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Alpha Lipoic Acid

One of the most important antioxidants. Helps our cells convert glucose into energy. Studies have shown that ALA may support healthy nerve function and cardiovascular health.

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This antioxidant plays a central role in cellular energy production, helps fight free radicals, and promotes cardiovascular health. CoQ10 is present throughout the body, and production has been found to decline with age.

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Beet Root

Helps increase Nitric Oxide production, which relaxes and dilates your blood vessels, helps promote increased heart healthy energy and supports healthy blood pressure levels

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Green Tea Extract

The polyphenols in green tea help maintain the body's normal inflammatory response to oxidative stressors, boost energy and natural L-Theanine reduces stress and anxiety.

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Vitamin B6

A water-soluble vitamin found naturally in many foods. Benefits cardiovascular, neurological & psychological health‡

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An amino acid that is made in the human heart, liver, and kidneys. It helps the body turn fat into energy. L-Carnitine is important for heart and brain function, and supplementation helps to support an active lifestyle and your body's natural energy production.

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An amino acid that promotes heart health and enhances nitric oxide production in the arteries, resulting in primarily blood vessel relaxation. This is important for maintaining heart health, good vascular health and protection against oxidative stress.

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Works in synergy with L-Arginine to support nitric oxide production, to help boost cellular energy production and support healthy circulation to muscle tissues.

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A unique amino acid found naturally in the green tea plant. L-Theanine promotes relaxation while maintaining alertness and promotes healthy cognitive function.* L-Theanine has been found to have potential benefits for cardiovascular health as well due to its anti-inflammatory properties.*

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Vitamin B12

A water-soluble vitamin found naturally in many foods. It is necessary for the production of energy from fats and proteins and is well known for its critical role in DNA synthesis.

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