Ingredients : Acetyl L carnitine, Vegetable capsule, Alpha lipoic acid, Adenosine triphosphate, Coenzyme Q10, Glutathione, Nicotinamide, Dry extract of bitter melon fruit (momordica charantia), Riboflavin Anti-caking agents: maltodextrin, magnesium stearate,
PRESENTATION Box of 30 capsules. Net weight 11g
Directions for use: Take 1 capsule between two meals with a glass of water or 2 capsules per day. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. The use of this dietary supplement should not be a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of children. Store cool, dry and away from light. Product not recommended for diabetics, pregnant and lactating women
PROPERTIES Vitamin PP, or B3 or niacin, is a water-soluble (water-soluble) vitamin produced naturally by our body, in small quantities. It helps convert food into glucose through the processing of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Having no harmful effect on the skin and mucous membranes, it prevents atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) thanks to its action on cholesterol and triglycerides (fats).
Vitamin B2 or riboflavin uses oxygen by intervening on the metabolism of acids, aminos, fats and carbohydrates. It participates in the production of red blood cells and antibodies.
Bitter melon, related to squash (of the Cucurbitaceae family) is an edible fruit, known to strengthen the immune system. Its deworming and purgative properties, allow it to regulate the secretion of insulin in our body.
Acetyl-L-carnitine is a derivative of the amino acids lysine and methionine. It plays a leading role in energy production, and in cell regeneration, which facilitates the transport of fatty acids. Helping to improve the intellectual performance and cognitive abilities of human beings (attention, visual coordination, etc.), it facilitates the reduction of symptoms of depression and weight loss by increasing metabolism. It also acts on the formation of lipofuscines (cellular detritus that constitutes the "age spots").
Alpha lipoic acid is naturally present in the body and can be synthesized by it. From the quarantine, the concentration of this antioxidant gradually decreases.
It is a fundamental element to ensure energy production, cellular protection against free radicals and cell regeneration. It has the particularity of being both water-soluble and fat-soluble, hence its use by almost all of our cells. It can bind to heavy metals to facilitate their removal and protect DNA from damage.
Adenosine triphosphate or ATP, is a highly soluble molecule that provides by hydrolysis (decomposition by water) the energy necessary for the chemical reactions of metabolism; it is a nucleotide (an organic molecule that is the basic element of a nucleic acid such as DNA) used to store and transport energy. ATP is constantly produced by our body and is therefore not stored. It is involved in the metabolism of muscle and nerve tissue. It is a key element of muscle contraction, without which we could not perform any movement.
Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone) is an enzyme that governs cellular energy production whose role is similar to that of a vitamin. 100% natural, it comes exclusively from the fermentation of yeast, beetroot, and sugar cane. Very important for the energy capital of the body, it is regularly associated with chemical treatments against hypertension, because of its action on the strengthening of the body. This enzyme, which helps in the construction of new healthy tissue by providing a younger quality of skin, more resistant to the effects of pollution and stress, also acts on blood sugar levels. Generally speaking, this molecule helps the human body fight against any type of infection, strengthening the immune system, while keeping maximum protection of the bacterial flora of each organism.
L-glutation is a small protein called tri-peptide composed of three amino acids: glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. Naturally present in the cells of our body, it defends them by promoting the elimination of free radicals and toxins, by stimulating the immune system. It promotes the production of lymphocytes (white blood cell). This main antioxidant of our cells is in addition, a powerful detoxifier.
Maltodextrin is a bulking agent (which makes it possible to give a consistency to a foodstuff without impacting its calorific value) incorporated into tablets
Magnesium stearate: anti-caking agent to lubricate the ingredients contained in a capsule and increase the consistency of the composition.
A bit of history... The first description of the vitamin PP or B3 molecule was made by Hugo Weidel in 1873 during one of his studies for nicotine. He obtains it by oxidation of nicotine with citric acid. The name B3 is attributed to it because it is the third B vitamin to have been discovered.
Bitter melon, known in India as Karela, is used in the composition of certain dishes such as sauces. In countries like Mexico, the fresh juice of this fruit, related to squash, was appreciated in diabetes care. In the past, all parts of this plant were used for medicinal purposes, its fruit possessing the best virtues.
Isolated from red meat in 1905 and synthesized in the laboratory in 1927, acetyl-L-carnitine will not be defined for its role as a transporter of lipids in cells until the mid-twentieth century. Bodybuilders use carnitine to reduce their fat mass while increasing their performance and speed of recovery.
Alpha lipoic acid is a coenzyme created by our body from sulfur amino acids. Discovered in 1930, it is first considered a vitamin. When it was discovered that the human body synthesized it, it was renamed alpha lipoic acid (in 1957).
Adenosine triphosphate is a chemical substance that is characterized by the instability of the bond of two of its three phosphorus atoms that releases significant energy.
Coenzyme Q10, isolated and discovered during the late 50s in the United States, was not recognized as an essential element for the body until 1978, thanks to the English chemist Peter Mitchell, who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for this important discovery.
L-Glutathione, a tripeptide formed by the condensation of glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine was discovered in the nineteenth century by Dr. Rey Pailhade. The level of glutathione naturally decreases with age. Very well known to pregnant and lactating women, it allows a good development of the fetus and neutralizes pollutants harmful to children.