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90+ vitamins, minerals, and protective phytonutrients, combined with probiotics and enzymes for advanced cellular nutrition. It includes AM and PM formulas for a 24-hour cycle of nutrition, phytonutrients for different aspects of cell health, and absorption boosting ingredients. It also includes specific phytonutrients that have been shown to have positive epigenetic effects at the cellular level.
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Amt Per Serving%DV
|VITAMINS (includes natural and organic sources)|
(as retinyl palmitate)
Vitamin A is a category of nutritional organic compounds including retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, and various provitamin A carotenoids, among which beta-carotene is the most important. Vitamin A is important for growth and development, for immune system health, and good vision. It also stimulates the production and activity of white blood cells, takes part in remodeling bone, and regulates cell growth and division. High levels can be found in sweet potato, carrots, and spinach. Vitamin A defficiency can lead to cornea and vision impairement. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 5,000 IU per day.Learn More
|2,500 IU50%||2,500 IU50%|
|Vitamin C |
(as calcium ascorbate)
Vitamin C, L-ascorbic acid, or simply ascorbate, is an essential water-soluble nutrient well known for its antioxidant activity. The body also needs vitamin C to make collagen, a protein required for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of the body. In addition, vitamin C improves the absorption of iron from plant-based foods and helps the immune system work properly to protect the body from disease. High levels can be found in papaya, bell peppers, broccoli, strawberries, and oranges. Lack of Vitamin C can lead to a condition called oxidative stress, which has an impact on cardiovascular disease, hypertension, chronic inflammatory diseases, and diabetes. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 90 mg per day.Learn More
|120 mg200%||120 mg200%|
|Vitamin D3 |
Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble compounds that enhance intestinal absorption of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate and zinc. The most important compound in this group is vitamin D3 (also known as cholecalciferol) and vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol). Cholecalciferol and ergocalciferol can be ingested from the diet and from supplements. The body can also synthesize vitamin D (specifically cholecalciferol) in the skin, when sun exposure is adequate. Other than regulating mineral levels, it may help prevent osteoperosis. Vitamin D defficiency can lead to a disease called rickets, as well as other health problems. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 10 mcg (400 IU) per day.Learn More
|500 IU125%||500 IU125%|
(from mixed natural tocopherols)
Vitamin E is a group of ten lipid-soluble compounds that include both tocopherols and tocotrienols. As a fat-soluble antioxidant, it stops the production of free radicals formed when fat undergoes oxidation. Vitamin E is important as an antioxidant, an enzymatic activity regulator, and also plays a role in neurolocial functions. The most important role of Vitamin E may be cell signaling. Vitamin E in the form of y-Tocopherol include sources such as corn oil, soybean oil, margarine, and dressings. Vitamin E in the form of a-tocopherol, the most biologically active form of vitamin E, is the second-most common form of vitamin E in the diet, found most abundantly in wheat germ oil, sunflower, and safflower oils. Lack of Vitamin E can lead to vision problems, muscle weakness, and loss of muscle mass. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 10 milligrams per day.Learn More
|15 IU50%||15 IU50%|
|Vitamin K2 |
Vitamin K is a group of fat-soluble vitamins the human body needs for blood coagulation, to maintian strong bones and prevent heart disease. High levels can be found in kale, spinach, and mustard greens. Without vitamin K, blood coagulation is seriously impaired, and uncontrolled bleeding occurs. Low levels of vitamin K also weaken bones and promote calcification of arteries and other soft tissues.The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 80 mcg per day.Learn More
|40 mcg50%||40 mcg50%|
(as thiamin HCI)
Thiamine, also known as thiamin or vitamin B1, is a water-soluble vitamin that helps the body’s cells change carbohydrates into energy. It is found in enriched, fortified, and whole grain products such as bread, cereal, rice, pasta, and flour. It is also found in beef, liver, pork, nuts and seeds. If thiamine is not present in the diet, it leads to detrimental neurological, gastrointestinal, and cardiovascular efects. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 1.2 mg per day.Learn More
|3 mg200%||3 mg200%|
(as riboflavin and riboflavin-5-phosphate)
Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2, is part of the vitamin B group. It helps the body to convert carbohydrates into glucose, which is “burned” to produce energy. It also helps the body metabolize fats and protein. B complex vitamins are necessary for healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. They also help the nervous system function properly.It is found in dairy products, eggs, green leafy vegetables, ean meats, legumes, milk, and nuts. Lack of riboflavin can cause anemia, mouth or lip sores, skin disorders, sore throat, and swelling of mucus membranes. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 1.3 mg per day.Learn More
|4.5 mg265%||4.5 mg265%|
Niacin, also known as vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid, is an organic compound and an essential human nutrient. Niacin increases levels of HDL in the blood and has been found to decrease the risk of cardiovascular events modestly in a number of controlled human trials. High levels are found in foods such as liver, heart, kidney, chicken, beef, tuna, salmon, halibut, enriched breads and cereals, eggs, and nuts. Insufficient niacin in the diet can cause nausea, skin and mouth lesions, anemia, headaches, and tiredness. Chronic niacin deficiency leads to a disease called pellagra. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 16 mg per day.Learn More
|23 mg115%||23 mg115%|
Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin that is part of the B complex group. It functions as a cofactor in many enzyme reactions in amino acid, glucose, and lipid metabolism. It helps make antibodies needed to fight disease, maintian normal nerve function, make hemoglobin, break down proteins, and keep blood sugar levels normal. High levels of vitamin B6 are found in foods such as tuna, turkey, beef, chicken, and sweet potato. Severe and chronic vitamin B6 defficiency can cause atrophic glossitis with ulceration, angular cheilitis, conjunctivitis, intertrigo, and neurologic symptoms of somnolence, confusion, and neuropathy, among other disorders. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 2 mg per day.
