VITAMIN BENEFITS

Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C): A potent antioxidant which plays a key role in making collagen production in the skin and blood vessels, strengthens ligaments, tendons and bones, directly boosts immune system, and helps prevent oxidative stress


Amino Acid: Essential building blocks to make the protein necessary for muscle growth, optimal physical performance, healthy weight management, improves sleep, enhances focus, and aids the liver in detoxification
 

B complex: Refers to all known essential water-soluble vitamins except for vitamin C. These include Thiamine (vitamin B1), Riboflavin (vitamin B2), Niacin (vitamin B3), Pantothenic Acid (vitamin B5), Pyridoxine (vitamin B6), Biotin, Folic Acid and the Cobalamins (vitamin B12). Vitamins B1, B2, B3, and Biotin participate in different aspects of energy production, Vitamin B6 is essential for amino acid metabolism, and vitamin B12 and Folic Acid facilitate steps required for cell division.

Calcium Chloride: Breaks down into calcium and chloride in the body. Normalizes the signals going from your brain to your muscles.


Calcium Gluconate: Important for healthy nerves, muscles and bones.


Co-Q10: Helps with Parkinson’s, reduces blood pressure, and cholesterol. Helps with migraines, and increases physical performance. It also helps with congestive heart failure (CHF).
 

Cyanocobalamin: Helps your body use fat and carbohydrates for energy and make new protein. It is also important for normal blood, cells, and nerves. Prevents anemia

Dexpanthenol: GI stimulant; prevents ileus (severe constipation) after GI surgery.

Glutathione: Powerful, premiere antioxidant helps fight destructive free radicals; increases immunity to fight infections, prevents cancer, slows body’s aging process. It is the ticket to better health and longevity. Helps decrease with tremors and gait balance with Parkinson’s. Improves blood flow, decreases clotting in patients with atherosclerosis. Glutathione has been used in treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome, heart disease, cancer, chronic infections, autoimmune disease, diabetes, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, asthma, kidney problems, liver disease, fertility and more. Another benefit to Glutathione is recovery in athletes and those leading active lifestyles. Several studies have shown that test subjects supplementing glutathione had an increase in lean muscle mass over control groups that did not add glutathione. Presumably the increased glutathione removes the damage and free radicals caused by intense workouts which speeds up the body’s ability to heal and rebuild muscle.


Hydroxycobalamin: Preventative measure for certain anemias.

K Chloride: Aids in controlling blood pressure and preventing stroke.

L-Carnitine: an amino acid that is found in nearly all cells of the body. L-carnitine plays a critical role in the production of energy from long-chain fatty acids. In addition, it increases the activity of certain nerve cells in the central nervous system.

Magnesium Chloride is a supplemental form of the mineral magnesium that helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function. It supports a healthy immune system, and keeps bones strong. Helps regulate blood sugar levels and promotes normal blood pressure.  Aids in energy metabolism and protein synthesis.  Helps with normal functioning of cells, nerves, muscles (such as the heart), and bones. Aids in sleep.
 

Magnesium Sulfate: Helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function.
 

Methionine Inositol Choline: Methionine is an amino acid. It acts as a lipotropic agent (to speed up removal of fat within the liver) to prevent problems of the skin and nails. It works as an antioxidant through a conversion process to L-Cysteine to help neutralize toxins. Inositol is a B vitamin and plays a role in nerve transmission and fat metabolism. Inositol works at the cellular level helps with weight loss and in redistributing body fat by breaking down or emulsifying fats in the body. It also helps promote health hair and skin. Choline is a vitamin-like nutrient that helps export accumulating fats in the liver and helps prevent liver damage. It helps the utilization of fats in the body and supports weight loss. It helps in the emulsification of fats and cholesterol in the body by helping form smaller fat globules in the blood and aiding the transport of fats through the small vasculature and in out of the cells. It also helps with general body detoxification by “decongesting” the liver of excess fats. It is also helpful for fatigue. When Choline is depleted in the body, fat metabolism and utilization may be decreased.

Metyhlcobalamin (B12): vital water-soluble nutrient critical for maintaining normal functioning nerve cells. Vitamin B12 is also referred to as the energy vitamin, since it will provide an energy boost as well as increase metabolism. Vitamin B12 is used in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins, and is required for fatty acid synthesis.

Niacinamide (B3): Effective and relatively safe for treating high cholesterol levels and help prevent heart disease.

Procaine: Helps with nerve function.
 

Pyridoxine (B6): Critical for protein metabolism, energy production, and normal nervous system function. Helps decrease cholesterol. Helps with PMS, nausea, vomiting, menopause symptoms, ADHD, infertilitiy, allergies, arthritis, and dizziness. It is involved in nearly 60 enzyme systems in the body, necessary for normal growth, red blood cell synthesis, and vitamin B12 absorption.

Riboflavin: Involved in vital metabolic processes in the body. It is necessary for energy production and normal cell function and growth. Can act as an antioxidant, aiding in prevention of cancer, and cholesterol build up.

Selenium: An essential mineral important for cognitive function, a healthy immune system, and fertility in both women and men. Also acts as an antioxidant protecting the body against disease and infection.

Taurine: An amino acid to boost performance and improve in muscle recovery. Reduces muscle fatigue, muscle soreness, and muscle cramps. Aids in regulation of nerve cell activity, preservation of eyesight and may improve heart health   
 

Thiamine (B1): A water soluble vitamin involved in many body functions, including nervous system and muscle function, the flow of electrolytes in and out of nerve and muscle cells, digestion, and carbohydrate metabolism.
 

Tryptophan: Improves mood by converting L-Tryptophan into serotonin, which in turn improves mood and reduces stress. It also affects memory, cognition, memory formation, and sleep patterns.

Zinc Chloride: An essential trace mineral that is involved in DNA and protein synthesis helping to maintain normal growth rates. It is essential for immune function and development of the reproductive organs and normal functioning of the prostate gland.

Zinc Sulfate: Helps with skin hydration, and enhances senses of smell and taste.