Hapenz is a comprehensive tonic which contains exclusive ingredients which are work together synergistically and possess appetite stimulant, carminative, stomachic, cholagogic, digestive, hepatoprotective, anti-spasmodic, cognitive & intellectual enhancing, immunomodulator and antioxidant effects.
In Enhancing memory: Hapenz has an ingredient Bacopa monnieri and it increases protein kinase activity and protein synthesis in the brain cells there by Hapenz also enhances cognitive and intellectual abilities.
In Boosting immunity: Hapenz posses an ingredient Withania somnifera as a general tonic and having immunomodulator effects and it stimulate lymphocytes, increases WBC, RBC, and Platelet count., thereby Hapenz also improves immunity and overall health.
What is Appetite?
Appetite is a natural desire or need for food. Eating is a very intense experience for a human being. The urge to eat and appetite is a natural phenomenon, which signals the need of the body for nutrients. The body must have a regular supply of food to that offers energy and all the required nutrients. Healthy appetite particularly in children is considered a sign of good health and that is the reason why parents insist on their children eating more. When children with poor appetite do not eat nutritious diet, they tend to lose weight, become weak and fall sick frequently. Their performance in the school is also greatly affected.
Common Causes For Loss Of Appetite
- Specific causes
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Primary complex in children
- Chronic Giardiasis in Children
- Chronic intestinal amoebiasis / worm infestation
- Iatrogenic (Drug induced) conditions
In all the above clinical conditions, the appetite is decreased or lost, either because of the disease process itself or because of the usage of the drugs that are specific for the disease.
Non – Specific Cause
In today’s modern world both adults and children are subjected to stress and strain. This Buy Tramadol very often leads to loss of Appetite. In such case no pathological cause can be detected. Such cases are referred to as Non-specific causes and this probably is the most common cause of loss of Appetite.
Consequences of Loss Of Appetite
Infancy and childhood are periods of rapid growth. While during physical growth changes are also occur in the composition of the body. Besides physical development, functional, intellectual and social developments of different organs are also taking place. All these developments can take place only if the food rich in nutrition during early childhood is fed adequately.
Loss of Appetite and Inadequate intake of food may result in malnutrition and have deleterious effects on different systems of the body. Besides loss of weight, the person may quite often succumb to infections due to the lack of resistance. In children prolonged or frequent abnormalities may result in the impairment of growth.
In adults lack of food intake leads to deficiency states of the various nutritional factors. Over a period of time practically all organ functions are affected. The person looses weight and become prone to infections due to poor immune competence.
In the treatment of loss of appetite the product options should provide not only appetite stimulation effect but also help with additional benefits which will make the child an overall performer.
Therefore the product should not only stimulate appetite but also provide the following benefits:
1. Increase food intake
2. Improve assimilation
3. Promote weight gain
In children and adolescent group what is required goes beyond the above benefits provided. There is a need to make them excel.
Therefore the product should help in:
1. Enhancing the cognition and intellectual abilities
2. Boosting immunity and overall health
What does Hapenz contains?
|Nutritrional information||Each 10ml serves|
|Alpinia galangal||40 mg|
|Foeniculum vulgare||30 mg|
|Emblica officinalis||50 mg|
|Bacopa monnieri||50 mg|
|Withania somnifera||50 mg|
*Trikatu is a combination of equal amounts of three herbs such as Zingiber officinale, Piper nigrum and Piper longum.
Restoring or stimulating appetite
Children: (Age Group 3-12) one teaspoonful (5ml) three times a day before meals
Adolescent: (Age Group 12-18) One to two teaspoonful (5-10ml) three times a day before meals
Adults: Two teaspoonfuls (10ml) three times a day before meal