"Adult organism requires 8-12 mg or more of hydro-Carotene/day."

"Hydro-Carotene protects the DNA and cell membranes against oxidative damage."

"Oxidative damage can lead to cancer and other degenerative diseases."

"BIOtiquín red carotene is a source of soluble."

"Antioxidants protect cells from tissue damage caused by oxidation."

"The carotene is an antioxidant and its water-soluble form in BIOtiquín facilitates rapid intestinal absorption."

"A suitable antioxidant healthy diet and regular physical activity promotes improved quality of life."

Regular BIOtiquin 125 ml
Red Carotene 100 mg-Mx hydro-soluble
$30.00 USD/Bottle

Provides 12 mg of hydro-soluble carotene daily with 3 doses of 5 ml.

Special BIOtiquin 125 ml
Red Carotene 425 mg-Mx hydro-soluble
$130.00 USD/Bottle

Provides 102 mg of hydro-soluble carotene daily with 3 doses of 10 ml.

Special BIOtiquin 25 ml
Red Carotene 85 mg-Mx hydro-soluble
$33.00/Bottle

Provides hydro-soluble Carotene 5.1 mg daily with 3 doses of 10 drops

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What is the Carotene?
By:. J. A. Garcia and Manuel Garcia Urbina Urbina,Revision date, March 17, 2013


The carotene (C40H56; C40H56O2) is a pigment that varies from yellow, orange, red, and dark red almost black, depending on their concentration. Carotene is carbohydrate lipo-soluble (in nature) or hidro-soluble (in BIOtiquín) administered dose as nutrient antirust that benefit the body by protecting cellular components (Lipids, Proteins and DNA) against oxidative damage endogenously generated through normal metabolic activity, lifestyle and diet.

Figure 1. 100% carotene hydro-soluble of rapid dispersion in water and absorption in tissues: enhanced antioxidant

In several plants the nutrient carotene is fat-soluble and sparse, slow absorption of glandular tissue, which is essential to activate. Carotene is not water soluble in lipids retained, is quickly absorbed into body tissues, benefit essential feature for the body for its efficacy in their use.

Dissolve the dose in a glass of water, milk or fruit juices (no dyes or chemical preservatives) at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Foods nutritional benefit contribution.

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27. Andrew R. Collins. Effects of carotenoids on AND damage and repair: relevance to human disease. 16th International Symposium on Carotenoid (Toward a Brighter Side of Life) 17-22 July 2011, Krakow, Poland.Vol 53. p. 17.
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37. Anderson Junger Teodoro, Felipe Leite Oliveira, Nathalia Balthazar Martins, Guilherme de Azevedo Maia, Renata Brum Martucci and Radovan Borojevic. Effect of lycopene on cell viability and cell cycle progression in human cancer cell lines. Cancer Cell International 2012, 12:36.
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38. Chun Liu, Fuzhi Lian, Donald E. Smith, Robert M Russell, and Xiang-Dong Wang. Licopene Supplementation Inhibits Lung Squamous Metaplasia and Induces Apoptosis via Up-Regulating Insulin-like Growth Factor-binding Protein 3 in Cigarette Smoke-exposed Ferrets. Cancer Res 2003;63:3138-3144.
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39. Donald W. Nicholson, Ambereen Ali, Michael W Klemba, Neil A. Munday, Robert J. Zamboni, and Anthony W. Ford-Hutchinson. Human Leukotriene C4 Synthase Expression in Dimethyl Sulfoxide-differeniated U937 Cells. The Journal of Biological Chemestry. Vol 267, 25, Issue of September 5, pp. 17849-17857, 1992. Printed in USA. p. 17856.
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40. Theresa M. McDevitt, Ruy Tchao, Earl H. Harrison, and Diane W. Morel. Carotenoids Normally Present in Serum Inhibit Proliferation and Induce Differentiation of a Human Monocyte/Macrophage Cell Line (U937)., 2005. J. Nutr. 135: 160 –164. p. 163.
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41. Araujo C. Marilia, Fernanda S. Soares, Merieli M. Ronsani, Luiz G. C. Rocha, Lilian C. Vieira, Luciano A. Silva, Tales de Carvalho, Magnus Benetti, Ricardo A. Pinho. Lycopene Supplementation Attenuates Oxidative Stress Parameters in the Plasma of Humans with Cad after Intense Exercise. Food and Nutrition Sciences, 2011, 2, 241-248.


42. Nermin N. El-Nashar and Soha Hashin Abduljawad. Impact of effect of lycopene and tomato-based products network on cardio-protective biomarkers in vivo. Functional Foods in Health and Disease 2012. 2(5):151-165. p.162.
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43. Maxim E. Darvin, Wolfram Sterry, Juergen Lademann and Theognosia Vergou. The Role of Carotenoids in Human Skin. Molecules 2011, 16, 10491-10506; doi:10.3390/ molecules161210491.
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51. Ang Liu, Natasa Pajkovic, Yan Pang, Dongwei Zhu, Barbara Calamini, Andrew L. Mesecar and Richard B. van Breemen. Absorption and subcellular localization of lycopene in human prostate cancer cells. Mol Cancer Ther 2006;5:2879-2885. Published online November 22, 2006.
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52. James D. Jhonson. Lutein and Zeaxanthn An Introduction to the Chemestry of Dietary Carotenoids. 2007. Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, USA.
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53. Andrew R. Collins. Effects of carotenoids on DNA damage and repair: relevance to human disease. Acta Biológica Cracoviensia. 16th International Symposium on Carotenoid (Toward a Brighter Side of Life) 17-22 July 2011, Krakow, Poland.Vol 53. p. 17.
http://www.ib.uj.edu.pl/abc/pdf/suppl53_1/sup_53_s1.pdf