|8 mg400%||2 mg100%|
Folate, also known as water-soluble Vitamin B9, is essential for numerous bodily functions. The human body needs folate to synthesize DNA, repair DNA, and methylate DNA, as well as to act as a cofactor in certain biological reactions. It is especially important in aiding rapid cell division and growth, such as during infancy and pregnancy. Children and adults both require folate to produce healthy red blood cells and prevent anemia. High levels are found in foods such as lentils, pinto beans, garbanzo beans, and asparagus. Folate defficiency can lead to lethargy, fatigue, irritability, and even diarrhea. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 400 mcg per day.
|200 mcg50%||200 mcg50%|
|Vitamin B12 |
Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin that plays a critical role in normal brain and nervous system function, and in the formation of blood. It is normally involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body, especially affecting DNA synthesis and regulation, but also fatty acid metabolism and amino acid metabolism. High levels of vitamin B12 are naturally found in animal products such as fish, meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products. Vitamin B12 defficiency can cause weakness, rapid heartbeat and breathing, easy bruising, bleeding gums, upset stomach, diarrhea or constipation. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 400 mcg per day.
|120 mcg2000%||6 mcg100%|
Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin also known as vitamin H, coenzyme R, or vitamin B7. Biotin is necessary for cell growth, the production of fatty acids, the metabolism of fats and amino acids, as well as healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. It may also be helpful in maintaining steady blood sugar levels. High concentrations can be found in brewer’s yeast, cooked eggs, especially egg yolk, sardines, nuts (almonds, peanuts, pecans, walnuts) and nut butters, soybeans, and other legumes (beans, blackeye peas). Biotin defficiency may lead to hair and nail problems. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 300 mcg per day.
|150 mcg50%||150 mcg50%|
(as D-calcium pantothenate)
Pantothenic acid, also known as pantothenate or vitamin B5, is a water-soluble vitamin. It helps the body make use of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins as energy sources. Without it, the body would be unable to make hormones and the immune system would collapse. Small quantities of pantothenic acid are found in nearly every food, with high amounts in avocado, whole-grain cereals, legumes, eggs, meat, royal jelly, and yogurt. Shitake and Crimini mushrooms have the highest levels. Defficiency may cause impaired energy production, irritability, and fatigue. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 5 milligrams per day.
|7 mg70%||7 mg70%|
(as calcium citrate & carbonate)
Calcium is a mineral that plays a critical role in human physiology and biochemistry. It makes up about 1-2% of an adult human’s body weight. Your body needs calcium to build and sustain strong bones, help control muscle and nerve function, and maintain overall cardiovascular health. High levels of calcium can be found in tofu, sesame seeds, sardines, and yogurt. Minor symptoms of calcium deficiency may include numbness or tingling of the fingers, muscle cramps, lethargy and poor appetite, while more serious symptoms may include mental confusion, skeletal malformations, dermatitis, osteoporosis (brittle, thin, porous bones that easily break) and rickets disease. The North American Dietary Reference Intake recommends 5 mg per day.
|100 mg10%||100 mg10%|
(as potassium iodide and from kelp)
Iodine, consumed principally as its iodide salts, is an essential trace element which is vital to the function of the thyroid gland. Thyroid hormones regulate many important biochemical reactions, including protein synthesis and enzymatic activity, and are critical determinants of metabolic activity. High levels of iodine are found in sea plants such as kelp, as well as scallops and cod. Iodine deficiency is the most common cause of thyroid enlargement and goiter, which can lead to difficulty swallowing and breathing. The North American Dietary Reference Intake is 150 mcg per day.
|75 mcg50%||75 mcg50%|
(as magnesium amino acid chelate)
Magnesium is an essential mineral found in every organ in the body, especially in the heart, muscles, and kidneys. It also contributes to the makeup of teeth and bones. It activates enzymes, contributes to energy production, and helps regulate calcium levels, along with copper, zinc, potassium, vitamin D, and other important nutrients in the body. High levels are found in pumpkin seeds, spinach, soybeans, and sesame seeds. Magnesium deficiency is rare in humans, but may include neurologic or neuromuscular defects that could worsen over time into agitation and anxiety, sleep disorders, irritability, nausea and vomiting, abnormal heart rhythms, low blood pressure, confusion, muscle spasm and weakness, hyperventilation, insomnia, poor nail growth, and even seizures. The North American Dietary Reference Intake is 420 mg per day for men and 320 mg per day for women.
