Nicotinamide adenine nucleotide (NAD) is a small cofactor involved in many cellular processes. It has immune and metabolism functions, aids in DNA repair, supports the mitochondria, and even has anti-aging benefits. Plus, it’s one of the most abundant molecules within the body, supporting energy metabolism and protecting against oxidative stress. Fluctuations in NAD occur based on exercise, time of day and food intact.
NAD plays a foundational role in cellular processes and energy production. So much so, it’s required for over 500 enzyme reactions in the body! It helps prevent cognitive decline, hearing and vision loss, cancer, and infertility. And it also protects against diabetes, inflammation, cardiovascular disease, and immune deficiency.
Benefits: anti-aging, energy support, supports liver function, brain health and memory support, anti-inflammatory effects, protection again cardiovascular disease, Cholesterol support, fertility, longevity, improve skin conditions and longevity, to name a few.
Glutathione is our body’s main antioxidant and detoxifier by fighting free radicals. Great for
helping with immune system challenges and toxins. Glutathione is capable of preventing
damage to important cellular components caused by reactive oxygen species such as free
radicals, peroxides, lipid peroxides, and heavy metals.
Brighten your complexion, acne scars and sun damage with this anti-aging formula.
CoQ10 or Ubiquinol is an important antioxidant for cardiovascular and mitochondrial health.
An essential amino acid that the body cannot make and needs to b obtained either from high protein foods or supplementation. It is a building block protein.
Benefits: support the immune system, prevent herpes virus, support healthy lips, promote collagen growth, helps the body produce L-carnitine, convert fatty acids into energy, helps the body absorb calcium, iron and zinc.
Recommended Use: Vitamin D3 injections are recommended once per month.
A hormone (fat-soluble vitamin) the kidney produces that helps your body absorb calcium and
phosphorus and impacts the immune system
Benefits: Enhances your mood, is a promising treatment for depression and pain, strengthens your
bones, alleviates muscle aches and boosts your immune system
Methionine is an essential amino acid that our body uses to make certain proteins and is
important for blood vessels, cartilage, and the production of SAMe. Is helpful for weight loss,
immune system support, methylation and mood.
Inositol is also known as vitamin B8. Known to help the liver break down fat in combination
with other B vitamins. It can also help with mood, sleep, and ovarian health.
Methionine, inositol, and choline. Get a boost in metabolism to help jump-start your weight
Amino acids play important roles in the body’s use of fat. They enhance the liver and
gallbladder’s role by speeding up your metabolism. They also aid in transporting fat and its
removal. The main amino acids used to formulate these shots are Methionine, Inositol, Choline and B12. Essentially, they are fat burners that aid in the removal of fat deposits throughout the
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Boost sex hormones, immunity, stamina, and energy.
Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, helps with healthy skin, nails and hair as well as blood sugar
and fat metabolism.
Carnitine is a functionally essential amino acid that helps with fatty acid metabolism and energy
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin important for the immune system, collagen production and
tissue repair. It is also a potent antioxidant.
B Complex is a combination of B1, B2, B3, and B5 to improve skin, hair, sleep, and metabolism
of fat and carbohydrates. May help with headaches and sleep also.
For help with energy, metabolism, depression, and neuropathic pain.
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A Wanders, R. J., & Houtkooper, R. H. (2021). NAD+ homeostasis in human health and disease. EMBO Molecular Medicine, 13(7).