Mangosteen + Selenium 1000ml


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Mangosteen Selénio Lister + is rich in vitamins, minerals and micro-nutrients that increase immune defenses, normalize high blood pressure and help to reduce heart and respiratory problems. With selenium that helps to normalize the functioning of the immune system and protect cells against undesirable oxidation.


Mangosteen Selenium Lister +



antioxidant action

Detoxifying action

Strengthens the immune system

Improves memory

Helps in the prevention of cancer

Combats physical and mental fatigue

Controls sugar, cholesterol and triglyceride levels



Mangosteen is used to help treat cystitis, diarrhea, poor digestion, eczema, fever, gonorrhea, irregular menstrual flow and worms. In addition, it can be used for weight loss.


The properties of mangosteen include its digestive, antipyretic, laxative, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antifungal, antibiotic and vermifuge action.


Antioxidant properties:

The antioxidant properties from the mangosteen bark (rich in xanthomas) help to decrease free radicals and prevent premature aging. Mangosteen is a good fruit for the heart as it is useful in reducing the risk of stroke or myocardial infarction. Some studies also point to a reduce risk of cancer caused by xanthomas that help inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

Strengthening the immune system:

Mangosteen is rich in vitamins, minerals and xanthomas that help to improve the immune system, prevent diseases and combat tiredness and fatigue.

Controls the levels:

This supplement will help you normalize and control your blood pressure, cholesterol, triglyceride, diabetes and anemia levels.


Each vitamin and mineral present in this supplement has a function for the immune system by itself, so Mangosteen Selenium Lister + can put in a 40ml cup numerous benefits for your body. This supplement has 100% of the Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) of vitamins and minerals present.

Mangosteen Selénio Lister + is a 100% natural food supplement of high quality that has notorious positive results for humans in a short period of time, and has helped thousands of people with numerous health problems over the years.


The mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is a reddish-brown tropical fruit from the rainforests of Southwest Asia also known as the “queen of fruits” for being one of the most antioxidant-rich foods and for its enormous capacity to absorb free radicals (30 times greater than most fruits and vegetables).

It has three main parts: the hard skin, the edible pulp (mild fragrance and sweet flavor) and the seeds (bitter and inedible). The round fruit, with thick purple skin and slightly sweet flavor, is rich in vitamins A, B12, C and E, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, sodium and zinc. This fruit, unknown until recently, is now highly sought after to combat low immunity and contribute to the maintenance of health.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is essential for the formation of collagen, which is essential for the normal functioning of blood vessels, bones, cartilage, gums, skin and teeth.

It plays an important role in eliminating free radicals and increasing energy levels. By increasing the absorption of iron in food, it contributes to the prevention of low hemoglobin levels. Iron levels in our body are crucial for energy levels. More iron absorption means more energy, less tiredness and less fatigue.

Vitamin C intake is not directly related to fighting anemia, but increasing the body’s absorption of iron helps, as most cases of anemia are caused by iron deficiency.

When we talk about vitamin C, we cannot forget its importance for the functioning of the nervous system. With its antioxidant action, it prevents brain damage and aging by eliminating free radicals naturally produced by cellular metabolism and the neuronal energy consumption system. Vitamin C can also be an important ally in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases, since it is the production of free radicals that causes neuronal degeneration.


Quercetin is one of the most abundant flavonoids (compounds with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action) responsible for the medicinal activity of the plants in which it is present. This flavonoid can be found in apples, onions, tea, cabbage and other foods. Its beneficial properties are multiple, highlighting its action in the relief of asthma, in the prevention of cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Because it’s a super efficient flavonoid it fights the oxidizing action of free radicals, protecting cells against premature aging. Other benefits are anti-diabetic action, sleep control, anti-aging and also in relation to menstruation, it reduces cramps and spasms.

Alpha lipoic acid

Alpha-lipoic acid is a powerful antioxidant that can be ingested in part through food and a certain amount can be synthesized by the body itself. It protects pancreatic cells and is able to stimulate glucose uptake in muscle, improving insulin sensitivity and helping to control blood glucose levels. Low levels of lipoic acid are usually seen in conditions such as diabetes, cirrhosis or atherosclerosis and in the elderly.

The main benefits are glucose control, improved cardiovascular function and neuroprotective properties. This antioxidant can be found in spinach, tomatoes, broccoli or peas as well as in red meat, even though the amounts present in these foods are too low, so it is advisable to consume them through food supplements.


Zinc is a mineral nutrient that is distributed throughout the body with an important role in metabolic function and the immune system. It is not a mineral stored by our body, so its daily consumption is essential. Zinc-source foods include cooked beans, milk and milk products, almonds, peanuts and cashews, red meat and poultry.