(as zinc glycinate chelate)
Zinc is an essential mineral required for the proper function of several biological processes, including: immune function, protein synthesis, wound healing, DNA synthesis and cell division. Its function is also associated with cardiovascular disease and glycemic control. It is also involved with diseases that result from a variety of deficiencies in cellular and molecular processes, including diabetes. Foods high in zinc include beef, lamb, sesame seeds, and pumpkin seeds. The North American Dietary Reference Intake is 15 mg per day for men, and 8 mg per day for women.
|7.5 mg50%||7.5 mg50%|
Selenium is a trace element naturally present in many foods. Selenium is nutritionally essential for humans, playing critical roles in reproduction, thyroid hormone metabolism, DNA synthesis, and protection from oxidative damage and infection. Levels in plant food diets are often closely related to the selenium content of the soil in which the plants have been grown. High levels can be found in tuna, shrimp, sardines, whole grains, and nuts. The North American Dietary Reference Intake is 55 mcg per day.
|35 mcg50%||35 mcg50%|
(as copper bisglycinate chelate)
Copper is an essential mineral, or trace element, present in all body tissues that is vital to human health. It stimulates the immune system to fight infections, to repair injured tissues, and to promote healing. It also helps the body neutralize free radicals as an anti-oxidant, preventing cell damage. Additionally, this micronutrient helps the body form red blood cells, maintain nerve cells, absorb iron, and create energy. It also helps form collagen necessary for the maintenance of bone and connective tissue. High levels can be found in sesame seeds, cashews, and soybeans. Although rare, copper deficiency can cause fatigue, paleness, skin sores, edema, slowed growth, hair loss, anorexia, diarrhea and dermatitis. The North American Dietary Reference Intake is 2000 mcg (2 mg) per day.
|1 mg50%||1 mg50%|
(as manganese bisglycinate chelate)
Manganese is a nutritionally essential mineral trace element. It functions as a component of multiple enzymes that assist the body in free radical neutralization, metabolism, bone development, and wound healing. Manganese superoxide dismutase (MnSOD) is the principal antioxidant enzyme in the mitochondria, and therefore critical to cell health. High levels are found in cloves, oats, brown rice, and garbanzo beans. Manganese deficiency may cause impaired growth, decreased serum cholesterol levels, and skin rash. The North American Dietary Reference Intake is 2.3 mg per day for men and 1.8 mg per day for women.
|1 mg50%||1 mg50%|
(as chromium amino acid chelate)
Chromium is a nutritionally essential mineral that humans require in trace amounts. Chromium enhances the action of insulin, which is a hormone critical to the metabolism and storage of carbohydrates, fats, and protein. High levels are found in broccoli, barley, and oats. Chromium deficiency may cause weight loss, neuropathy, and symptoms similar to diabetes, like impaired glucose tolerance. The North American Dietary Reference Intake is 35 mcg per day for men and 25 mcg per day for women. Consumption of chromium is typically much higher, but absorption of chromium from the intestinal tract is low, ranging from less than 0.4% to 2.5% of the amount consumed.
|60 mcg50%||60 mcg50%|
(as molybdenum amino acid chelate)
Molybdenum is a nutritionally essential mineral trace element present in very small amounts in the body. It is involved in many important biological processes, possibly including development of the nervous system, waste processing in the kidneys, and energy production in cells. It is an essential cofactor of enzymes and aids in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. High levels are found in beans, lentils, and split peas. Most people get enough molybdenum from their diets, so deficiency of this element is extremely rare, such as in patients with Crohn’s disease, and may include rapid heart and respiratory rate or headaches. The North American Dietary Reference Intake is 45 mcg per day.
|37.5 mcg50%||37.5 mcg40%|
(as potassium citrate)
Potassium was first isolated from potash, the ashes of plants, from which its name is derived. In nature, potassium occurs only in ionic salts.
|TELOMERE LENGTH BLEND|
Purslane is a weed type plant that contains the digesting enzyme lipase, and may support fat digestion. It’s a natural source of many essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and protein, and it also has antioxidant properties. Purslane is a rich source of alpha linolenic acid, and other omega-3 fatty acids. It also may support heart health.
|Turmeric root extract |
Tumeric is a member of the ginger family; a popular spice used in curries. It is mildly hot and has a warming effect. It contains curcuminoids that possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and anti-fungal properties. Curcuminoids are polyphenals with molecular activity that helps to protect many tissues throughout the body.
