Understand Where You Might Be Deficient Using Our Vitamin Descriptions Below:
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA – Thiotic Acid): Alpha lipoic acid can cross the blood-brain barrier, It is thought to protect the brain and nerve tissue by preventing free radical damage. It is neuroprotective and helps alleviate symptoms of peripheral neuropathy. Improves oxygenation in all cells and assist in the prevention of age related disease.
B1 Thiamine:Combats oxidative stress, assist in energy metabolism, helps break down histamine
B3 (Niacinamide):B3 is an essential vitamin, important function of converting proteins, carbohydrates, and fats into energy. helps in creating sex hormones for people suffering from sexual disorders like impotence and erectile dysfunction. also known to improve digestion and reduce cholesterol.
B5 Dexpanthenol (pantothenic acid):Assists in rehabilitation for the adrenal gland, contributes to fatty acid synthesis, contributes to synthesis of steroid hormones and hemoglobin
B6 Pyridoxine: Cofactor in liver enzymes production, assist amino acids in protein synthesis, coenzyme in lipid metabolism
B12 (methylcobalamin):B12 is considered an essential vitamin for a reason: it keeps nerve and blood cells healthy, supports the creation of DNA and RNA, and works with other B vitamins to support one’s mood. It’s also been used to treat maladies from heart disease to breast cancer to fatigue and assists in neurological health
B – complex: a combination of B1, B3, B5, B6
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid; non-corn based): Immune support, connective tissue strength and wound repair
Calcium:Contributes to bone health, prevents muscle cramping/aches and spasm. Helps prevent gum disease and alleviates insomnia and sleep disorders.
Glutathione:Primary intracellular antioxidant. Helps with detoxification in the lungs and liver, important role in immune function, anti-viral and anti-aging. Counteracts the effects of free radical activity and oxidative stress/damage.
Glycine:Contributes to DNA and RNA production. Assists in phase II liver detoxification. Benefits the nervous system and assists in protecting the brain.
*** contraindicated in bipolar disorder***
L-Arginine: Precursor to the neurotransmitter nitric oxide which is responsible for smooth muscle relaxation and vasodilation, also chelates ammonia. Major role in erectile function and libido. Also great to prevent degeneration from aging.
L – Carnitine:Increases the rate at which the liver metabolizes Fat; very important amino acid that brings energy to the muscles including the heart. It is known to support weight loss and increase energy levels.
Magnesium: Magnesium is involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions within the body. Is known to help improve exercise stamina as well as lift symptoms of depression. It is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and can also assist in reducing blood pressure. Mg helps relax and calm the mind, body, and spirit allowing for a more restful sleep. Mg can also improve digestion, help relieve constipation and has a positive effect on joint and skin health. Research indicates Magnesium sulfate is useful in symptoms of asthma, muscle cramps, pms, and migraines. Research also indicates Magnesium chloride Is useful in alleviating arrhythmias and supporting heart health and function.
- Methionine: Decreases Histamine levels (useful in treating allergies, asthma and other related issues). Methionine synthesizes in the body to SAMe and is useful in treating mood disorders and depression. Counteracts the effects of free radical activity
- Inositol: Is a very valuable amino acid in the brain and is supportive in mood related issues such as; anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and PMS.
- Choline: Macronutrient that’s important for liver function, normal brain development, nerve function, muscle movement, supporting energy levels and maintaining a healthy metabolism
Molybdenum: Helps in supporting the lung health;Molybdenum participates in the development of the nervous system, waste processing in the kidneys, and the activation of enzymes that take part in food decomposition to produce energy.
NAC: (n-acetyl-cysteine):Antioxidant Increases intercellular glutathione levels in the liver, plasma and bronchioles of the lungs; assists in detoxification, protects the liver from free radical damage assists in heavy metal detox. Also is a useful in decreasing and expressing mucous from the body.
Potassium Chloride: Support increasing potassium levels in the blood and normal heart function.
***contraindicated in Kidney disease and adrenal failure***
Proline:Assists in maintaining healthy collagen, wound healing, post-surgery, injury to the ligaments or tendons.
***contraindicated in depression and seizures***
Selenium:Is a powerful antioxidant that encourages heavy metal detoxification. It is also useful in supporting the thyroid as well as preventing against early signs of aging and supporting the immune system. Selenium is also known to support other nutrients in cardiovascular health.
***contraindicated in pregnancy and infants***
Taurine:Assists in cell membrane transport, major role in the normal functioning of the adrenals, brain and heart.
Zinc: Helps support immune health, wound healing, and is known to alleviate depression. Zinc is an effective anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agent, helping fight oxidative stress and decrease the chance for disease development. Assists in hormone balancing and studies have shown it increase female sex hormones