54. Anouk Kaulmann, Tommaso Serchi, Jenny Renaut, Sebastien Planchon, Lucien Hoffmann, Torsten Bohn. Carotenoid exposure of inflammational stimulated Caco-2 intestinal epithelium cells impact on biomarkers of inflammation and the proteome. 16th International Symposium on Carotenoid (Toward a Brighter Side of Life) 17-22 July 2011, Krakow, Poland.Vol 53. p. 22.
http://www.ib.uj.edu.pl/abc/pdf/suppl53_1/sup_53_s1.pdf


55. Wilhelm Stahl. Carotenoids – mechanisms of photoprotection in the skin. 16th International Symposium on Carotenoid (Toward a Brighter Side of Life) 17-22 July 2011, Krakow, Poland.Vol 53. p. 12.
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56. Esther Paran, Yehiel Engelhard. Effect of tomato’s lycopene on blood pressure, serum lipoproteins, plasma homocysteine and oxidative stress markers in grade I hypertensive patients. Ajh-April 2001-Vol. 14, NO. 4, PART 2.
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57. Botham and Elena Bravo Mariarosaria Napolitano, Clara De Pascale, Caroline Wheeler-Jones, Kathleen M., Effects of lycopene on the induction of foam cell formation by modified LDL. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 293:E1820-E1827, 2007. First published 2 October 2007:doi: 10.1152/ajpendo.00315.2007. p.E1826.
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58. Theresa M. McDevitt, Ruy Tchao, Earl H. Harrison, and Diane W. Morel. Carotenoids Normally Present in Serum Inhibit Proliferation and Induce Differentiation of a Human Monocyte/Macrophage Cell Line (U937). American Society for Nutritional Sciences. 2004.
http://naldc.nal.usda.gov/download/1955/PDF


59. Angel García, Alfonso Serrano, Eduardo Abril, Pilar Jimenez, Luis Miguel Real, Julia Cantón, Federico Garrido, and Francisco Ruiz-Cabello. Differential effect on U937 cell differentiation by targeting transcriptional factors implicated in tissue- or stage-specific induced integrin expression. Experimental Hematology 27 (1999) 353–364
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60. Orly Livny, Ilana Kaplan, Ram Reifen, Sylvie Polak-Charcon, Zecharia Madar and Betty Schwarz. Lycopene Inhibits Proliferation and Enhances Gap-Junction Communication of KB-1 Human Oral Tumor Cells. 0022-3166/02 American Society Nutritional Sciences. The Journal of Nutrition. 2002.
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61. Amarjeet Kaur, Jatendar Dhari, Om Prakash Sharma, Dr. G.D. Gupta, Vandna Kharb. Lycopene. International Journal Of Pharmacy&Technology. Dec-2011/ Vol. 3/ Issue No.4/ 1605-1622. p. 1611.
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62. Jonh W. Erdman, Jr. Are non-vitamin A active carotenoid cleavage products metabolically active?. 16th International Symposium on Carotenoid (Toward a Brighter Side of Life) 17-22 July 2011, Krakow, Poland.Vol 53. p. 11.
http://www.ib.uj.edu.pl/abc/pdf/suppl53_1/sup_53_s1.pdf

What good is BIOtiquín?

Maintaining an improved quality of life.


How does it work?

Being BIOtiquín red carotene source of water-soluble nutrient, the feature (water soluble) makes rapid intestinal absorption, and facilitates distribution to all organs of the body where it is essential.


Cancer Cure?

Carotene is studied by major research institutions in the world. You can read varied literature in favor or neutral in the sense of your question, but it is common to attribute antioxidant, which must be taken into account when assessing their effects, and the effects that each person displays that say something about your question in other words, are the testimonies that speak.


I'm taking pills (for diabetes) I can also take BIOtiquín?

Anyone can take it, whether you are healthy or sick, and if pharmacological treatment, will your doctor who indicated adequate. Remember: BIOtiquín not a medicine.


For how long is a treatment?

It is not a treatment for any disease or method. It is a nutrient, that being on the diet, balanced diet, diet may be at the time that each person determines, according valued benefits.


What I can take if I am healthy?

A healthy adult organism may need between 5 mg to 8 mg of carotene per day. It is possible that only one dose a day is sufficient to maintain more balanced food.


How do I know which serves BIOtiquín?

BIOtiquín taking adjusted according to changing BIOtiquín results special.

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Lipo-soluble


Carotene accumulates all variants in various plant tissues, such as pigments distributed in nature in all-trans form lipo-soluble, hydro-phobic slow absorption into the tissues of the body, all-trans is about 90% of the sources dietary carotene the amount of fat-soluble absorbed (mg) is not different between doses, suggesting a possible mechanism of saturated absorption, selectivity in intestinal absorption and metabolic fates of different carotenoids, or only in form-lipo soluble. The twist changes the sequencer all-trans> 5-cis> 7-cis have different stability. 5-cis isomer is more stable than natural plant trans found.