(as vanadium chelate)
Vanadium is a mineral needed by the body in small amounts. It’s called a trace mineral. It’s found in seaweed, seafood, plants and invertebrates. Some trace minerals are essential for normal body functions and to maintain health. Vanadium helps teeth and bones to stay healthy.
|L-Arginine HCI |
This amino acid is necessary for the creation of proteins in the body. It can be obtained by adding red meat, poultry, fish and dairy to the diet. It converts into nitric oxide in the body and nitric oxide widens the veins to aid in blood flow, so it may support vascular health and improve exercise tolerance.
|Fenugreek seed |
Fenugreek seed is a commonly used spice, but it also has medicinal effects and contains vitamins A and C, alkaloids, flavanoids and other nutrients. Numerous beneficial biochemical reactions include; antioxidant effects,digestion stimulation, and blood vessel health. It has a soothing effect on symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. It’s also an antibacterial agent and an anti-carcinogenic.
|Korean ginseng root extract|
Ginseng root extract is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb used as a tonic since ancient times. It’s well known for the positive effects it has on fatigue and mental concentration. This Panax form of ginseng has pharmacological effects on multiple medical conditions; anti-stress, anti-oxidant, anti-cancer, diabetes, immune system, vascular system, nervous system.
|Borage seed oil |
(10% gamma-linolenic acid), Evening primrose oil (4.8% GLA)
Borage seed oil is a great source of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). This omega-6 fatty acid supports many tissues in the body. It is an essential fatty acid that the body produces by converting linoleic acid from other dietary sources, but adding GLA directly by using borage seed oil contributes to the supply, providing nutritional value to many cells throughout the body, including hair, skin and nail cells. It has immune boosting properties, antioxidant effects on cells, and anti-inflammatory effects.
|Milk thistle seed extract |
The seeds of this plant have shown detoxifying and antioxidant properties. Sylimarin is the major active constituent of milk thistle, found in the seeds. Milk thistle’s beneficial effects on liver and gall bladder health have been known for centuries. There are seven major flavonoligans and one flavonoid in slylimarin that act as antioxidants and anti inflammatory agents, supporting the immune system.
|GENE EXPRESSION SUPPORT BLEND|
resVida® is a proprietary form of trans-resveratrol, which is a polyphenolic compound called a stilbene found in red wine, grapes, and grape juice. Scientists originally became interested in this compound due to the “French Paradox” – the observation that despite diets higher in saturated fat and high rates of cigarette smoking, people in France have a low death rate from coronary heart disease. Scientists speculated it may be due to the larger quantities of polyphenols the French consume via red wine. In studies, trans-resveratrol has shown antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and potentially anti-atherogenic effects. In fact, one placebo-controlled human study found that heart disease patients given red grape polyphenol extract experienced acute improvements in endothelial function. Reports on the potential for resveratrol to inhibit the development of cancer and extend lifespan in cell culture and animal models have continued to generate scientific interest.
|12 mg*||15 mg*|
Alpha-lipoic acid is a non-vitamin coenzyme with antioxidants. It is produced in small quantities by the body, and it participates in the metabolism significantly. It supports the health of the brain, eyes, hair, skin and nails. Although produced by the body, it is also found in foods such as liver, kidney, yeast, spinach, broccoli, and potatoes.
|15 mg*||12 mg*|
|Betaine HCI |
Betaine is a substance the body manufactures inside the mitochondria, and is important for liver functions, but it also plays a role in heart health and kidney health. It is found in high levels in the following foods: wheat bran, wheat germ, spinach, and beets. Betaine hydrochloride is the hydrochloride form of betaine and is known for supporting healthy homocystein levels. Betaine also plays a role in DNA methylation, and this is critical because incomplete DNA methylation may lead to genetic instability, senescence, and cancer, and optimal “methylation diets,” including betaine, have been suggested for the prevention and treatment of a variety of conditions.
|5 mg*||5 mg*|
This amino acid is naturally occurring in the body and used in energy production. High concentration food sources include red meat and dairy. Supplementation is used for body building, strict vegetarians, and dieters. It’s important for brain and muscle health, as well as other body functions. Adding L-Carnitine to the diet may allow improvement in exercise performance and the body’s use of ATP. L-Carnitine also may enhance recovery time after exercising, and might be supportive of heart health.
|5 mg*||5 mg*|
|L-carnitine HCl |
L-Carnitine HCl is a natural occurring amino acid in the body, through the conversion of L-carnitine, and used by cells to produce fuel for energy. It is also known as acetyl L-carnitine, and is involved in regulating the brain (supporting cognitive functioning and the nervous system), heart, and muscles. Red meat and dairy are highly concentrated sources of this amino acid. Notably, acetyl L-carnitine HCL is being studied for its use in treating a variety of disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
|NUCLEUS AND CELL MEMBRANE ANTIOXIDANT PROTECTION BLEND|
(from bilberry fruit and grape skin extracts)
Anthocyanins are powerful flavanoids that contain antiseptic, astringent, circulatory, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory effects. They occur naturally in fruits and vegetables as red and blue pigments, with high concentrations found in blue and red berries. Anthocyanins have demonstrated usefulness in a wide array of biomedical functions. They include cardiovascular disease, inflammatory responses, and advancing age-induced oxidative stress as an antioxidant. With this antioxidant quality, these compounds help protect genomic DNA integrity by suppressing DNA-dmaging free radicals within cells. Anthocyanins also have supportive effects on certain vision disorders.
|Cruciferous vegetable concentrate |
(broccoli, kale, radish)
Fresh spinach, cabbage and broccoli are among some of the cruciferous vegetables (Cruciferae family) possessing phytochemicals and enzymes that provide many health benefits. There are antioxidants, phenols, plant sterols, sulforaphane, indoles, and monoterpenes contained in these vegetables. They act as detoxifying agents and immune system boosters. A healthy diet containing these vegetables helps support memory and other brain functions, as well as general health throughout a lifetime. They also provide a natural source of fiber that may support a healthy cholesterol level.
