Kyani Sunset provides the best powerhouse of the body’s lipid-soluble protectants, namely the the purest form of the new generation of vitamin E – the tocotrienol, omega 3 (an important fatty acid essential for brain development, anti-inflammation and nerve function), asthaxanthin (a potent lipid-soluble antioxidant), vitamin A and vitamin D.
If this is your first time to encounter Kyani Sunset, for sure you are wondering about the direction on how to take it.
Most doctors who are familiar with Kyani Sunset recommend their “healthy” patients – those patients who do not experience any pains or any health problems – to take 3 capsules of Kyani Sunset before bedtime. You see, Kyani Sunset can make you sleep better at night (and this is the reasons why patients with insomia can greatly benefit from it).
However, for people experiencing aches and pains, such as muscle pains and arthritis, and those who have benign tumors, the best recommendations is to take 3 capsules after lunch and another 3 capsules at bedtime. Once the swelling subsides, you can simply reduce the dosage of Kyani Sunset to 3 capsules before bedtime. The reason for this is Kyani Sunset has a dose-dependent anti-inflammatory effect and increasing its dose also increases its effectiveness in reducing the swelling and inflammation.
Patients who have type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular problems and those who suffered from stroke also greatly benefit from this twice-a-day Kyani Sunset regimen.
Here are some tips to make Kyani Sunset much more effective:
Take Kyani Sunset after a meal. Kyani Sunset is a lipid-rich supplement and taking it right after a lipid containing meal improves its absorption in the gastrointestinal tract.
Taking 10 drops of Kyani Nitro FX is highly recommended. Kyani Nitro FX helps improve blood flow and delivery of nutrients to the tissues of the body. Therefore, taking it right before Kyani Sunset improves Kyani Sunsets’ better delivery to the different cells of the body.
Avoid eating Omega-6 loaded foods, such as meat. You see, some forms of Omega 6 fatty acids, especially those found in meat, promotes inflammation (which is in contrast to Omega 3’s action – that is, to induce anti-inflammation). So, if you really want to make your Kyani Sunset work for you, let its Omega 3 work better by avoiding foods rich in Omega 6.