption and bio-availability of iron, which has a regulating effect on the immune system.
Calcium: Essential for bones and teeth formation and it is part of the blood coagulation and muscular contraction.
Phosphorus: Found in the bones, and it helps to produce energy for the body, aids in genetic material, cell membranes and some enzymes formation.
Magnesium: Helps to form some proteins, it is part of the bones and enhances nervous impulses and muscular relaxation.
Potassium: Necessary to control arterial pressure and muscular contraction, it is a key to secrete insulin, forms proteins and carbs metabolism.
Zinc: Contributes to create proteins, participates in sexual maturity and immune functions. The lack of zinc can alter taste and smell.
Iron: Stops anemia helps to resist diseases and contributes on children growth.
Copper: Promotes fertility and takes care of the normal pigmentation of hair and skin.
Iodine: Necessary for the good performance of the thyroid, related to the reproduction and formation of proteins.
Selenium: Protects cells from free radicals, aids on the liver and heart functioning, and has an anti-inflammatory action that helps reduce the effects of arthritis. It is essential for the male reproductive system and can help women through menopause.
Nickel: Participates to distribute and operate correctly other nutrients like calcium, iron, zinc and vitamin B12.
They are organic molecules present in Lactoserum which provide energy and are beneficial for the gastrointestinal tract. They can be consumed safely by people with Diabetes because of its low capacity to raise glycaemia levels, and it is also low-calorie. Most of these nutrients go to the intestines and there, they promote a better processing of waste and a better absorption of nutrients and even the growth of beneficial bacteria such as Bifidus, which protect the organism from harmful substances and helps reduce cholesterol levels.