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  • Boost cognitive function.
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  • Support the health and function of the brain.
  • Increases concentration.
  • Support immune function.
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– Frequencies Length: 60 min. of Rife Bioresonace Frequencies in sequence patterns.
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– Pages: 28 pages including value of Rife BioResonance Frequencies, Importance of Chakras, Food and Supplement Energy, Vibrations, How to Practice Meditation, Role of Rife Frequency in Cancer and Diseases.
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Ingredients & Benefits
  • ●● Vitamin A (beta carotene) :
  • Supports vision health, skin health, immune health, and increases antioxidant support.
  • Supports antioxidant function via decreased inflammatory cytokines (inflammation), decreased reactive oxygen species, and increased L-glutathione production (master antioxidant).
  • Supports visual health via increased amounts of plasma vitamin A in macular (eye) tissues.
  • ●● Vitamin C :
  • Supports immune health via increased oxidant, free radical scavenging, and fueling neutrophilic (immune cell) activity in chemotaxis, phagocytosis, and microbial killing.
  • Supports fat burning by increasing carnitine biosynthesis (molecule required for mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation).
  • Supports accelerate bone healing after a fracture, increase type I collagen synthesis, and reduce oxidative stress (inflammation).
  • ●● Vitamin D :
  • Supports exercise performance, immune health, muscle growth, optimal bone health, hormonal health, immune function, increased sexual health, cardiovascular health, glucose tolerance, strength, and positive mood.
  • Supports hormonal health via high amounts of vitamin D receptor (VDR) activity in hormone-based negative feedback loop reactions.
  • Supports cardiovascular health via improved absorption of calcium, reduced atherosclerotic activity, stimulating cardio-myocytes, and improved vascular health.
  • Supports exercise performance via reduced exercise-associated inflammation and muscle damage.
  • Supports sexual health via increased activity of Vitamin D receptor activity of testosterone production.
  • Supports immune function via decreases of inflammatory cytokines and aiding immune cells.
  • Supports joint health via regulating calcium and phosphorus and bone remodeling along with other calcium-regulating actions.
  • ●● Vitamin E :
  • Supports immune function, cognitive health, cardiovascular health, and bone health.
  • Supports immune health via neutralizing free radicals and reactive oxygen species, and increased T lymphocyte-mediated immune function.
  • Supports cardiovascular health via reduced cholesterol.
  • Supports cognitive function via reduced oxidative stress, inflammation, and DNA damage of neuronal tissues.
  • ●● Vitamin B1 (thiamine) :
  • Supports aerobic energy metabolism (oxidative phosphorylation), cell growth, optimal neuronal conduction (nerve impulses), and cardiovascular health.
  • Supports cardiovascular function and aids as a neuro protective agent in individuals with vitamin B-1 deficiencies.
  • ●● Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) :
  • Supports conversion and activation of other B vitamins, red blood cell production and serves as a co-factor for both glucose and fat metabolism (energy production).
  • ●● Vitamin B3 (niacin) :
  • Major B vitamin that supports cardiovascular health by inhibiting hepatic (liver) triglyceride synthesis, reducing very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) secretion, and increasing HDL plasma concentrations.
  • Reduces conversion of VLDL into LDL proteins and serum lipoprotein concentrations in plasma (blood).
  • Vital for regulation of gene expression, cell cycle progression, and DNA repair, and cell death.
  • Supports healthy inflammatory response via antioxidant and anti-apoptotic (prevention of cell death) properties.
  • Prevents pathologies (diseases) such as Pellagra and reduces the prevalence of nervous anorexia, cancer, and Crohn’s disease.
  • ●● Vitamin B6 :
  • Serves as a co-factor in more than 150 enzymatic reactions associated in blood sugar regulation, immunity, cardiovascular function, neuronal health, metabolic, and digestive health.
  • Reduces plasma glucose (blood sugar levels) via by inhibiting the activity of small-intestinal Ξ±-glucosidases (enzymes associated with glucose metabolism).
  • Functions as an antioxidant by counteracting the formation of reactive oxygen species (inflammatory markers) and advanced glycation end-products.
  • May support blood sugar regulation in women with gestational diabetes.
  • Co-factor for enzymes involved in DNA metabolism.
  • ●● Folic Acid :
  • May support proper cell growth and DNA synthesis.
