STEP 1 – METABOLIZE
Methionine is an antioxidant amino acid used to neutralize free radicals. It is known to aid in breaking down fat, removing heavy metals from the body, and digestion. It is an essential amino acid known to increases energy and lean muscle mass.
Inositol is considered to be a part of the B vitamin family. It is vital for the metabolism of fat and cholesterol.
Choline plays a major role in minimizing excess fat in the liver through its fat and cholesterol metabolizing properties. Choline is known to supports nerve transmission, cell integrity, and cell signaling.
Cha’ De Bugre is a popular tea known for its appetite suppressing and weight loss enhancing properties. It is a mild stimulant and therefore provides increases in energy. Its diuretic properties may help to reduce or even prevent fatty deposits and cellulite.
B-6 supports a wide range of body functions. It ensures proper metabolic function, is involved in over one hundred enzymatic reactions, promotes the breakdown of carbohydrates, and supporting the nervous system.
B-12 plays an important role in the proper functioning and health of the nervous system and digestive system. It is also important in the regulation of metabolism and protein synthesis. Inadequate intake can have negative effects like irritability, anxiety, stress, and confusion.
Arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid that has been demonstrated to increase fat metabolism and improve cardio-metabolic function.
Guarana has been shown to improve mental performance and available energy. Guarana’s stimulatory effects temporarily enhance energy and mental clarity by stimulating adrenaline activity and blood flow to the central nervous system, which may help relieve or overcome bouts of fatigue.
STEP 2 – HYDRATE
Aloe Vera contains glucomannans which are used to enhance the transportation of nutrients into body cells, making those nutrients more bioavailable and effective. Aloe Vera also has the ability to detoxify reactive metabolites from the liver and other organs and has a laxative effect that can reduce bloating.
Lycium Berries contain unique polysaccharides that have been documented to have positive effects on energy levels, athletic performance, stamina and endurance, metabolism, glucose control, and cell protection.
Shilajit contains a potent blend of humic acid, fulvic acid, and organic plant materials to nourish cells. The polyelectrolyte delivery system of Shilajit is known to enhance the absorption, stability, and effect of nutrients in the body.
Step 3- SLEEP
Velvet Antler is known as one of nature’s richest sources of IGF-I. IGF-I is the metabolite of growth hormone which are responsible for growth and metabolism. Sourced ethically in the USA.
Bovine Colostrum is a great source of bio-identical growth hormone and IGF-I, which can be diminished without proper sleep.
Mucuna is a bean-like substance that is nature’s richest source of L-dopa, a precursor to dopamine. Dopamine is known to regulate sleep, mood, motivation, stress, motor skills, and a variety of other bodily functions. Mucuna does not create a negative feedback loop with dopamine production.
Melatonin is a hormone created from serotonin by way of tryptophan. Melatonin regulates sleep cycles and induces REM sleep patterns. It is known to have a powerful antioxidant effect and increase the metabolic rate during sleep for weight loss. Melatonin plays a key role in healthy aging and immune response.
B-6 (pyridoxine) is a major coenzyme for many bodily functions and reactions. B-6 is known to increase the production of serotonin, which induces sleep, heightens mood, and improves mental cognition. It’s significant to protein, fat, and carbohydrate metabolism and the creation of red blood cells and neurotransmitters. Your body cannot produce vitamin B6, so you must obtain it from foods or supplements.