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-Breaks Down Fat

-Boost Metabolism

-Detoxifies Liver Tissue

Methionine is an essential amino acid and an antioxidant. It is not found in the body and must be consumed through diet. As a lipotropic agent, it catalyzes the breakdown of fat, digests and destroys fat issues and uses it for fuel. The process of pulling fat from storage for fuel boosts metabolism.

-Enhances Nerve Conduction

-Gut-Nerve Function

-Breaks Down Fat

-Cleanses the Liver

Inositol is a type of sugar synthesized from glucose in small amounts. Aids in boosting concentration and focus, and reduces anxious and depressive symptoms in treatment of ADHD, autism, bipolar, dementia, and nerve pain. It works side by side with serotonin in the gut for nerve function. Works in conjunction with methionine and choline.

-Aids in Weight Loss

-Neuron Stimulator

-Enhances Metabolic Processes

Choline is an essential nutrient (must be consumed through diet) in the B-family, known as B4, and increases energy. It activates acetylcholine to regulate the nervous systems’ control of muscles, in turn enhancing metabolic processes. Choline keeps acetylcholine levels high during workouts to keep energy consistent. As a neuron stimulator, it is used to treat memory loss, dementia, some seizure disorders, and alcoholism. Choline also plays a role in weight loss, stimulating the body to break down deep tissue stores for use as energy.

-Muscle Mass Converter

-Decreases Mental and Physical Fatigue

-Increases Stamina

-Promotes Muscle Mass Growth

Carnitine is an amino acid composite drive from lysine and methionine, and has a glycogen sparing effect. This tells the body to turn fat into energy. Carnitine can improve exercise tolerance and can decrease LDL. It works with glutamine and Arginine to protect your muscles and Bone tissue. It prevents fat from storing in the body and induces fat metabolism

-Metabolic Anti-Aging Agent

-Prevents and Reverses Acne and Wrinkles

-Reverses Liver Damage

Glutathione is an antioxidant made of three amino acids-cysteine, glycine and glutamic. It's produced in the liver to filter out or detoxify harmful compounds and waste. As a natural detoxifier, and improve the health of the body cells to reverse aging, damaged tissues in the brain, and obesity. As we age, glutathione levels in the body start to decrease. Sufficient decreases in this antioxidant can speed up human aging. Glutathione aids in eliminating age spots,liver spots, brown spots, lentigines, crow's feet, and dark under eye circles. It works by protecting the skin against oxidative damage that can lead to wrinkles.

-Enhances Athletic Performance

-Regulation of Hormones

-Increase Immunity

-Maintains Thyroid Function

-Asthetic Benefits

Zinc is an element found naturally in the body. Occurring in the various organ systems, tissues, and Bones, zinc is necessary and maintaining immunity. Deficiencies can lead to weaken T cellsleaving your body prone to viruses and cancer. Deficiencies can also cause lowered libido in men and negatively affect fertility. For women, Zinc is needed for the development of eggs, the ovulation process, and hormone production. Specifically, testosterone and growth hormones formed from Zinc can help build strength in the ability to perform at peak efficiency and to maximize recovery.

-Decreases Blood Pressure

-Improves Mood

-Combats Stroke

-Enhances Immune System

-Aids in Prevention of Heart Disease

Known for helping treat the common cold, Vitamin C also has many other health benefits. Treatment with Vitamin C as effectively result in the proper dilation of blood vessels in cases of off the rose chlorosis congestive heart failure high cholesterol angina pectoris and high blood pressure. This powerful antioxidant is required to produce collagen and aids in repairing wounds by facilitating growth of connective tissue.

-Regulates Blood Pressure and Heart Rhythms

-Creates Cellular Energy

-Decrease GI Irritation

-Treats Migraine Frequency and Severity

-Magnesium is a mineral naturally found in the body. It helps Boost energy production in the body and promotes the activation of enzymes to create cellular energy. It mediates digestive processes and can reduce abdominal pain, constipation, cramps, flatulence, indigestion, and vomiting. Low magnesium levels are risk factor for osteoporosis and elevated inflammation markers. Inflammation, in turn, has been associated with major health conditions. Intravenous magnesium can be used to treat preeclampsia during pregnancy

Coenzyme 10 (CoQ10) is an antioxidant that the body naturally produces, and can be found in fish, meat, and whole grains. Cells use it for maintenance and growth. As we age, our levels of CoQ10 go down. Although it is made in the body, CoQ10 still needs to be supplemented to ensure the body’s needs are met. We do not get large enough quantities through diet to boost the body’s levels.

CoQ10 can be used to:

• Treat migraines, by decreasing the frequency and regularity.

• Enhance physical performance

• Relieve certain heart conditions- hypertension and heart failure.

• Improve Parkinson’s disease symptoms.

B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that is found in meat, poultry, and dairy products. Plant foods do not contain B12, so those with vegan and vegetarian diets may lack B12. It is necessary for producing normal blood cells, forming DNA, and boosting nervous system function. B12 promotes your body's use of iron and activates enzymes that regulate certain amino acids.

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) is an essential molecule found in every cell of your body. It functions primarily in the mitochondria - the powerhouse of the cell - responsible for energy creation and metabolism. NAD+ is needed for metabolic functions to occur in the body. It significantly decreases as we age. It is used to treat substance abuse/ addiction, alcoholism, anxiety/ stress disorders, PTSD, depression, chronic fatigue and pain, neurodegenerative disorders, sleep disorders, behavior disorders, and general aging.

NAD+ is involved in:

1. Energy production (ATP): NAD+ helps your cells convert food into energy by acting as an electron transporter during cell metabolism.

2. DNA repair: A constant supply of NAD+ is needed for the activation of PARPs (Poly ADP-ribose polymerase) which detect and repair damaged DNA.

3. Gene expression: Proteins called SIRTS (sirtuins), which are NAD dependent to function, regulate certain metabolic pathways and genetic expressions. Studies show that increased sirtuin activity is associated with improved health and longevity. Increased sirtuin activity can help increase metabolism, decrease inflammation, extend cell life, and prevent neurodegeneration.

4. Cell signaling: NAD+ is released from the intercellular space to the extracellular space for communication. Research is revealing that NAD and ATP activates an immune response when the cell is under stress or when there is inflammation.

5. Neurotransmission: NAD+ is released from smooth muscle, neurosecretory cells, and brain synapses for cell to-cell communication.

6. Enzymatic activity: NAD+ is directly involved in the process that metabolizes alcohol and converts lactate to pyruvate in the body.