  • ●● Biotin :
  • Supports conversion of food into cellular energy, hair health, skin health, and cognitive function.
  • Enhances glucose breakdown into skeletal muscle tissue.
  • ●● Vitamin B5 :
  • Supports energy production, cell growth, cell repair, cognitive function, increased hippocampal volume (memory), and optimized bio energetics (burning of carbohydrates, fat, and protein).
  • ●● Calcium :
  • Supports bone health, muscle function, and cardiovascular health.
  • Regulates processes of bone resorption, mineralization, and fracture repair.
  • Increases the effect of physical exercise on bone mineral acquisition in the period preceding puberty.
  • Prevents the development of pre-eclampsia.
  • ●● Iron :
  • Supports red blood cell formation, immune function, and antioxidant support.
  • May increases oxygen uptake into red blood cells of Iron deficient individuals.
  • May support gut health of iron-deficient individuals.
  • Combats anemia in Iron deficient individuals.
  • ●● Magnesium :
  • Supports optimal nerve function, muscle contractions, cardiovascular, bone health, and decreased anxiety.
  • Supports biological reactions such as ATP-fueledreactions and pancreatic insulin secretion.
  • Supports reduction systolic blood pressure, fasting glucose, triglycerides, and healthy HDL levels.
  • Reduces peripheral cortisol levels in the CNS and supports relaxation and decreased anxiety.
  • ●● Zinc :
  • Supports immune function, skin health, cognitive function, and vision.
  • Supports stimulation of the innate and adaptive immune system.
  • Supports the activation of lymphocytes and activation of innate and T cell-mediated immunity.
  • Supports cognitive function by modulation of neuronal signaling in areas of the brain associated with memory and learning (hippocampus).
  • ●● Selenium :
  • Supports antioxidant function, cardiovascular health, cognitive function, thyroid health, and immune health.
  • Combats atherosclerosis, high cholesterol (hyper-cholesterolemia) and type 1 diabetes.
  • Supports thyroid health via decreased circulating thyroid auto antibodies in patients with chronic autoimmune thyroiditis (AIT).
  • Increases the activity of selenoproteins that decrease reactive oxygen species (inflammation), increases natural killer activity, and increases glutathione (master antioxidant) levels.
  • ●● Copper :
  • Supports healthy blood sugar levels, energy metabolism and cholesterol management.
  • ●● Manganese :
  • Supports enzymatic antioxidant reactions, increased bone mineral density, and blood sugar regulation.
  • ●● Molybdenum :
  • Increases enzymatic reactions involved in sulfite metabolism and detoxification.
  • ●● Chromium :
  • Supports insulin function, reduced cholesterol, improved blood sugar regulation and may lower cholesterol.
  • ●● DMAE Bitartrate :
  • Increases acetylcholine levels in the brain.
  • ●● L-Glutamine :
  • The mostabundant amino acid in skeletal muscle that fuels immune cells, improves exercise recovery, and optimizes gut microbiome.
  • Vital for lymphocyte (immune cell) proliferation (growth) and paramount in neutrophil (immune cell) destruction of bacteria.
  • Vital for activation of genetic signals that support immune function and vitality.
  • Glutamine is utilized by immune cells at high rates during catabolic conditions (post-surgery, sepsis, burns, and extreme exercise.
  • ●● Glutamic Acid :
  • Supports cognitive function and focus.
  • ●● Green Tea Extract :
  • A potentpolyphenolic antioxidant that supports blood pressure, insulin sensitivity, and metabolic health.
  • High in ECGC (epigallocatechin gallate).
  • ECGC is shown to reduce body fat mass, increase fat oxidation(burning) and increase caloric expenditure during exercise.
  • Potent anti-inflammatory compound supporting glutathione production and inhibition of pro-inflammatory markers (cytokines).
  • Reduces oxidative stress (chronic inflammation in the body).
  • ●● Choline :
  • Essential for cell membrane integrity, cell messaging, fat metabolism, DNA synthesis, immune support, and nervous system function.
  • Serves as a methyl donor and as a precursor for the production of cell membranes.
  • Precursor for acetylcholine (neurotransmitter) which activates receptors in the central nervous system-mediated immune responses (Ξ±7nAchR).
