Body Reset Ingredients

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Vitamin B2 (as Riboflavin 5 Phosphate), is an important vitamin that also acts as an antioxidant within the body. Because it’s a water-soluble vitamin, like all B vitamins, vitamin B2 must be obtained through a healthy diet and replenished often — ideally every day, to avoid vitamin B2 deficiency.

Vitamin B3 (as Niacin Niacinamide), helps with brain function, skin health and even preventing or treating diabetes. Healthcare providers might prescribe niacin to help improve cholesterol levels. Niacin has been shown to help raise high-density lipoproteins (HDL, or “good” cholesterol) while lowering low-density lipoproteins (LDL, or “bad” cholesterol). In turn, this helps lower the risk of heart disease. Niacin flush is a side effect that can happen when a person consumes niacin. It looks like skin flushing and is most common on the face, arms, and chest. The flush is harmless, it usually occurs quickly and lasts about an hour.

Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxal 5 Phosphate), is one of the vitamins included in the vitamin B complex family. All B vitamins, including vitamin B6, play an important role in a range of physical and psychological functions. However, they are most well-known for helping to maintain a healthy metabolism, supporting nerve and liver function, and promoting the health of the skin and eyes. From producing red blood cells to converting food into fuel to boosting mood and immunity, the potential vitamin B6 benefits and the crucial ways that this water-soluble vitamin affects health are unparalleled. It works together with a range of other vitamins and minerals in the body to optimize nearly every aspect of health and supports the function of the liver, blood cells, skin, eyes, nervous system, and beyond to keep you feeling your best.

Vitamin B9 (Folate 5 MTHF), is an important water-soluble vitamin that plays a role in many aspects of health. It aids in cell division and helps make new cells by copying and creating DNA. It also helps the body use vitamin B12 as well as certain amino acids. A folate deficiency can have serious consequences, including fatigue, painful mouth sores, and even an increased risk of birth defects like heart problems, spina bifida, and anencephaly. Folic acid is the synthetic form of folate that is found in most prenatal vitamins, supplements, and fortified foods. Folic acid for pregnancy is often recommended by many doctors to help ensure that folate needs are met and to protect against pregnancy-related complications. Folate is also associated with improved cognitive function and protection against depression and Alzheimer’s disease. It may also help support strong bones, decrease symptoms of restless legs syndrome, and promote the health of the nervous system.

Vitamin B-12 (Methylcobalamin) plays an essential role in red blood cell formation, cell metabolism, nerve function, and the production of DNA, the molecules inside cells that carry genetic information. Food sources of vitamin B-12 include poultry, meat, fish, and dairy products. Vitamin B-12 is also added to some foods, such as fortified breakfast cereals, and is available as an oral supplement. Vitamin B12 deficiency is believed to be one of the most common nutrient deficiencies in the world, especially among people taking stomach acid-altering medications and antibiotics frequently, along with the elderly and sometimes vegetarians and vegans.

All B vitamins are used to help digest and extract energy from the foods you eat. They do this by converting nutrients from carbohydrates, fats, and proteins into usable energy in the form of “ATP.” For this reason, vitamin B2 is needed for the functioning of every single cell within your body. That’s why vitamin B2 deficiency, or lack of riboflavin foods in your diet, can contribute to several serious side effects, including anemia, fatigue, and a sluggish metabolism.

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid), is a water-soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant and plays a role in maintaining the body’s connective tissue. Vitamin C can also help protect your heart, repair and restore tissues, and boost the absorption of other nutrients in the body. A vitamin C deficiency can wreak havoc, causing symptoms like easy bruising, bleeding gums, fatigue, weakened immunity, and, in severe cases, scurvy. In fact, around the 18th century, scurvy became a serious problem for the British navy. Vitamin C foods have long been recognized for their powerful health-promoting properties. These super nutritious fruits and vegetables are often considered staples in many forms of holistic medicine, including Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Vitamin D   (as Cholecalciferol), is a fat-soluble vitamin that is involved in bone health, immune function, cell growth, and more. Experts believe we need it to defend against several chronic diseases, including heart disease, cancer, inflammation, and autoimmune diseases. Your body can produce vitamin D on its own when your skin is exposed to sunlight. It can also be obtained through several vitamin D food sources and supplements.

Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is an organosulfur compound found in the body and is also synthesized by plants and animals. It’s present in every cell inside the body and helps turn glucose into “fuel” for the body to use for energy. What is it about foods like broccoli and spinach that make them so healthy? There are the fiber, vitamins, and minerals, of course, but then there are other important chemical compounds we call “antioxidants,” too — including alpha lipoic acid (ALA).

