Vitamin B3 (as
niacinamide) is the form of niacin that circulates
in the bloodstream and is needed for the synthesis
of energy (ATP), the activation of folate and the
regeneration of glutathione.
Vitamin B5 (as
calcium D-pantothenate) is essential for the
production of energy (via the Krebs Cycle), the
synthesis of adrenal hormones, protein metabolism,
and wound healing.
Vitamin B6 (as
pyridoxal 5-phosphate) has been shown to protect
living lipids and proteins against glycation
reactions. Aging results in the formation of
advanced glycation end products throughout the body.
(as 5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid) is an essential B
vitamin needed by the body to produce and maintain
new cells, as well as for the creation of DNA and
(as methylcobalamin) is an essential B vitamin for
carbohydrate metabolism and energy production. It
also plays an important role in the formation of
healthy red blood cells.
Sulfate inhibits the enzyme that breaks down Nitric
Oxide (NO). With increased NO, you create an
environment for increased nutrient delivery,
improved metabolic waste removal, and most
importantly, increased overall performance.
studies show Cordyceps sinensis increases ATP
(Adenosine Tri-Phosphate) energy production and
increases oxygen utilization.
in the mitochondria which are the tiny energy
centers in each of our cells. Not only does CoQ-10
scavenge and destroys free radicals that cause
cardiovascular problems and heart disease, it sparks
energy production in every cell of your body
including the heart.
studies have shown Rhodiola rosea can dramatically
reduce mental and physical fatigue under stressful
conditions, by increasing the body's energy levels.
studies have shown that Korean Ginseng extract
stimulates the immune system, improves mental and
physical performance, reduces fatigue, supports
healthy glucose regulation, and improves overall
quality of life.
quinone) has been shown to induce mitochondrial
biogenesis, the growth of new mitochondria in aging
cells. While CoQ-10 optimizes mitochondrial
function, PQQ activates genes that govern
mitochondrial reproduction, protection, and repair.