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List of Ingredients

Acetyl-L-Carnitine: This important molecule transports fats into mitochondria for fat burning and increased cellular energy. It inhibits formation of aging pigment in brain cells of lab animals. Its use in humans has been associated with increased intelligence and improved mood. ALC has been shown to enhance energy metabolism at the mitochondrial level and has been found to benefit many tissues. Immune cell function has improved and nerve cells are protected. Lab animals given ALC have shown a 30% increase in life span.

5-HTP:Stands for 5 hydroxytryptophan. This molecule is made in the body from the amino acid tryptophan and is used in the production of serotonin, a mood elevating & important chemical found in the brain, the digestive system, and blood cells. Tryptophan is an essential amino acid, meaning that it cannot be produced by the body and must be obtained through diet. Tryptophan is found naturally in meat, fish, dairy, & certain legumes

Betaine Hydrochloride: This enzyme is essential for the absorption and assimilation of minerals, and breakdown of protein. Betaine Hydrochloride not only helps breakdown food, it also scavenges the debris that builds up in the body.

Chaste Tree Berry: (Vitex agnus castus: Agni casti fructus) Chaste is one of the oldest phytomedicines, being used by ancient Greek physicians in the time of Hypocrates and carries an excellent track record in relieving complaints collectively referred to as Premenstrual Syndrome. The effects of Chaste can include the rectification of issues causing heavy or frequent periods, lack of ovulation, ovarian cysts, and sometimes lack of period. Interestingly, although the Chaste Tree Berry contains compounds that are similar in structure to the sex hormones, Chaste has no direct hormonal activity and is therefore NOT phytoestrogen.

Choline: Found in all living cells, it is directly involved with cognition, long and short-term memory, stimulus response mechanisms and mental energy. Required for the production and metabolism of fats and cholesterol, helping protect the liver from accumulating excess fatty deposits.
 

DL-Phenylalanine: consists of equal parts of the D (synthetic) and natural L forms. Addition of the D component serves as an endorphin booster. Endorphins are natural pain relievers made in the brain. Increased endorphin levels promoted by DLPA have been associated with marked relief of chronically painful conditions, a strong mood elevating action, and pain relief that becomes more effective over time without having to increase the amount used.

DMAE (dimetheyaminoethanol: normaly found in small amount in our brains, has been shown to remarkably enhance brain function when used as a supplement in clinical studies.

Folic Acid: necessary for DNA and RNA synthesis, which is essentialfor the growth and reproduction of all body cells. Essential to the formation of red blood cells by its action on the bone marrow. Aids in amino acid metabolism.

GABA: (gamma aminobutyric acid) is a neurotransmitter that helps balance the chemistry of the brain. It is an important amino acid that functions as the most prevalent inhibitory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system. Supplemental GABA can be useful in producing a state of relaxation. It can help relieve anxiety and stress.

L-Alanine: May alleviate hypoglycemia and improve immune system function. It is a non-essential amino acid that can be manufactured by the body from other sources as needed. Alanine is one of the simplest of the amino acids and is involved in the energy-producing breakdown of glucose. In conditions of sudden anaerobic energy need, when muscle proteins are broken down for energy, Alanine acts as a carrier molecule to take the nitrogen-containing amino group to the liver to be changed to the less toxic urea, thus preventing buildup of toxic products in the muscle cells when extra energy is needed. Because the body easily constructs Alanine from other sources, no deficiency state is known. Alanine is found in a wide variety of foods, but is particularly concentrated in meats.

L-Arginine: promotes growth hormone release, especially beneficial after the age of 30. Growth hormone stimulates muscle building and fat burning and has been shown to have profound age reversing properties in older persons. Any physical trauma increases the need for dietary Arginine for tissue repair. Connective tissue can also be strengthened to give healthier tendons and ligaments. Clinical data has shown it can retard tumors and malignancies, detoxifies the liver and increases sperm counts in males.

L-Aspartic Acid: Recent research has shown that it may help relieve chronic fatigue. Helpful in treating decreased fertility in men caused by decreased sperm count or mobility.

Glucosamine: is part of the structure of cartilage, ligaments and tendons. It is made by the body, for which sulphur in an organic form is required. Protects and nourishes cell membranes and cartilage. Has proven beneficial in the relief of joint discomfort.

L-Glutamic acid: serves primarily as a brain fuel and can absorb excess ammonia, which would otherwise impair high performance brain function. It may be helpful for hypertension, schizophrenia, aging, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, and alcoholism.

L-Glutamine: is formed when glutamic acid combines with ammonia. Glutamine can improve intelligence even in the mentally deficient. It may enhance mood and relieve fatigue. Its use has helped control alcoholism, sped the healing of stomach ulcers, and overcome impotence.

