Perga - A powerful natural antioxidant!

What are antioxidants?

Antioxidant is a substance that helps prevent a type of harmful reaction in the body called oxidation. These reactions can cause free radicalswhich are particles that can harm the body. Free radicals  are produced during the normal functioning of our cells. But if there are too many, they can cause something called oxidative stress. This stress can damage our cells, their DNA and proteins.

Antioxidants help protect our body's cells from damage. They do this by neutralising other particles called free radicals. These free radicals can damage cells and tissues. Some antioxidants help  the body repair or prevent damage caused by free radicals.

Substances with antioxidant activity, such as vitamins A, C and E, and minerals such as selenium and zinc, help control and reduce free radicals.In a healthy body, there is a balance between free radicals and antioxidants. When this balance is disturbed, free radicals can become harmful.  

Antioxidants act as 'scavengers', neutralising free radicals by donating missing electrons or breaking them down, which prevents a chain reaction that can damage cell membranes, DNA and other essential cell components. It protects cells and tissues from oxidative stress, which is linked to many diseases, including heart disease, certain types of cancer and premature ageing.

Health problems that antioxidants can help alleviate:

  • Heart disease: antioxidants help reduce inflammation in blood vessels and protect against oxidation of LDL cholesterol, a risk factor for heart disease.
  • Some cancers: antioxidant intake can help reduce the risk of certain types of cancer by fighting cell damage that can lead to cancer cells.
  • Ageing process: antioxidants help fight free radicals associated with premature ageing of the skin.
  • Inflammatory conditions: antioxidants can help to reduce inflammation associated with a variety of conditions such as arthritis.
  • Eye diseases
  • Diabetes: antioxidants can help improve insulin sensitivity and reduce levels of chronic inflammation, which are important in preventing diabetes-related complications.
  • Respiratory diseases: antioxidants can help reduce the symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease  and asthma by protecting the airways from inflammation and oxidative stress.
  • Neurodegenerative diseases: antioxidant intake may help slow the progression of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, as these conditions are associated with oxidative stress.

What is perga?

Perga, also known as bee bread, is a natural product obtained by fermenting bee pollen by mixing it with bee saliva and flower nectar. The fermentation process is carried out in the hive's tip cells by lactic acid bacteria, resulting in a functional product with a particularly high nutritional value, known as suir.

6 important properties of perga as an antioxidant:

Natural approach

Perga capsules are specially formulated, the contents of the capsules have been pre-treated to make them more digestible, as taruvate and suira are not well absorbed by the body. The capsules are dosed with the right amount for convenient consumption.

Perga capsules

We've put together a range of perga capsules for your convenience.

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What to expect when taking perga capsules?

  • A stronger immune system and improved skin condition may occur after prolonged and consistent consumption.
  • An increase in energy levels and a general improvement in well-being can be noticed within a few weeks.
  • Oral capsules are a simple and convenient way to meet your daily antioxidant needs. 

Antioxidants  - the key to good health!

Also consult your doctor

It is important to note that you should consult your healthcare professionals before use, to ensure that it is suitable for your specific situation.


  • Allergic reactions: people allergic to pollen or bee products may experience allergic reactions.
  • Effects on hormonal balance: some studies suggest that certain compounds in bee products may affect hormonal activity, so people with hormone-sensitive diseases should be cautious.
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms: in some cases, people may experience mild gastrointestinal discomfort, such as bloating or indigestion,