New milk drink just the tonic for patients | South China Morning Post
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New milk drink just the tonic for patients

PUBLISHED : Monday, 01 June, 2009, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 01 June, 2009, 12:00am
 

Vita Green has successfully launched its latest innovation, Forticur, which is a ground-breaking milk drink made from top-grade Yunzhi (mushroom) and a balanced dosage of nutrients.

This milk drink helps patients to fight against serious diseases and restores vitality.

Through receiving the right balance of nutrients every day, Forticur helps patients boost their immune system, allowing them to overcome the side effects of treatments and recover faster.

Patients are recommended to take the milk product before, during and after treatment as part of their breakfast, at tea-time or as a snack, with the dosage recommended by their doctors.

Forticur contains similar ingredients to Vita Green Yunzhi Essence, including pure extracts of premium-grade wild Yunzhi, which is rich in proteins, lipids, polysaccharides, peptiglucans, triterpenoids, lignin, amino acids and trace elements to help strengthen the body.

Professors and researchers have carried out clinical trials and have proved that wild Yunzhi can significantly reduce the growth of abnormal cells in the blood, lungs, breasts, liver and large intestine.

Pure extracts of wild Yunzhi can benefit the immune system of patients suffering from serious diseases by enhancing the production of spleen cell IL2 (Interleukin I and II), the transformation of T-lymphocytes and the scavenging ability of macrophages.

Other ingredients of Forticur include maltodextrin, flavours, vitamins C, E, A, B6, B1, B2, folic acid, D3 and B12.

Made with skimmed milk powder, imported from New Zealand, Forticur helps increase energy levels and body weight of patients undergoing chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery, and it also strengthens the immune system.

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