L-Glyscine: The simplest chemical structure of the aminos, remarkable benefits have been attributed to its use. It has proven helpful to improve pituitary gland function and works synergistically with Arginine and ornithine to stimulate growth hormone release. I it helps supply muscles with essential energy for muscle function. Glycine has also proved useful for low blood sugar and in relieving over secretion of stomach acid.

L-Histidine:Relieves stress and may enhance libido. It is intricately involved in a large number of critical metabolic processes, ranging from the production of red and white blood cells to regulating antibody activity. Histidine also helps to maintain the myelin sheaths that surround and insulate nerves. In particular, Histidine has been found beneficial for the auditory nerves, and a deficiency of this vital amino acid has been noted in cases of nerve deafness.

L-Isoleucine & L-Leucine: These are 2 of the 3 branched chain amino acids, which are the most potent muscle builders of the aminos. Their use can reduce appetite, promote muscle growth, and inhibit the tendency of muscle breakdown after heavy exertion.

L-Lysine: Vital in the makeup of critical body proteins, lysine is needed for growth, tissue and repair, and production of antibodies, hormones, and enzymes. Lysine can promote better concentration and improve the burning of fat for energy production, reduce the risk of herpes infections or recurrence, and aid in reliving some fertility problems.

L-Taurine: This amino acid has a potent anti-oxidant action in the spaces between cells. It is one of the most abundant amino acids in the body. It is found in the central nervous system, skeletal muscle and is very concentrated in the brain and heart. It is synthesized from the amino acids methionine and cysteine, in conjunction with vitamin B6. Animal protein is a good source of taurine, as it is not found in vegetable protein. Vegetarians with an unbalanced protein intake, and therefore deficient in methionine or cysteine may have difficulty-manufacturing taurine.

L-THREONINE promotes the proper utilization of dietary protein. It is an essential amino acid & not manufactured by the body and must be acquired from food. It is an important constituent in many body proteins and is necessary for the formation of tooth enamel protein, collagen and elastin. It is a precursor to the amino acids glycine and serine. It acts as a lipotropic in controlling fat build-up in the liver.

L-TYROSINE is a precursor of the important brain neurotransmitters epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine, which transmit nerve impulses and are essential to prevent depression. Dopamine is vital to mental function and seems to play a role in sex drive. One study indicated that L-tyrosine may suppress appetite. In a rat study, L-tyrosine increased the appetite-suppressant effects of phenylpropanolamine, ephedrine, and amphetamine.

L-Valine: A branched chain amino acid and one of the most potent muscle builders of the aminos. Its use can reduce appetite, promote muscle growth, and inhibit the tendency of muscle breakdown after heavy exertion.

MAGNESIUM is an essential element that is vital for metabolic functions such as the activation of enzymes for proper metabolism of protein and carbohydrates for energy production. It is a constituent of bones and teeth and is important for the metabolism of phosphorus, calcium, potassium, sodium, B-complex vitamins, and vitamins C and E. In small doses, Magnesium acts as an antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxant, and a mild sedative.

Methionine: is a sulfur containing essential amino acid and was first isolated in 1922 from casein and belongs to a group of compounds called lipotropics - the others in this group include choline, inositol, and betaine. It is important in the process of methylation where methyl is added to compounds as well as being a precursor to the amino acids cystine and cysteine.It assists in the breakdown of fats and thereby prevents the build-up of fat in the arteries, as well as assisting with the digestive system and removing heavy metals from the body since it can be converted to cysteine, which is a precursor to gluthione, which is of prime importance in detoxifying the liver.

MSM: is a rich naturally occurring source of sulphur, which is required for the structure and function of 150 compounds within the body, including tissues, enzymes, hormones, antibodies and antioxidants. Sulphur is important in the formation of collagen and glucosamine, and therefore in the maintenance of healthy bones, joint, ligaments and tendons.  Sulphur helps nutrients and fluids to flow through cells by increasing permeability, which also aids in the removal of toxins leading to a reduction in pain and inflammation.

TMG or Betaine) The most effective Methylation enhancing agent known, TMG is the key ingredient in HeartGems. After TMG converts toxic homocysteine into Methionine and SAMe, it becomes DMG the most popular nutrient performance enhancer sold in the U.S.

Vitamin A  (Beta Carotene): Current medical research shows that foods rich in Beta Carotene will help reduce the risk of lung cancer, breast cancer and certain oral cancers. ATRA (a form of vitamin A) is used in treatment of APL (a type of acute myeloid leukemia) Unlike Vitamin A from fish liver oil, Beta Carotene is non-toxic.