|12 mg*||- -|
|Grape skin extract |
Grape skin extract supplies phenolic compounds that are found in plants like grapes and berries. Resveratrol is a key phenol in grape skin extract that has antioxidant effects on cells throughout the entire body. This extract possesses anti-inflammatory, properties, as well as immune boosting properties and cardiovascular system support. The flavonoids in grape skin extract help to support eye health with a strengthening effect on the capillaries. Regarding anti-aging, the phenolics in this extract help to maintain cell integrity by fighting off free radicals that can damage healthy cells.
|Green barley grass|
Green barley grass is one of many types of green grasses. The nutrient rich young green shoots of this grass, that form before the grain, contain most of the nutrients in the plant. Green barley grass contains vitamin C, polyphenols, amino acids, enzymes, and many essential trace minerals, that it absorbs from the soil in which it grows. It also contains chlorophyll, a natural detoxifier, potent antioxidant capable of reducing free radicals while reducing cell damage, and anti-bacterial. Chlorophyll is currently being studied for its positive effects on colon cells and its potential ability to reduce the risk of colon cancer.
|Tomato lycopene extract|
Lycopene (Solanum lycopersicum) is a bright red pigment, and a powerful carotenoid and phytochemical found in red fruits including tomatoes, watermelons and papayas. Tomatoes are a unique source of lycopene. The antioxidant levels are still available in processed tomatoes; they actually increase when the tomatoes are processed (heated) versus other nutrients that are typically diminished during heating. Lycopene travels throughout the body in the bloodstream to accumulate in the liver, colon, adrenal glands and prostate. It provides strong antioxidant support for the liver, heart, eye’s and prostate and many other tissues in the body to protect them from free radicals that can cause cellular damage.
(from marigold flower extract)
Lutein is a chemical found in the yellow flowers called Marigolds. There are many phytonutrients in the leaves. One of the primary phytonutrients is lutein, of the carotenoid family. Lutein is a found in healthy eyes. It is not naturally occurring in the body and must be supplied through the diet. It is an antioxidant that supports healthy eye function in the retina and macula. Food sources include bright colored vegetables, dark leafy vegetables, egg yolks, and bright colored fruits. Other than the eyes, lutein is found in many other tissues in the body. Research shows carotenoids like lutein may support vascular system health.
|DNA REPAIR BLEND|
Melatonin is a hormone that is generated in the brain from the pineal gland. The food sources that help to boost melatonin production are; meats, grains, fruits, and vegetables. It operates with other hormones to support sleep and has antioxidant properties. The reactions from taking melatonin may bring on more efficient sleep.
|Inositol hexaphosphate |
Inositol hexaphosphate (IP6) is a chemical found in high fiber goods. High concentration sources include brown rice, wheat bran and beans. It’s present in almost all human cells, and it is converted into compounds that cells use to relay outside messages to the cell nucleus. It also helps the body metabolize calcium and other minerals. It is currently being studied for its positive effect on certain cancers.
|Mustard green extract 4:1 |
Mustard green is a member of the Brassica family. It is a cruciferous vegetable that contains vitamins and minerals, and has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties. The anti-inflammatory benefit of cruciferous vegetables, including mustard greens, is being studied for its potential cardiovascular benefits, such as lowering the risk of heart attack, ischemic heart disease, and atherosclerosis. Mustard green also possesses hypoglycemic activity and appears to be useful as a potential anti-diabetic agent.
|Quercetin dihydrate |
Quercetin is a pigment found in tree barks, grape seed, apples, and other fruits. Quercetin is a flavanoid with antioxidant properties that may specifically support eye health and, more generally, support healthy tissues (cells) all over the body. It also helps to support apoptosis, or programmed cell death, which is process by which the body kills and rids itself of old, worn out, and damaged cells before they potentially cause disease.
|STEM CELL HEALTH BLEND|
|Chlorella algae |
Chlorella is a fresh water algae. It contains 60% protein, all 18 essential amino acids, peptides, proteins, vitamins, and nucleic acids. It also contains the phytonutrients chlorophyl and CGF. Chlorella has powerful detoxification capabilities because its molecular structure allows it to bond to metals, chemicals and even some pesticides. It is even being used to mitigate immune system reactions to chemotherapy.
|Spirulina algae |
Spirulina is a type of algae that thrives around the world in warm bodies of fresh water. It is a phytonutrient, a natural source of vitamins, minerals, protein, chlorophyll, essential amino acids and essential omega fatty acids (GLA). It contains antioxidant properties that are supportive of cells throughout the body. It also has anti-inflammatory properties.
|Klamath blue-green algae |
This is a blue-green micro-algae from the fresh waters of Klamath Lake, Southern Oregon. It is best known for providing a natural source of many nutrients, including B12, protein, and omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, that help enhance the immune system. It also contains antibacterial properties and antioxidant protection from free radicals that can damage cells.
