Too much free
radical activity will leave your cells
vulnerable to premature aging and
various chronic illnesses.
(C 2 H 5 NO 2 ) - This amino acid is essential
for many different muscle, cognitive and metabolic
functions. It helps break down and transport nutrients
like glycogen and fat to be used by cells for energy,
and in the process, it supports strong immune, digestive
and nervous systems.
Cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus) - Arctic
cloudberry is ripened under the phenomenon of the
Midnight Sun in Scandinavia. Completely natural,
distinctly flavorful, and highly prized for its
nutritional value, the arctic cloudberry boasts high
levels of vitamins A, C, E, and B as well as calcium and
magnesium and also contains ellagitannins and ellagic
acid. The Scandinavian people have depended on the
arctic cloudberry (also known as Scandinavian Gold) for
centuries to promote health and natural beauty.
L-Glutamine (C 5 H 10 N 2 O 3 ) - L-glutamine is
an amino acid that is a building block of protein and is
the most abundant amino acid in the bloodstream and it
makes up 30-35 percent of the amino acid nitrogen in
your blood. Science is now showing that L-glutamine
benefits are abundant – and that this amino acid is
especially helpful in treating leaky gut and improving
your overall health. Lingonberry
vitis-idaea) - Related to the cranberry, bilberry
and blueberry, lingonberries are a good low-calorie
source of fiber, essential minerals, and
vitamins—specifically vitamin E. Lingonberry is also
characterized by high polyphenol content and has been
demonstrated to possess antimicrobial and antioxidant
activity in several studies.
Q10 (CoQ10) - Naturally found in the body and
aids in the conversion of food into energy. CoQ10 is
found in almost every cell in the body and is a powerful
antioxidant. Studies show that CoQ10 may improve
cardiovascular health because it can improve energy
production in cells.
(C 6 H 12 N 2 O 4 S 2 ) - L-cysteine is the basic
building block of glutathione, L-cysteine, also known as
N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC), is valued for its ability to
increase glutathione levels in the body, which is
extremely important for lung function, brain function
and liver detoxification. L-cysteine is also involved in
regulating glutamate levels, influencing the neurons in
the central nervous system.
(Se) - Selenium is an extremely vital mineral for
the human body as it increases immunity, takes part in
antioxidant activity that defends against free radical
damage and inflammation, and plays a key role in
maintaining a healthy metabolism.
(Beta vulgaris) - Beetroot is a dark red
vegetable that has been linked to increase stamina,
improve blood flow and lower blood pressure. Many
studies also indicate that beet root promotes heart
health and supports a healthy complexion, increased
energy, and overall lower weight.
Bioflavonoids - The major bioflavonoids found in
citrus fruits are diosmin, hesperidin, rutin, maringin,
tangeretin, diosmetin, narirutin, neohesperidin,
nobiletin and quercertin. These phytonutrients are vital
for proper absorption of Vitamin C. In fact, studies
have proven their ability to enhance and prolong the
action of vitamin C. Studies also suggest that high
intakes of dietary flavonoids are associated with
improved cardiovascular health.