The benefits of zinc are numerous: contributes to normal acid-base metabolism, normal carbohydrate metabolism, normal cognitive function, normal DNA synthesis, normal fertility and reproduction, macronutrient metabolism, fatty acid metabolism, vitamin A metabolism, normal protein synthesis , maintenance of normal bones, hair, nails and skin, maintenance of normal blood testosterone levels, maintenance of normal vision, normal functioning of the immune system, protection of cells against undesirable oxidations and contributes to the process of cell division. Zinc deficiency can cause loss of appetite, weight loss, diarrhea and reduced immune function.


Beta-carotene is a substance responsible for the pigmentation of many fruits and vegetables, also known as carotenoid. When ingested, this nutrient can be converted into vitamin A or function as an antioxidant to help protect cells from the damaging effects of free radicals. 50% of the vitamin A present in our body comes from the intake of beta-carotene, which is why it is called “provitamin A”, i.e., it is a precursor of vitamin A production in the body.

In addition to the color it brings to some foods, it is also very important for the health of our body, especially the skin, as it is an antioxidant and precursor of vitamin A, which helps to preserve collagen, increasing skin elasticity. Its consumption also brings benefits to bones, vision and immunity of our organism.

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 is a substance that is present in all the cells of our body, helping in the production of energy. It has the effect of capturing the free radicals generated by our organism that are responsible for the aging processes. In addition to being produced by the body, it can also be found in foods such as avocados, peanuts, spinach, oranges and many others.

Its main benefits are the control of cholesterol, the reduction of free radicals, its antioxidant action and an improvement in the symptoms of depression in people with bipolar disorder. Coenzyme Q10 is a great supplement for those suffering from cardiovascular problems, as it is present in the movement of muscle contraction and relaxation.


Thiamine, better known as vitamin B1, is one of the water-soluble vitamins of the B complex. Its daily intake is recommended to maintain a balanced diet since our body stores only small amounts of this vitamin.

Thiamine plays an important role in energy metabolism, growth, development and cell function. Contributes to normal energy-producing metabolism, normal functioning of the nervous system, normal psychological functioning and normal heart function. It also has a slight diuretic effect.

Pork, ham, oatmeal and eggs are some of the foods in which you can find this vitamin. Signs of vitamin B1 deficiency are lack of appetite, constipation, muscle weakness in the lower extremities, depression and forgetfulness.

Folic acid

Folic acid, often referred to as vitamin B9, is involved in various functions in our body, mainly in the formation of DNA and the genetic content of cells.

Folic acid has very important benefits for our body such as maintaining brain health, preventing anemia, cardiovascular diseases and some types of cancer. This vitamin is very important for maintaining the health of the brain, the vascular system and the immune system.


Selenium is a micronutrient with several functions in the body and is one of the 26 essential elements for the development of living organisms. The concentration of selenium in the body is influenced by the environment and food. Skeletal muscle is the main storage site for this micronutrient and accounts for about 28-46% of the selenium in the body, and it can also be found in the liver, kidneys and heart.

This micronutrient contributes to normal spermatogenesis, maintenance of hair and nails, normal functioning of the immune system, normal thyroid function and protection of cells against undesirable oxidation.


Chromium is a mineral obtained from food that is essential for the functioning of our body. The functions of chromium are closely linked to the functions of insulin, but it is important to note that chromium does not replace insulin or stimulate the body to produce larger quantities, it only enhances its action making it act more effectively. Contributes to the normal metabolism of macronutrients and to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels.

Chromium can be consumed through meat and animal fat, fish, coffee, tea and brown sugar.


What for?

Mangosteen Selenium Lister + is recommended to prevent premature aging, balance iron levels, protect gastric mucosa, control sugar, cholesterol and triglyceride levels, balance the nervous system and improve the quality of skin, hair, nails and joints. The antioxidants present in mangosteen juice also help in combating the appearance of cancer cells.

For whom?

This food supplement is ideal for you who feel the need to protect your body against external aggressions and improve your health. Start today to take Mangosteen Selenium Lister +, a 100% natural product that will enhance your well-being and bring back happiness.


Ingredients 1,000 ml.
Mangosteen 1,000 mg.
Vitamin C 80 mg.
Quercetin 50 mg.
Alpha-lipoic acid 20 mg.
Zinc 10 mg.
Beta-carotene 5 mg.
Coenzyme Q10 2.5 mg.
Thiamine 1.1 mg.
Folic acid 200 μg
Selenium 110 μg
Chrome 40 μg



Mangosteen; Vitamin C; Quercetin; Alpha-Lipoic Acid; Zinc; Beta carotene; Coenzyme Q10; Thiamine (Vitamin B1); Folic Acid (Folate); Selenium; Chromium


Bottle with 1.000ml.


40ml. at breakfast, plain or diluted in a little water. Shake before use.

Weight 1 g


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