Fucoxanthin is a carotenoid (xanthophyll) found in brown seaweed (kelp). It has unique biochemical reactions in the body that may help to maintain a lower fat cell build up in the belly area. It provides a powerful antioxidant reaction to help protect healthy cells from oxidative free radicals that can harm healthy cells.
|CELL REGULATION BLEND|
(Lithothamnion corallioides red algae extract)
Aquamin™ is a unique marine multi-mineral complex, providing bio-active calcium, magnesium and 72 other trace minerals. Harvested in the clean and pristine waters off the coast of Iceland, it is derived 100% from seaweed, which absorbs trace minerals from the surrounding seawater. Its honeycombed vegetative cell structure gives it a number of significant benefits from it’s chemical behaviour to its absorption. It has a strong foundation in science with over 20 published, peer reviewed papers in the areas of bone health, joint and inflammation and digestive health.
|Gotu kola leaf |
Gotu kola (Centella asiatica) is a plant in the parsley family native to East Asia and many parts of South Africa. The leaves and stems have been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. It has positive protective effects on mitigating cell damage from UVB. It also acts as an anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant, enhances neuronal function, and topical application helps external wound healing. Madecassoside, an active component of the leaf, was shown effective against arthritis and myocardial infarction.
|Green tea leaf extract, oolong tea leaf extract, white tea leaf extract and black tea leaf extract |
ea extracts from the Camellia sinensis plant (green, oolong, white, and black) are an herbal derivative from the plant’s leaves. The plant is found throughout Asia and parts of the Middle East and Africa. The leaf extracts contain antioxidant ingredients called polyphenols. These antioxidants help to reduce cell damaging free radicals in the body. Many scientists believe that free radicals contribute to the aging process as well as the development of a number of health problems, including cancer and heart disease.
|DMAE bitartrate |
DMAE bitartrate (Dimethylaminoethanol) is an organic amino acid compound produced by the brain. It can also be consumed, and high levels are found in foods such as anchovies, salmon, and sardines. It is a bioactive nutritional precursor to acetylcholine, a key neurotransmitter that benefits the brain and the central nervous system, and an antioxidant that may help learning and memory. It is also a precursor to choline, which is converted into phosphatidylcholine inside cells, and used to build and repair cell membranes, especially in the brain.
L-Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid, and is found in meat, beans, dairy products, poultry and fish. When these types of foods are absent in the regular diet, it might lead to low levels of this amino acid. There are three types of Phenylalanine: L-Phenylalanine, D-Phenylalanine (not an essential amino acid) and their mix DL-Phenylalanine. It is the precursor of the amino acid l-tyrosene, then this is converted to l-dopa, and one more conversion follows resulting in dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrin – the neurotransmitters. Uses include supporting mental health, mood, and stress. It also stimulates muscle protein synthesis.
|Cordyceps sinensis mushroom extract |
(1% cordycepic acid)
Cordyceps sinensis is an ancient medicinal fungi originating in China and Tibet. It grows mainly in the Himalayan Mountains of the Tibetan Plateau region and is know as the Chinese Caterpillar Fungus because it grows on them! But, nowadays, it’s also produced in labs. Human cells are stimulated when using this extract in a positive way to increase the immune system’s performance. Cordyceps is often made into a tea and used for boosting the immune system, supporting liver health and fatigue. Its use may also benefit respiratory disease, heart disease, and hyperglycemia.
L-Theanine is an amino acid found in high concentrations in the buds and young leaves of the green tea plant. Its structure closely resembles glutamate, an amino acid necessary for normal nerve transmission to the brain. It has a relaxing effect and is used for supporting anxiety symptoms. Doses of 50–200 mg, are noted for beneficial effects on stress reduction and mental alertness, with no side effects. L-Theanine may also improve memory.
Taurine is found mainly in animal meat, seafood, and milk. It is the most abundant amino acid in the nervous system and acts as a neurotransmitter. Studies show low levels of taurine can be related to pathological lesions, including cardiomyopathy, retinal degeneration, and growth retardation, notably if deficiency is prevalent during development. It supports eye, brain, heart, and liver health and is recommended as part of the diet for it’s possible benefits.
L-Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid found in the bloodstream, and it’s important for several metabolic biochemical processes in the body. It contributes to the production of other amino acids, and various biochemicals, such as glucose, nucleotides, protein, and glutathione. Food sources for this amino acid include meat, poultry, eggs, dairy, soy beans and other types of legumes. The intestinal tract uses l-glutamine for proper digestion, and it may also support the immune system.
|Jujube seed extract |
Jujube fruit (ziziphus jujuba) originates in China. It is a sweet, small, red round fruit historically used by the Chinese as a tonic for its calming properties. The alkaloids in this fruit provide a relaxing effect, and have been used for insomnia and anxiety. Jujube is a great source of antioxidants, flavonoids, phenolics, ascorbic acid, polysaccharides and anthocyanins that help to fight free radicals that cause cell damage. It has also been studied for potential immune boosting properties.
