Rapid Delivery for Huperzine A Factory in Luxembourg
[Latin Name]Huperzia serratum [Source] Huperziceae whole herb from China [Appearance]Brown to white [Ingredient]Huperzine A [Specification]Huperzine A 1% – 5%, HPLC [Solubility] Soluble in chloroform, methanol, ethanol, slightly soluble in water [Particle size] 80 Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤5.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Pesticide residue] EC396-2005, USP 34, EP 8.0, FDA [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in ...
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[Latin Name]Huperzia serratum
[Source] Huperziceae whole herb from China
[Appearance]Brown to white
[Specification]Huperzine A 1% – 5%, HPLC
[Solubility] Soluble in chloroform, methanol, ethanol, slightly soluble in water
[Particle size] 80 Mesh
[Loss on drying] ≤5.0%
[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM
[Pesticide residue] EC396-2005, USP 34, EP 8.0, FDA
[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.
[Shelf life] 24 Months
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
[What is Huperzine A]
Huperzia is a type of moss that grows in China. It is related to club mosses (the Lycopodiaceae family) and is known to some botanists as Lycopodium serratum . The whole prepared moss was used traditionally. Modern herbal preparations use only the isolated alkaloid known as huperzine A. Huperzine A is an alkaloid found in huperzia that has been reported to prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine, an important substance needed by the nervous system to transmit information from cell to cell. Animal research has suggested that huperzine A’s ability to preserve acetylcholine may be greater than that of some prescription drugs. Loss of acetylcholine function is a primary feature of several disorders of brain function, including Alzheimer’s disease . Huperzine A may also have a protective effect on brain tissue, further increasing its theoretical potential for helping reduce symptoms of some brain disorders.
[Function] Used in alternative medicine, huperzine A has been found to act as a cholinesterase inhibitor, a type of medicine used to prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine (a chemical essential to learning and memory).
Not only used as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, huperzine A is also said to enhance learning and memory and to protect against age-related cognitive decline.
In addition, huperzine A is sometimes used to boost energy, increase alertness, and aid in the treatment of myasthenia gravis (an autoimmune disorder that affects the muscles).
In this video we show you the Best fast food chicken nuggets Ranked! We know chickens have tenders, thighs, and breasts, but where do the boot-shaped nuggets come from?
Chicken nuggets from a fast food place might induce a bit of nostalgia; they seem so innocent and like part of your childhood. But these little guys are very complex—and we’re about to get real with you.
Fast food nuggets all start with chicken, one of our 29 Best-Ever Proteins for Weight Loss, but also contain several synthetic ingredients derived from sources far from any type of poultry. Instead, they come from a corn or soybean field (soybean oil, modified cornstarch and mono- and diglycerides), a petroleum refinery (artificial colors like Yellow #5 and Red #40) or a chemical plant (bleached wheat flour, oleoresin paprika, and carrageenan). These chemicals help make overly-processed foods like chicken nuggets possible because that’s what keeps the (very few) organic materials in the nuggets from going bad (or looking weird) after days spent traveling on the road or months in the freezer. More of a frozen chicken nugget person? Check out the sister article to this one, Every Frozen Chicken Nugget—Ranked!
BEST FAST FOOD CHICKEN NUGGETS RANKED!
Processed chicken nuggets are concentrated with sugars, carbohydrates, and fats—which our bodies respond to quickly because they offer the most energy (calories) per bite, and because they help relieve stress by bathing your brain in chemicals that make it feel good. Most of these menu items are pumped with chemicals that boost our cravings, too. Chicken McNuggets, along with many others, contain a substance called autolyzed yeast extract that works like monosodium glutamate (MSG). It’s primary purpose: to artificially enhance the taste and craveability of the food it’s used in. Bite-sized, fun-shaped nuggets may help to satisfy your grumbling stomach on a long car ride, but they’re not exactly high protein snacks.
In this video we want to help you understand what fast food restaurants are putting in your nuggets so next time you’ll know which chicken to peck, er, we mean pick. We examined the nutritionals and then ranked each nugget by calories, fat, and sodium per gram because the size of each order and the size of the chicken (nugget, strip or tender) varied greatly between restaurants.
We also considered how many and what kinds of ingredients were added to each nugget, knocking off points for having trans fats. (Unlike beef, chicken should be 100% trans-fat free.) Read on to discover which nugget you should be ordering on your fast food cheat day.
BEST FAST FOOD CHICKEN NUGGETS RANKED!
Our List fo the best chicken nuggets RANKED! The best Chicken Nuggets in the world
11. BURGER KING CHICKEN FRIES
10. CULVER’S CHICKEN TENDERS
9. Arby’s Prime-Cut Chicken Tenders
8. WENDY’S CHICKEN NUGGETS
7. SONIC SUPER CRUNCH CHICKEN STRIPS
6. MCDONALD’S CHICKEN MCNUGGETS
5. HARDEE’S HAND-BREADED CHICKEN TENDERS
4. CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-N-STRIPS
3. CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-N-STRIPS
2. KFC EXTRA CRISPY TENDERS
1A. CHICK-FIL-A GRILLED NUGGETS
1B. A&W HAND-BREADED CHICKEN TENDERS
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