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INGREDIENTS

Amino Blend – Ornithine, Arginine, Lysine, and Citrulline

  • Ornithine

    • Studies show that ornithine supplementation may increase Arginine and levels of hormones that increase muscle size.

  • Arginine

    • An amino acid that may enhance exercise performance by increasing nitric oxide in the body which improves blood flow and oxygen uptake into the muscles.

  • Lysine

    • An amino Acid that is important for normal growth and muscle turnover.

    • May reduce feelings of anxiety by reducing levels of cortisol in some people.

    • Some research has shown it improves symptoms of people with schizophrenia.

    • Helps make Carnitine in the body.

  • Citrulline

    • Increases plasma levels of ornithine and arginine.

    • Improves ammonia recycling and nitric oxide metabolism.

    • Supplementation has been shown to mildly reduce blood pressure and improve blood flow. 

    • Research has been shown that supplementation suggests that citrulline reduce fatigue, increase power output, and improve endurance in both aerobic and anerobic exercise.

 

 

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

  • Helps make hair and nails stronger and longer.

  • Essential in metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and amino acids, supplementation can support enzyme function and aide in digestion issues.

 

B Complex

  • B1 (Thiamine)

    • Plays an important role in energy metabolism and nervous system function.

    • Helps fight bacterial infections.

    • Can help avoid type 2 diabetes, several cardiovascular diseases, vision impairment, kidney disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases, like Alzheimer’s. 

  • B2 (Riboflavin)

    • A powerful antioxidant.

    • Plays a role in maintaining health blood cells and metabolism.

    • Helps convert food into energy by breaking down fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.

    • Allow the body to use oxygen.

    • Plays a role in the adrenal gland and stress reactions.

    • May help with migraines.

    • Deficiency may lead to cracking skin around the nose and mouth.

  • B3 (Niacin)

    • Plays a crucial role in proper functioning of the digestive system and nervous system.

    • Necessary for production and metabolism of fatty acids.

    • Reduces inflammation.

    • Provides healthy skin, hair and nails.

  • B5 (Pantothenic Acid)

    • Essential for healthy development of the central nervous system.

    • Is involved in energy production through the breakdown of food.

    • Helps develop Amino Acids and Vitamin D3.

    • Is necessary for making blood cells.

    • Keeps cells hydrated.

    • Is essential to hair and skin heath.

    • Studies have shown that supplementation thickens hair fibers and increases their pliability.

  • B6 (Pyridoxine)

    • Has a very influential role in the creation of neurotransmitters and is essential for good mental health.

    • Has a direct effect on immune function.

    • Needed to make collagen in the body.

 

Vitamin B 12

  • Helps with cell production to reduce skin redness, dryness, excessive oil, inflammation, and acne blemishes.

  • Is involved with energy production, supplementation can increase energy.

  • Due to it’s role in serotonin synthesis, B12 supplementation may improve mood.

  • Vegans are unable to obtain Vitamin B12 from their diet and B12 supplementation is required.

  • B12 deficiency can lead to anemia, intestinal problems and irreversible nerve damage.

  • Vitamin B12 deficiency in older adults has been linked to memory loss.

 

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)

  • Helps trigger the natural collagen productive process and stabilize the collagen already within the body.

    • Collagen makes your skin appear younger and firmer. It also supports bones and teeth.

  • Vitamin C helps maintain your skins elasticity and reduce fine lines.

  • Vitamin C plays a role in metabolism.

  • It alters iron sources into a form that can be used by the body.

  • Promotes our hormone and neurotransmitter production.

  • Vitamin C is also a powerful antioxidant that supports the body by eliminating free radicals. Free radicals cause damage to the body.

  • It may promote resistance to infection by activating leukocytes (white blood cells that fight infection) and assisting in the regulation of inflammation.

  •  Add this supplement during cold and flu season, before and after travel, or for overall health maintenance.

 

Vitamin D3

  • Is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

  • Promotes proper immune function.

  • Is needed a variety of cellular functions in the body.

  • Is necessary for Calcium absorption. Supplementation supports bone health.

 

Glutathione

  • A highly valuable antioxidant that supports that immune system.

  • Protects cells from free radical damage and acts as a universal toxin binder.

    • Supplementation can be a great support to your essential organs and clarifying your skin due to its detoxification power.

  • Improves cellular function and aides in the recovery process.

  • May improve male infertility.

  • May improve atherosclerosis and memory loss.

 

Lipo-Mino 

  • This blend helps convert the food you eat into energy. It pulls energy from fat cells to be utilized for your daily needs.

    • Methionine – an amino acid that plays an important role in the breakdown of fat.

    • Inositol – a sugar alcochol that helps with insulin sensitivity and increase metabolism.

    • Choline – essential for transporting stored fat in the liver to other parts of the body to be used for energy.

    • Cyanocobalamin – B12 – See B12

 

Magnesium

  • A mineral that is essential to almost all bodily functions. Vital for maintaining the function of our cells, nerves, muscles, bones, and heart.

  • Magnesium is used to prevent heart burn, stomach upset, and acid indigestion.

  • Is a natural muscle relaxant. 

  • Supplementation can promote restful sleep.

  • Can help with anxiety and promote relaxation.

  • Studies show that it can help those with asthma and high blood pressure.

  • Can help regulate blood sugar and improve certain nervous system disorders

  • Conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, osteoporosis, arteriosclerosis and stroke have been linked to low magnesium levels.

  • Deficiency can be caused by alcoholism, poorly controlled diabetes, poor diet, or the use of diuretics.

 

 

Zinc 

  • This mineral is essential for healthy skin. It helps eliminate free radicals, mitigates damage from sun exposure, and reduces inflammation from acne.

 

 

NAD

  • Is an essential cofactor found in every living cell in the body. Required for DNA repair and metabolism, immune function and promotes tissue repair. It’s known as THE miracle molecule. You can learn more here.

 

 

Pure Hydration (Normal Saline)

  • Normal saline solution contains water and the same concentration of sodium and chloride (154 mEq/L) as the usual concentration of sodium and chloride in the intravascular space. Normal saline is great for those who are dehydrated. 

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