(as L-arginine HCI)
L-Arginine is an amino acid necessary for the body to create proteins. The source of L-Arginine is through the diet. It is found in poultry, fish, eggs, nuts and seeds. L-Arginine converts into the chemical nitric oxide, which improves blood circulation, and inhibits platelet aggregation. Positive results have been reported on endothelial (inner lining of blood vessels) function when L-Arginine was administered, showing positive results for symptoms of atherosclerosis and hypercholesterolemia. The protective effect L-Arginine has on dangerous ammonia levels and toxicity in the blood may result in healthier liver function.
(as L-ornithine HCI)
L-Ornithine HCL is an amino acid that supports the formation of lean muscle tissue mass. It is available through argenine metabolism, via the kidneys, and is involved in the urea cycle. In the Urea cycle, it has a biochemical effect as a detoxifying chemical that blocks the conversion of nitrogen into ammonia, before it becomes toxic. Without this process, the ammonia that’s created from the breaking down of compounds like protein, that contain nitrogen, can cause the body to become fatigued. Food sources include dairy, eggs, fish, poultry and meat.
|Herbal sleep blend |
(passion flower, lemon balm (aerial parts), chamomile flower)
Passionflower (Passifloraceae family), originally discovered in Peru in in the 1500s, contains phytochemicals that have calming, sleep inducing, and muscle spasm relieving effects. Used as far back as the Middle Ages, lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), a member of the mint family, is considered a calming herb. Chamomile flower (Matricaria Recutita) contains volatile oils (including bisabolol, bisabolol oxides A and B, and matricin) as well as flavonoids (particularly a compound called apinegin) and other therapeutic substances. It has mildly sedating effects that may help to induce sleep. Poppy seed is from a flowering plant, and has been used for its sleep inducement properties for thousands of years.
|Velarian Root Extract |
Valerian is a perennial flowering plat that is native to Europe and parts of Asia. Valerian has been used to relieve sleeping problems, such as insomnia, and also may be effective in reducing anxiety, stress, depression, and other conditions.
|PROBIOTIC AND ENZYME ABSORPTION BLEND|
(Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifido bacterium lactis, and Bifido bacterium longum)
Lactobacillus acidophilus (L. acidophilus) is naturally occurs in the human gastrointestinal tract and mouth. It promotes an acidic environment in the body, which can prevent the growth of harmful bacteria.
|400 million CFU*||400 million CFU*|
|Black pepper fruit extract|
BioPerine® (piperine) is a proprietary extract from the fruits of black pepper plants. It has a metabolic effect on the intestinal walls to help speed up nutrient absorption by favorably stimulating the digestive enzymes of the pancreas, enhancing digestive capacity and significantly reducing gastrointestinal food transit time. It especially enhances the absorption of vitamins A, B6, C, and beta-carotene through the gastrointestinal tract. It’s classified as an alkaloid, and has demonstrated antioxidant capacity in in-vitro studies to protect against oxidative damage to cells.
|3 mg*||3 mg*|
[proprietary extraction of Astragalus membranaceus (root) and Panax notoginseng (root)]
Astragulus (Astragulus membranaceus) is a blooming plant. The root is harvested and used as an herbal supplement. There are polysaccharides in the root which are immune supporting molecules. Astragulus root is combined in this proprietary formula with Panax (notoginseng root), an Asian plant. They both contain saponins (phytochemicals). These phytochemicals work on different parts of the immune system to boost it, and are a source of antioxidants.
|20 mg*||20 mg*|
(Amylase, Neutral protease, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase)
Amylase: This enzyme is naturally occurring in saliva (alpha-amylase) and the pancreas (pancreatic amylase). It is a form of probiotic that starts the digestive process in the mouth to break down the long chain carbohydrates amylose and amylopectin into maltose. Maltose is made up of two-molecule and three-molecule sugars (glucose). The break down of the carbohydrates (starches) to produce glucose and supply energy to the cells is a necessary function for a normal healthy body. It’s also necessary for normal brain functioning.
|75 mg*||75 mg*|
Take two (2) morning tablets with your breakfast each morning, or as directed by your licensed healthcare professional.
Take two (2) evening tablets before bedtime each evening with food, or as directed by your licensed healthcare professional.
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It was a little hard for me to remember every day to take this. But that was a good thing because i noticed a difference when i missed them-It seemed like i was in slow speed.
We are glad you are experiencing the benefits of increased energy. If you are having trouble remembering to take Healthycell, what seems to work for most costumers it storing the morning formula next to the coffee maker, and the evening formula next to your tooth brush. Thank you for your review.
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How do you really rate vitamins? I take two of the AM and two of the PM daily. I haven't noticed a difference, but perhaps I will update this if I seem to be getting younger and all my "issues" have bee resolved. I do have peripheral neuropathy and I am hoping it might magically fix that.
If you have not noticed a difference yet, Healthycell is still acting as a broad spectrum nutrition formula to fill in diet gaps. Continue to take the recommended dose of 2 tablets in the morning and 2 tablets in the evening to experience the full benefits of increased energy, sharper focus, and more restful sleep. Thank you for your review.
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First actual vitamin/mineral supplement that I could actual feel a difference. The evening supplement calms down my muscles and allows me to fall to sleep sooner.
