This intravenous therapy is a strong blend of antioxidants that support strong cognition and healthy aging. This IV should be used in a in a series of ten IV’s to help support the repair mechanism in the body while strengthening brain function, bones, connective tissue and energy. Age adjusted telomere length is the best method to assess biological age using structural analysis of chromosomal age change in the telomere.
Telomeres are the little caps on the end of the chromosomes that carry our DNA. Many think of them as the tips of the shoelaces that keep everything from unraveling. Telomeres get shorter with age and several other environmental and lifestyle influences can speed up telomere shortening, speeding up the aging process. Therapies directed at slowing the loss of telomere length may slow aging and age-related diseases.
The B vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins that play important roles in cell metabolism. B vitamins are an important part of the diet and are essential to prevent many health problems. They are essential for growth, development, and a variety of other bodily functions. They play a major role in the activities of enzymes, proteins that regulate chemical reactions in the body, which are important in turning food into energy and other needed substances. B vitamins are found in plant and animal food sources.
Carnitine is a nutrient that helps the body turn fat into energy elevating certain enzymes that are needed by the body to effectively metabolize sugars, starches, and other carbohydrates. Anyone who exercises can benefit from Carnitine supplementation because it reduces the accumulation of lactic acid, which training is responsible for the burn felt inside the muscles.
CoQ10 or ubiquinone is a naturally occurring fat-soluble quinone that is an excellent antioxidant. Its greatest concentration is in the mitochondria where energy is made for every cell in the body. The heart has very high-energy demands and a very high concentration of CoQ10. Research has shown that heart patients tend to be deficient in CoQ10 and intravenous replenishing can be especially useful in the treatment of congestive heart failure. Oral administration of CoQ10 has not been found to be effective to facilitate the uptake of CoQ10 by target tissue, as it is necessary to raise blood levels aggressively. Effective levels can be achieved using intravenous CoQ10, which has been used to support the treatment of cancer, mitochondrial disease and heart disease. IV CoQ10 has been found to support energy production, performance enhancement, improved cognition and as a cardio-protective agent. Deficiencies are caused by age, poor internal production, poor intestinal absorption, higher than normal use from intense exercise, certain drugs such as cholesterol lowering medications.
L-Glycine is an amino acid created in the liver from the amino acids serine and threonine. In humans, it’s found in high concentrations within the skin, connective tissues and muscle tissues. Approximately one third of collagen is comprised of glycine. Collagen is the essential protein required to keep the connective tissue and skin flexible and firm. Glycine is one of the amino acids necessary for the biosynthesis of creatine. Creatine provides muscles with a direct energy source and helps to build muscle tissue and strength. Glycine also helps to stimulate the secretion of human growth hormone.
Lysine is an essential amino acid, which means that it is essential to human health but cannot be manufactured by the body. For this reason, lysine must be obtained from food. Lysine helps to fight Herpes outbreaks, increases growth hormone production, and helps to regulate hormone levels. Also aids in production of antibodies and supports the immune system.
METHYLCOBALAMIN (B 12)
The natural form of B12 is better absorbed than Cyanobalamin and has been used to treat diseases such as, pernicious anemia, and diabetic and peripheral neuropathy. Vitamin B12 is an essential component for proper digestion and absorption of foods and for normal metabolism of carbohydrates, and fat. It aids in maintaining healthy nerve cells and red blood cells and is needed to make DNA. Vitamin B12 is also involved in homocysteine metabolism and plays a critical role in proper energy metabolism, immune function, and nerve function.
Pyridoxine, Vitamin B6, is one of eight B vitamins frequently referred to as the complex vitamins. All the B vitamins help the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which is then “burned” to produce energy and also help the body metabolize fats and protein. Because B vitamins are water soluble, the body does not store them. Therefore, they have to be replaced frequently, especially when the body is under any type of stress, physical and emotional. Even exercise depletes B vitamins in our system. B6 is essential for normal brain development and function and helps the body produce the hormones serotonin, dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine as well as melatonin.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin. Unlike most mammals and other animals, humans do not have the ability to make their own vitamin C. Therefore, we must obtain vitamin C through our diet. Vitamin C is required for the synthesis of collagen, an important structural component of blood vessels, tendons, ligaments, and bone. Vitamin C also plays an important role in the synthesis of Neurotransmitters, which are critical for brain function. In addition, vitamin C is involved in the process of transporting fat into cellular organelles called mitochondria, where the fat is converted to energy. Vitamin C is also a highly effective antioxidant and in small amounts can effectively protect important cells from free radical damage.
Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant containing the amino acid cysteine, which is needed for cellular production of energy and proper immune function. It helps remove free radicals from blood and cells before they can cause oxidative damage. Glutathione also aids in the neutralization of toxins in the liver.
People may experience a feeling of warmth or mild discomfort when receiving an IV. Rare complications that can occur during intravenous therapies include phlebitis (inflammation of the vein) and fluid infiltration (leaking of fluid into the surrounding tissues).
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