  • Lifelong choline supplementation may combat neurodegenerative diseases by reducing amyloid-Ξ² plaque load (plaques of degrading neurons).
  • Reduces the concentration of total homocysteine (inflammation marker) in individuals with low levels of folate and other B vitamins (Bβ‚‚, B₆, and B₁₂).
  • ●● Inositol :
  • Supports liver detoxification, combats metabolic syndrome, and aids as an antioxidant.
  • Combats metabolic syndrome via reduced levels of triglycerides, total-and LDL-cholesterol.
  • Supports antioxidant function via reduced levels of reactive oxygen species and inflammatory markers(interleukin 6).
  • ●● N-Acetyl Tyrosine :
  • Supports memory, cognitive flexibility, the executive function of the brain, and convergent thinking.
  • The precursorto dopamine and is vital for dopamine synthesis in the brain.
  • Supports cognitive function in individuals with high amounts of stress and anxiety.
  • Increases dopamine levels in highly stressed individuals.
  • ●● Bilberry Fruit :
  • Supports vision health, cardiovascular function, increased nitric oxide production, andantioxidant support.
  • ●● Grape Seed Extract :
  • Supports increased nitric oxide production, reduces blood pressure, reduces DNA damage, increases collagen production, increases bone strength, and aids as a neuro-protective agent.
  • Supports antioxidant function via modulation of antioxidant enzyme expression, protection against oxidative damage, and reduced reactive oxygen species.
  • Supports cardiovascular health via reduced atherosclerosis, inhibiting lipid per oxidation, and improved endothelial vascular function.
  • ●● Olive Leaf :
  • Supports cardiovascular health, antioxidant function, and controlled blood sugar levels.
  • Supports Cardiovascular health via reduction of systolic BP, LDL, and inflammatory biomarkers.
  • Supports antioxidant function via anti-inflammatory polyphenols that protect against DNA damage initiated by free radicals.
  • Combats major inflammatory path ways via anti-inflammatory change involving inflammation pathway (NF-ΞΊB inhibition).
  • Supports blood sugar regulation via improved insulin sensitivity and pancreatic Ξ²-cell (cells responsible for secreting insulin) secretory capacity.
  • ●● Licorice Root :
  • Supports anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic, and antimicrobial properties.
  • ●● Boron :
  • Supports increased bone mineral density, muscle function, hormonal balance, and immune function.
  • ●● DHA (Fish Oil) :
  • Vital for optimal cardiovascular, hormonal, immune, cognitive, digestive health, and recovery from exercise.
  • Fish oil consumption of 6 grams per day has been shown to reduce inflammation, reduce muscle soreness, and reduced the perception of pain in exercising individuals.
  • Increases skeletal muscle hypertrophy than individuals consuming only whey protein post-exercise.
  • Supports cardiovascular health by decreasing atrial fibrillation, atherosclerosis (plaque buildup), thrombosis, blood pressure, and supporting blood lipid profiles (cholesterol panel).
  • Lowers blood pressure via increased production nitric oxide production and induced endothelial relaxation.
  • Supports healthy information by decreasing c-reactive protein (inflammatory markers) in the body and increasing insulin sensitivity.
  • Supports cognitive health by increasing the concentration of omega 3 fatty acids in the cell membranes of the cerebral cortex and synaptic vesicles.
  • ●● Vanadyl Sulfate :
  • Supports blood sugar regulation via improved insulin sensitivity and pancreatic beta-cellfunction (cells that produce insulin).
  • ●● Phosphatidylserine :
  • Supports cognitive function, memory, and focus, and reduced stress.
  • Reduces prevalence of short-term memory loss in ADHD patients improved prefrontal cortex (PFC) pyramidal cells function.
  • Increases dopamine and acetylcholine release via maintenance of acetylcholine supply.
  • Reduces cortisol levels in the frontal Brian regions during stressful activity.
  • ●● Huperzine A :
  • Supports cognitive function, memory, focus, and combats neuro degenerative disease.
  • Combats neuro degenerative disease via improvement of cognitive function, daily living activity, and global clinical assessment in participants with Alzheimer’s disease.

Proper Use of This Supplement :

Suggested Use:As a dietary supplement take two (2) veggie capsules once a day. For best results take 20-30 minutes before a meal with an 8 oz glass of water, or as directed by your health care professional.

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