Methionine – An essential amino acid that is not made in the body. It is a lipotropic compound and is involved in the metabolism of fat cells. Methionine has antioxidant properties and can protect against free radicals and detox heavy metals.
Inositol – is a member of vitamin B complex and is involved in nerve transmission and fat transportation in the body. Inositol works at the cellular level and is thought to prevent the formation of cancer and may even shrink pre-existing cancers. Inositol helps lower cholesterol levels.
Choline – Choline is a vitamin-like essential nutrient and a methyl donor involved in many physiological processes, including metabolism, transport of lipids, nerve function, muscle movement, liver function, and supporting energy levels. Studies have shown Choline is essential for optimal brain development. Choline helps protect and remove fat in the liver and is required for the synthesis of acetylcholine, a key neurotrasmitter, which helps nerves to communicate and muscles to move.
B12 (Methylcobalamin) – Is a water-soluble vitamin that is needed to convert carbohydrates into glucose, thus leading to energy production and a decrease in fatigue and lethargy. Assists in healthy regulation of the nervous system, reducing depression, stress, and brain shrinkage. It helps maintain a healthy digestive system. Vitamin B12 also protects against heart disease by curbing and improving unhealthy cholesterol levels, protecting against stroke, and high blood pressure. It is essential for healthy skin, hair, and nails. It helps in cell reproduction and constant renewal of the skin.
Lysine – An essential amino acid. Lysine has antiviral effects by competing with arginine, which promotes HSV replication. Lysine is a necessary building block of protein. Some studies suggest that lysine may make bone building cells more active and may enhance the production of collagen.
Acetyl L-Carnitine – An amino acid that is found in nearly all cells of the body. Plays a critical role in the production of energy from long-chain fatty acids, acting as a transport module for fatty acids. It increases the activity of certain nerve cells in the central nervous system. Carnitine has also been shown to reduce fatigue and improve recovery after strenuous activity.
Chromium – An essential mineral that is not produced by the body. Chromium stimulates fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis, which are important for the activities of many organ systems including the brain. It may promote insulin-mediated glucose uptake by cells and assist in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates.
Adenosine-5 Triphosphate (ATP) – ATP is the biochemical way to store and use energy in all cells and is critical for proper muscle contraction. Raising levels of ATP in muscles can increase performance during strenuous activity.
Dimethylglycine (DMG) – is a derivative of the amino acid glycine. Suggested to increases immune system function and activates neurological processes. Studies have shown during stressful events, ATP can enhance cellular oxygen usage, reduce lactic acid accumulation, and may enhance cell-mediated immunity.