We're glad you are experiencing the benefits of Healthycell's evening formula. The ingredients that help you ease into sleep mode are a synergistic blend of valerian root extract, 5HTP, herbal sleep blend, melatonin, and magnesium. Thank you for your review.
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It is amazing all the vitamins & minerals that are packed in the morning and evening tablets. (and other things I didn't even know my body needed). I feel very confident that I am getting everything my body needs now.
We're glad you appreciate the scope of ingredients in Healthycell. This broad spectrum nutrition formula has over 90 vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, combined with probiotics and enzymes for advanced cellular health. Thank you for your review.
I have been taking these daily & nightly for three weeks now and I notice a very nice difference in energy and overall health.
We are pleased that you are experiencing more energy while using Healthycell. Thank you for the positive feedback!
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Who Should Take Healthycell?
Healthycell should be taken by anyone looking to restore and repair damaged cells through the power of nutrition in order to live a healthier, more energized life.
What benefits can I expect from healthycell?
Our testimonials have reported better sleep, energy, and focus. Good cellular nutrition also helps keep you healthy, vibrant, and feeling younger in addition to promoting greater relaxation and mental focus. Healthycell also helps support DNA repair, digestion, and sound sleep patterns.
How does Healthycell work?
Healthycell is a multi-nutrient system that impacts the “building block” of the body – the cell – to optimize quality of life and healthspan. This advanced cellular nutrient infusion provides the critical cellular nourishment to help your body repair, restore, and protect its most vital biological processes. The morning and evening formula works “around-the-clock” to defend your cells from the assault of toxins, pollutants, and chemicals that can damage your body at a very fundamental level.
What are the active ingredients in healthycell?
Healthycell is a balanced blend of over 90 vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, enzymes, and antioxidants that act synergistically to nourish and restore your cells. Healthycell has a variety of ingredients, complexes, and absorption enhancers all working to support cellular nourishment and your overall wellbeing
How often should I take Healthycell?
Healthycell has a morning and an evening formula for a 24-hour cycle of nutrition, providing the right ingredients at the right times. To get the best results, the suggested dose is two tablets of the morning formula to support energy and mental focus, and two tablets of the evening formula to support restful sleep.
Should I take Healthycell with a meal?
We recommend that the morning formula be taken with breakfast while the evening formula be taken before bedtime. Healthycell does contain digestive enzymes and probiotics that help you absorb the nutrients inside the Healthycell tablets as well as the nutrients in your meal.
Can I take Healthycell with my medication?
When taking any prescription medications, we always recommend you consult your physician before taking Healthycell or any other nutrition supplement.
Will Healthycell replace my multivitamin?
Healthycell does replace the need for a multivitamin. Plus, Healthycell also has over 60 protective phytonutrients to support different aspects of cellular health.
When will the beneficial effects of Healthycell be felt?
While everyone is different, and results will vary from person to person, most of our testimonial subjects felt an improvement in energy, focus, and sleep in the first week with sustained benefits occurring over the long term, with maximum benefits reached at week twelve.
Should I take Healthycell long term?
Yes. Our cells are the foundation of life, and they require nourishment to perform critical tasks. They also need nutrients to stay alive, to regenerate, to create energy, and to defend themselves from daily toxins, free radicals, and oxidative stress. Healthycell is a transformative product with cumulative benefits, so the longer we nourish our cells, the more likely we are to maintain optimal health.
Is Healthycell safe?
Yes. Healthycell is made in the USA. It is a vegetarian friendly product, and free of major allergens like dairy, egg, tree nuts, shellfish, soy, wheat, gluten and artificial preservatives, colors, and flavors. In addition Healthycell is produced in compliance with current GMP requirements.
Who should not take Healthycell?
You should not take Healthycell if you are pregnant, trying to conceive, or nursing. Also, people on blood thinners should not take Healthycell. As with all new supplement regimens, you should consult your physician before taking Healthycell if you have any preexisting health condition.
Who developed Healthycell?
Healthycell was developed by Life Science Institute, LLC, a US biotech company committed to empowering people to lead healthier lives. Life Science Institute, LLC focuses on cellular health products, innovative cell health services, and holistic lifestyle education.
Where is Healthycell manufactured?
All of our products are made in the USA and manufactured at a facility that operates under strict FDA Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Our manufacturer is VitaQuest International, LLC. You may visit our manufacturer’s website at www.vitaquest.com.
What if I don’t like the product?
Healthycell comes with a 30-day Money Back Guarantee. If you are not satisfied and wish to return the product, call us at 1-800-975-9606 within 30-days of your purchase, and our customer service agents will help you send back any unused product and issue you a refund.
How do I cancel my monthly plan?
You may cancel your monthly plan at any time by calling our customer support number at 1-800-975-9606 and asking for your shipments to be stopped. You may also sign in online at www.healthycell.com to cancel your deliveries, adjust your next delivery date, adjust your delivery interval, pause your deliveries, or add/subtract products from your monthly delivery.
How do I call customer service?
You can reach our Customer Service Department at 1-800-975-9606. Our normal business hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Eastern Time. You can also email us at [email protected]