Inositol is a B-vitamin like compound. It was once called vitamin B8 until it was discovered that our bodies make it. Inositol has been shown to help support brain and liver health, nerve signaling, mood regulation, and insulin sensitivity.
Inositol in the brain helps regulate mood by opening channels that allow for greater Serotonin activity and it also aids in the process of making neurons. Both lead to improved brain efficiency and better mood.
Inositol, when in cahoots with Choline, helps to shuttle fat particles to our cells to be burned for energy! If these nutrients are in low supply our livers cannot efficiently send fat into the blood to be broken down by cells for energy or excreted as waste.
Is another compound similar to B-vitamins. As previously discussed choline works with inositol to shuttle fat produced in liver into the blood stream for use by the cells for energy or excreted leading to healthier liver function and fat reduction.
Choline bitartrate also aids in delaying fatigue, improved memory function, and mood stabilization.
Reduce blood pressure and inflammation. May help increase muscle mass and athletic performance.
Assists in muscle recovery and muscle soreness. Support cardiovascular health. Increase energy (ATP) production. Increase endurance. Increase fat mobilization.
Only carnitine form that can cross the blood brain barrier providing neuroprotective benefits. Increase energy production. Improve insulin sensitivity and increase blood vessel health. Increase fat loss due to increase in energy and energy expenditure.
Energy production. Pain relief. Increase glycogen levels in muscles after strenuous workouts which aids recovery. Boost effects of neurotransmitters. Increases the release of catecholamines which increases your heartbeat sending more blood to the muscles and tells your liver to release more sugar into the bloodstream for energy.
Antioxidants help protect our bodies from dangerous little critters called free radicals. Free radicals are atoms or molecules that have at least one unpaired electron which makes them very unstable. Free radicals are natural byproducts of certain oxygen related interactions in our body, UV light, foods we eat (fried foods), alcohol, tobacco, pesticides, pollution, etc. To fix this stability problem the little rascals go around stealing electrons causing those they steal from to become unstable. It acts in a domino effect resulting in cell damage, blood vessel damage, cancer, etc. Antioxidants can safely interact with these free radicals and stop the chain reaction.
Antioxidant. Increases liver health and reduces blood pressure.
Antioxidant. High in nitrates that improve blood flow and lower blood pressure.
Antioxidant. Anti-inflammatory. Lower blood pressure.