Glutathione is a peptide consisting of three key amino acids that play several vital roles in the body. Longevity researchers posit that it is so pivotal to our health that the level of glutathione in our cells is becoming a predictor of how long we will live. Coined “The Mother of All Antioxidants” by Mark Hyman, MD, glutathione remains one of the hottest topics in both natural health and medical circles today. Over 139,000 peer-reviewed scientific articles have addressed this powerhouse molecule, and experts are now recognizing that an alarming rate of people is deficient for a variety of reasons, including chronic stress, environmental toxins, and excessive use of antibiotics. Glutathione is critical to many aspects of our health, including our immune system and longevity. Therefore, after learning the many benefits of glutathione, it’s worth learning how to naturally increase your levels.

L-Leucine a favorite of both bodybuilders and pro athletes alike, leucine is revered for its incredible ability to boost muscle mass and improve athletic performance. Not only that, but it can also slow muscle deterioration in older adults and help keep blood sugar under control. The leucine amino acid can also be broken down directly into acetyl-CoA, making it one of the most important ketogenic amino acids in the body. Not only does L-Leucine aid in building muscle; but it also prevents muscle loss and improves athletic performance as well as improving fat loss and stabilizing g blood sugar.

L-Citrulline is an amino acid that is integral to the urea cycle, which is a pathway that helps excrete ammonia out of the body through the urine. Like alanine, arginine, and glycine, it’s considered non-essential, meaning your body can produce it on its own. This amino acid plays a key role in several processes within the body. For starters, it helps increase blood flow and reduce blood pressure by widening the arteries. It also acts similarly to nitric oxide supplements to increase levels of nitric oxide in the body, which is a compound that acts as a vasodilator to relax the muscles in the blood vessels and promote circulation. This is because it’s converted into arginine, another amino acid that is used to produce nitric oxide in the body. Because of its ability to promote proper blood flow, it’s been linked to several possible health benefits. It is thought to decrease blood pressure, prevent erectile dysfunction and boost oxygen uptake to optimize exercise performance.

L-Carnitine. Let’s face it: Amino acids are crucial to pretty much every aspect of health. These compounds are the building blocks of proteins, which make up our skin, hair, and muscles and perform a variety of functions in the body. When it comes to health, though, some amino acids, like L-carnitine stand out from the rest. This superstar supplement has been shown to do everything from enhancing athletic performance to bringing fat burning to the next level.

Calcium HMB. Beta-Hydroxymethylbutyrate (HMB) is a chemical that is made when the body breaks down leucine. Leucine is an amino acid, one of the building blocks of protein. HMB might promote muscle growth. It can be found naturally in small amounts in grapefruit, alfalfa, and catfish. It's also naturally made in the body. Some possible benefits are Improved body composition/lean mass, preserves muscle during prolonged exercise, preserves muscle when calorically deficient, improves recovery, decreases soreness when taken before exercise, improves fat oxidation, and improves aerobic performance.

Sodium HMB is essential for many body functions, including fluid balance, nerve health, nutrient absorption, and muscle function. Sodium plays several important roles in your body. It aids in the absorption of nutrients in your gut, maintaining cognitive function, nerve impulse transmission, and muscle contraction. But, from an athlete’s point of view at least, perhaps the most critical function it plays is in helping you maintain a fluid balance in your body. Sodium is the main electrolyte found in your blood.

Magnesium HMB is a critical mineral in many health aspects. Low levels have been linked to several conditions, such as Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and diabetes. Getting enough of this electrolyte, offers a host of health benefits, from alleviating symptoms of PMS and headaches to fighting depression, constipation, and insomnia. That being said, a surprising number of people are still deficient in magnesium.

Potassium Phosphate is an essential mineral that is critical to many body functions, including the delivery of nerve signals, contraction of muscles, regulation of heartbeats and blood pressure, movement of nutrients into cells, and removal of cellular waste. Phosphorus is a naturally occurring substance that is important in every cell of the body. Phosphorous is contained in all body cells and is used for the growth and repair of cells and tissues. Potassium phosphate is used to treat or prevent hypophosphatemia (low blood levels of phosphorus).

Garcinia Cambogia Extract, also called Garcinia gummi-gutta is a popular weight loss supplement. It is derived from a fruit. The peel of the fruit contains high amounts of hydroxy citric acid (HCA), which is the active ingredient believed to be responsible for most of its weight loss benefits. Many high-quality human studies have tested the weight loss effects of garcinia cambogia. What’s more, most of them indicate that the supplement can cause a small amount of weight loss. On average, garcinia cambogia has been shown to cause weight loss of about 2 pounds (0.88 kg) more than a placebo, over 2–12 weeks, but in everyone that was tested.

Beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (MNM). If you’re interested in aging and longevity innovations, you may have heard of NMN, which stands for nicotinamide mononucleotide. It’s a molecule your body makes naturally, but some people also take it as a supplement. Scientists, such as Harvard University professor and longevity expert David Sinclair, are currently looking into its promising potential benefits for many different areas of health, including longevity, diabetes, liver conditions, brain health, heart health, exercise training, and sleep.

Caffeine (as caffeine anhydrous) For many people, a morning without caffeine means a sluggish start to the day. Caffeine is a nervous system stimulant that clears drowsiness and gives you an energy boost. The caffeine in coffee comes primarily from Coffea arabica, a shrub or tree that grows in the world's high-altitude subtropical and equatorial regions. Caffeine anhydrous is made from the seeds and leaves of coffee plants. Caffeine is such an effective stimulant that many people are using a highly concentrated caffeine powder, or caffeine anhydrous, to stimulate athletic performance or weight loss. According to the FDA, a healthy adult can safely drink 400 mg of caffeine per day, equal to four or five cups of coffee. When you ingest caffeine, it hitches a ride to your brain via your bloodstream. There, it mimics adenosine, a compound that’s present throughout your body. Adenosine works like a depressant, slowing you down and making you sleepy. Caffeine mimics adenosine so effectively that it’s able to take the place of adenosine in your brain and liven things up. The stimulant properties of caffeine are increased further because it enhances the effects of natural stimulants, including dopamine, norepinephrine, glutamate, and adrenaline.

Chromium (as chromium picolinate) is a type of chemical element that’s a hard and brittle metal and is a trace mineral needed by the body in small amounts for healthy functioning. Chromium is well-researched for promoting healthy blood sugar levels, diabetes control, heart health, weight management, and brain health. Chromium plays a role in the insulin-signaling pathways that allow our bodies to control the amount of sugar we take in, helping balance blood glucose levels and giving us stable energy. Research also shows that chromium can help protect DNA chromosomes from damage, which means chromium may be able to halt cell mutations that can lead to various chronic diseases. In addition, chromium is associated with longevity and improved cardiovascular health due to its role in metabolizing fats, in addition to proteins, carbs, and other nutrients.

Berberine has been known to have many pharmacological effects, including antimicrobial, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, and blood glucose-lowering capabilities. Extracts and supplements made from this compound, such as berberine HCL, are generally inexpensive, safe, and well-known for their broad antibacterial activities. They may even be able to help naturally treat conditions without the use of antibiotics. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, these herbs have been used to naturally treat diabetes for centuries. This compound also has a long history of use for managing bacterial gastroenteritis, diarrhea, and other digestive diseases. Alkaloids are defined as a class of organic compounds of plant origin containing mostly basic nitrogen atoms. Consuming them can have pronounced physiological actions on humans, especially cardiovascular and metabolic health.

Pine bark extract, like pine oil, is one of nature’s super antioxidants. What gives pine bark extract its notoriety as a powerful ingredient and super antioxidant is that it’s loaded with oligomeric proanthocyanidin compounds, OPCs for short. The same ingredient can be found in grapeseed oil, the skin of peanuts, and witch hazel bark. While OPCs found in this extract are mostly known for their antioxidant-producing benefits, these amazing compounds exude antibacterial, antiviral, anticarcinogenic, anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, and anti-allergic properties. Pine bark extract can help reduce muscle soreness and may help improve conditions relating to poor circulation, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, diabetes, ADHD, female reproductive issues, skin, erectile dysfunction, eye disease, and sports stamina.

Phosphatidylcholine (PC) (sometimes called Choline) is a phospholipid that makes an important neurotransmitter called acetylcholine. It plays a role in memory, movement, and metabolism and is used to reduce fat deposits in the liver and under the skin. It fights memory loss, reduces fat deposits, and supports metabolic health. The body uses choline to make acetylcholine, a brain chemical that plays a major role in the autonomic nervous system to regulate heart rate, blood vessel dilation, bodily secretions, and more. Acetylcholine has been used in treatments for cognitive issues, including Alzheimer’s disease, manic depressive disorder, and anxiety.

Beetroot provides a sudden boost of ascorbic acid, vitamin E, carotenes, phenolic acids, and phytoestrogens to the body. This helps improve cardiac and immunity function. Beetroot also introduces a greater concentration of potassium than when eating the vegetable. Beetroot provides more nutritional value than consuming cooked beets because the heat reduces the nutrient content. Beetroot juice is one of the best ways to detoxify the body and boost the function of all bodily systems. Beets have long been revered for their health-promoting properties and have many uses in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda. Beets' benefits include cleansing the liver, improving blood circulation, and calming the mind and spirit. They are also used as a natural remedy for a variety of ailments and have been traditionally used to treat conditions such as Anemia, Heart weakness, Liver toxicity, Constipation, Irritability, Restlessness, Irregular menstruation, Herpes, and Decreased libido.