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Tartaric Acid
Definition

What does Tartaric Acid do for the body

Tartaric Acid is a white crystalline form of an Organic Acid. The Antioxidant property of Tartaric Acid helps to protect the body cells from free radicals. It boosts the Immune System and stimulates the metabolism. Tartaric Acid supports proper digestion and fights Flatulence.

Benefits of Tartaric Acid

Tartaric Acid helps to improve intestinal absorption. This increases the rate of nutrients absorption into the bloodstream from foods. Tartaric Acid lowers the risk of Urinary Tract Infections and promotes the Gastrointestinal functions. It maintains the Cardiovascular and Oral health.

Functions of Tartaric Acid

Tartaric Acid protects against Heart Disease and Stomach ulcers. Tartaric Acid helps to lower the Cholesterol and Blood sugar level. The Anti aging effects of Tartaric Acid stimulates the collagen production in the dermal layer of the Skin. It restores the Skin elasticity and reduces Dark Spots.

Effects of Tartaric Acid deficiency in the body

Fatigue
Weakness

Effects of excess Tartaric Acid in the body

Overeating
Nausea
Digestive Disorder
Gastrointestinal Infections
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Tartaric Acid

Most Effective

Highly Effective

 
 
 
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