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All About VITAmins

B-Complex Combination of B1, B2, B3, B5, B6. B vitamins are essential in maintaining muscle tone, lining the digestive tract and increasing the health of the nervous system, skin, hair, eyes, mouth and liver. B1 (Thiamine) aids in cellular production and nerve conduction. B2 (Riboflavin) key component in cellular energy production and respiration. B3 (Niacinamide) energy production by converting carbohydrates, fats and protein into glucose. B5 (Dexpanthenol) aids in adrenal function, stimulates “healing” from a cellular level, relives symptoms of arthritis, lowers cholesterol and stimulates hormone production. B6 (Pyridoxine) known as the “anti-stress vitamin” is critical in immune function and cardiovascular health. Jump starts metabolism and neurotransmitter health. Key component in weight-loss, blood sugar stabilization and healthy skin.

Magnesium Is crucial in maintaining healthy potassium levels and muscle function to improve exercise performance and combat depression. Assists in bringing sleep patterns back to normal. Magnesium relaxes smooth muscle which helps prevent/treat migraine headaches and cramping associated with PMS

Taurine Mood support People take taurine for anxiety because it plays a role in producing the neurotransmitter Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). GABA has a relaxing effect on the brain, and low levels of GABA have been associated with anxiety disorders Athletic performance and recovery There are multiple reasons why taurine is a common ingredient in energy drinks. It’s believed that taurine may support fat burning for energy during physical activity, promote optimal muscle movement, and reduce lactic acid buildup after workouts, which causes muscle soreness.  Reduced oxidative stress Taurine has antioxidant properties. That means it helps diminish the oxidative stress on the body caused by free radicals. Oxidative stress left unchecked damages cells and DNA, speeds the signs of aging, and can increase the risk of disease.

Glutathione A surprising side effect of glutathione is that it can unexpectedly lighten your skin tone. Once it gets into your body, it deactivates tyrosinase, the enzyme that produces melanin. It's also the considered the "mother of antioxidants" as it supports immune function. Reduces cell damage from fatty liver disease, transports mercury from the brain and may help reduce the risk of Parkinson's disease.

Vitamin C Dynamic antioxidant that boosts immunity from increased white blood cell production. Reduces inflammation bringing stress levels to normal.

Methionine Essential amino acid required for growth and tissue repair. Improves the tone and pliability of skin, hair, and strengthens nails. Sulfur provided by methionine protects cells from pollutants, slows cell aging, and is essential for absorption and bioavailability of selenium and zinc. It chelates heavy metals, such as lead and mercury. Acts as a lipotropic agent and prevents excess fat buildup in the liver.  Effective as an antidepressant.

B12 (Hydroxocobalamin IVP) Essential vitamin the body can not produce. B12 plays many roles in your body. Energy production by converting carbohydrates into glucose. Decreases fatigue and helps regulate metabolism. Boosts red blood cell production.

Vitamin D There are seven health conditions, diseases, and illnesses that may be affected by vitamin D levels: ​ Osteoporosis Cancer Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Depression Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Type 2 Diabetes Weight Loss

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