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Vitamin Index

  • B5 – Boosts adrenal function, encourages wound healing, assists in lowering cholesterol and has been known to help alleviate symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.
  • B6 – A vitamin that cares for the cardiovascular, immune, and nervous system. Assisting with one’s blood synthesis, metabolism, and neurotransmitter production.
  • B12 – Most well-known for its assistance in weight loss; but it does play a role in red blood cell development, immune system management, and brain/nervous system responsibilities.
  • Vitamin C – A powerful antioxidant that strengthens the body’s natural defenses; it is an immunity booster that assists in fighting off colds and viruses. It protects one from free radicals; harmful molecules that have been associated with chronic diseases. Vitamin C helps fight inflammation and can increase blood antioxidant levels by 30%. Other positives of Vitamin C is that it helps manage blood pressure, lower one’s risk of heart disease, can help prevent iron deficiency, along with combating memory loss.
  • Calcium – A must for a healthy body and bone structure. Did you know, that 99% of the calcium within the body are from our bones and teeth? Calcium also works on assisting the blood to clot, muscle contraction, and most importantly, the beating of the heart.
  • Choline – Supports the overall health of the liver, ridding the body of waste. It is needed for the metabolism and transportation of fats and cholesterol within the body for a healthy cardiovascular, endocrine, and hepatic systems.
  • Vitamin D3 – Occurs when one is exposed to the sun. An adequate amount of Vitamin D3 is needed. This vitamin helps to improve both immune function and muscle contraction, along with increased bone mineralization and osteoporosis prevention.
  • Engystol – The all-natural, homeopathic remedy for flu prevention or recovery. Proven scientifically as an effective, antiviral preventative for: influenza, herpes simplex-1, rhinovirus, and RSV. It can also improve white blood cells.
  • Glutathione – Known for reducing oxidative stress, which occurs when the body struggles with the production of free radicals and the ability to fight them off. High levels of oxidative stress can lead to other diseases. Glutathione also can reduce cell damage from liver disease, which occurs when there is a deficiency of antioxidants. It can improve protein, enzyme, and bilirubin levels within one’s blood. As one ages, they produce less glutathione. Low glutathione levels contribute to less fat burning, which means more fat storing in the body. Increased glutathione levels can help with insulin resistance and fat burning.
  • Inositol – A member of the B vitamin family and is associated with choline. It helps in reducing blood cholesterol, the metabolism of fats, and is known to help control mood and appetite.
  • L-Carnitine – An essential nutrient and dietary supplement. It transports fatty acids to the cells’ mitochondria, which burns the fats, to produce usable energy. The body can generate L-Carnitine out of amino acids’ lysine, methionine, and vitamin C. L-Carnitine can be found in foods such as meat and fish.
  • Magnesium – An essential nutrient for a healthy body. Magnesium has many jobs when it comes to helping the body out; it assists in blood sugar levels, blood pressure, making protein, bone density, regulating muscle and nerve function, and working with over 300 enzymes within the body.
  • Methionine – Sulphur amino acid that supports the digestive system, removes heavy metals within the body, assists in breaking down fats and is an essential for detoxifying the liver. Avoid if one has an allergy to Sulphur.
  • Zinc – Supports overall developmental growth, along with pregnancy. The body does not store zinc; therefore, a daily dose of zinc is highly recommended. It also aids in the body’s general health when it comes to cell division, immune function, protein synthesis and wound healing.

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