Questions & Answers
Why is pollunex™ the best way to protect you and your baby?
pollunex™ is an innovative product, designed specifically for maternity. Using an all-natural ingredients formulation, it enhances the human body's ability to adapt and protect itself from free radicals that can cause serious damage to proteins, as well as to some cell components, mainly the DNA. All ingredient dosages are formulated to comply with typical vitamin and nutritional needs of pregnant and lactating women.
Is there anything else that I can do against air pollution?
There are a number of physical measures one can take against air pollution, but they are either very costly and limited only to a given space i.e., air-purification systems, or affordable, but very limited in their efficacy against air pollution molecules i.e., face masks. Contrary to those, pollunex™ empowers the body's immune system to fend off foreign particles inhaled and prevent respiratory and cardiovascular inflammations that affect the normal functionality of multiple organs.
What is oxidative stress and what does it cause?
Oxidative stress is defined as a disturbance to the balance between the production of reactive oxygen species (free radicals) and antioxidant defenses.
Air pollution particles are known to facilitate inflammation and oxidative stress. As a result, multiple organs may be affected including, brain, liver, kidney, and even testicles, as well as the normal development of the fetus.
Is there a scientific background to pollunex™?
Certainly, pollunex™ product development was led by renowned Israeli scientists and industry experts, and based on a large body of evidence-based international research. The following is only a partial list of the relevant citations;
(Chatham et al., 1987; Grievink et al., 1998; Romieu et al., 1998; Samet et al., 2001; Trenga et al., 2001); (Possamai et al., 2010); (Sienra-Monge et al., 2004); (Romieu et al., 2005).
(Tong et al., 2012). (Lee et al., 2009); (Moreno and Mitjavila, 2003). (Xiao et al., 1997; Xiao et al., 1995). (Mozaffarian et al., 2008; O'Keefe et al., 2006);
(Nestle, 1998); (Heber et al., 2014); (Manicourt and Devogelaer, 2008), (Holick, 2011); (Abbenhardt et al., 2014; Fiorito et al., 2014), (Zhong et al., 2017), (Baccarelli et al., 2008);