Vitamin C (ASCORBIC ACID): is one of the major antioxidant nutrients. It prevents the conversion of nitrates (from tobacco smoke, smog, bacon, lunchmeats, and some vegetables) into cancer-causing substances. According to Dr. Lines Pauling, the foremost authority on Vitamin C, Vitamin C will decrease the risk of getting certain cancers by 75%.

Vitamine D (Cholecalciferol): Improves absorption and utilization of Calcium and Phoshporous. Required for bone and teeth formation, and maintains a stable nervous system and normal heart action.

Vitamin E (D-Alpha Tocopherol): There are several types of Vitamin E available. D-Alpha Tocopherol (100% Natural) is 4 times more potent in biological activity than d1-Alpha Tocopherol (Synthetic) Vitamin E. For example; 100 I.U. of d-Alpha (100% Natural) Vitamin E is equal to 400 I.U. synthetic Vitamin E in biological activity. Natural Vitamin E is derived from soybean, canola and corn oils and synthetic Vitamin E is a petroleum by-product.
 

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): enables glucose to be used as a fuel. In brain and nerve tissue, Thiamine plays a vital role in energizing nerve tissue so that normal messages can be transmitted through the entire nervous system. Since the nervous system is the most metabolically active tissue in the body, Thiamine is crucial for governing the high consumption of oxygen, which is the hallmark of metabolic rate. This process enhances circulation and assists in blood formation, carbohydrate metabolism, and the production of hydrochloric acid, which is important for proper digestion.

Vitamin B2  (Riboflavin): plays an important role in several enzymes and coenzymes as a hydrogen atom acceptor in various metabolic roles, including protein metabolism. It is a constituent of coenzymes involved in the release of energy from glucose and fatty acids in the mitochondria. It is important in DNA synthesis, and in the formation of red blood cells. Riboflavin also takes part in the activation of vitamin B-6 and conversion of folacin to its coenzymes. It may participate in red blood cell formation.

The body's need for Riboflavin increases during growth, pregnancy, wound healing, and lactation. This phenomenon is related to the fact that riboflavin plays a role in protein metabolism, which is increased during these periods. Riboflavin has been used effectively in treating soreness and burning of the lips, mouth, and tongue, fissures and cracks in the lips, a purple, swollen tongue, and anemia.



Vitamin B3 (Niacin): is a water-soluble vitamin required by all living cells. It is absorbed in the intestine but little is stored in the body and any excess of the vitamin is excreted in the urine. It can be synthesized in the body from tryptophan but only the L-isomer of tryptophan can be converted into niacin, and the conversion requires the presence of thiamine, pyridoxine, and riboflavin.

Niacin is a major constituent of the coenzyme nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADP). These enzymes are involved in respiration where they act as hydrogen acceptors. They are essential in the reactions involved in the release of energy from carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Niacin is also involved in the synthesis of protein, fat, and pentoses needed for nucleic acid formation.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)  is a B vitamin named after the Greek word pantos, meaning "everywhere" because it is found in both plant and animal food sources. Pantothenic acid is a water-soluble B vitamin that cannot be stored in the body but must be replaced daily, either from diet or from supplements. Pantothenic acid is referred to as an antistress vitamin due to its vital role in the formation of various adrenal hormones, steroids, and cortisone, as well as contributing to the production of important brain neuro-transmitters such as acetylcholine. In addition to helping to fight depression Pantothenic acid also supports the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and is required for the production of cholesterol, bile, vitamin D, red blood cells, and antibodies.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine):  is a component of the water-soluble vitamin B-complex vitamins. It is composed of three closely related chemical compounds: pyridoxine, pyridoxal, and pyridoxamine. These three compounds are metabolically and functionally interrelated and are readily interconverted. Vitamin B-6 is involved in protein, fat, and carbohydrate metabolism, and is a component of the molecular configuration of many enzymes. Vitamin B-6 functions primarily in the reactions involved in the non-oxidative degradation of amino acids.

Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin): is a particularly important coenzyme that is required for the proper synthesis of DNA, which controls the healthy formation of new cells throughout the body. B12 also supports the action of vitamin C, and is necessary for the proper digestion and absorption of foods, for protein synthesis, and for the normal metabolism of carbohydrates and fats. Additionally, vitamin B12 prevents nerve damage by contributing to the formation of the myelin sheath that insulates nerve cells. B12 also maintains fertility, and helps promotes normal growth and development in children.
 

ZINC Chelate: is an essential trace element that is important for the absorption and action of B-complex vitamins. It is required for protein synthesis, collagen formation, a healthy immune system, and the ability of the body to heal from wounds. Zinc helps form insulin to help stabilize energy, keeps prostate healthy, can help prevent cancer, increase sperm count, improve potency, helps absorbs vitamins, and is a potent antioxidant

 

 

 

 

 

 

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