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The "Gold Standard" for overall wellness. Everything you need for optimal health and wellness all-in-one.
Glutathione is a super-powered antioxidant with free-radical scavenging activity that protects your
body from disease and the effects of aging. Glutathione levels in the body naturally decline as we age but can also be reduced by factors like stress, malnutrition, and environmental toxins. It is vital to mitochondrial function and necessary to produce DNA. Its ability to cross the blood-brain barrier means it plays an important role in removing toxins, such as mercury, from the brain and other cells. It is key in supporting immune function, metabolism, forming sperm cells, tissue building and repair, and helping with certain enzyme functions.
A powerful antioxidant that helps the production of lymphocytes and phagocytes aka our white
blood cells. Reduces the risk of diseases, improves iron deficiency. Protects cells from free radicals
and shortens wound healing time.
A blend of B Vitamins helps to increase metabolism as cofactors for metabolizing carbs, fats and
proteins. They support the immune system, red and white blood cell production, energy levels,
cardiovascular health, inflammation, and more.
Improves texture, shine, and correctly fortify your skin so wrinkles decrease and your body can
produce fatty acids that nourish the hair, skin and nails.
Amino acids are the natural compounds that are used as building blocks by the body to create proteins. Amino acids, and the proteins that are made from them, are crucial to helping the body break down food, repair body tissue, grow and perform many other bodily functions. Some people also use amino acid injections and supplements to boost athletic performance or improve their mood. Amino acids are categorized into three groups: essential, nonessential, and conditional. Essential amino acids cannot be made within the body and must come from external sources, such as diet or supplements. Nonessential amino acids are produced within the body, and conditional amino acids are usually produced within the body. During periods of stress, illness, or injury, the body may not be able to create enough of these, and they become essential amino acids that require external supplementation.
Methionine is an amino acid used in many enzymatic reactions in the body and assists in reducing
our inflammation via the histamine response and in turn improves fatigue. The Inositol assists in fat
metabolism and the production of serotonin, a feel good neuro transmitter which helps improve our
mood and control appetite. The choline assists the liver in excreting waste products an is required
for transport and metabolism of cholesterol which supports our endocrine, cardiovascular and liver
function. B12 is a cofactor in all of these processes.