Most therapies simply block joint pain and connective tissue discomfort. Stay active by providing support and protection for cartilage, tendons, ligaments, intervertebral discs and fascia. CollaGEN provides targeted precursors, hyaluronic acid and type I and II collagen peptides to maintain connective tissue strength and support tissue regeneration.
It’s no surprise that cardiovascular health is a major concern for many adults and maintaining healthy cholesterol levels is an important factor. In fact, clinical research has shown Bergamot BPF helps maintain normal levels of total cholesterol, LDL-C, and triglycerides, while increasing HDL-C levels. .
Energy: Everyone wants it yet few have found the secret. Every cell in your body relies on little energy factories called mitochondria to do their job, and when they are struggling, so are you! Support your mitochondria with our favorite formulation, MitoCORE!
CoQ10 is a lipid-soluble antioxidant found in every cell in the body. CoQ10 is abundant in the mitochondrial membrane and plays an important role in the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a molecule of chemical energy upon which all cellular functions depend.
Many of the health benefits derived from eating cruciferous vegetables (e.g., cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, etc.), especially those shown to be beneficial for breast and prostate health, are thought to be derived from the group of secondary metabolites known as glucosinolates. When these vegetables are cut, crushed or chewed, the actions of the enzyme myrosinase (released from the plant cells) hydrolyses these glucosinolates into other compounds.
The liver is a major metabolic organ in the body with more than 500 vital functions that have been identified. In fact, the liver regulates most chemical levels in the blood and holds about one pint (13%) of the body's blood supply at any given moment. Some of the more well-known functions of the liver include production of certain proteins for blood plasma, production of cholesterol and lipoproteins to help carry fats through the body, conversion of excess glucose into glycogen for storage, and balancing or producing glucose as needed. As a result, liver congestion can cause cardiometabolic challenges, especially when lipids accumulate.
The prevalence of refined sugars, carbohydrates, and unhealthy fats in the Western diet has been directly linked to many contemporary liver and cardiovascular challenges. Natural supplements such as HepatoCORE provide a powerful blend of plant-based compounds that support healthy liver function and fat metabolism, maintain normal blood pressure levels, increase antioxidant capacity, and maintain cardiometabolic health.
Maintaining healthy blood pressure levels has become a primary concern for many in the United States and across the globe. Blood pressure fluctuations cause a variety of cardiovascular challenges, and this is one of the most common cardiometabolic challenges experienced. There is abundant evidence that dietary factors play a central role in determining cardiovascular risk driven by several potential mechanisms. Plant-derived food are high in fiber and phytochemicals proven to be antioxidant powerhouses. Polyphenols are a large group of plant metabolites that exert a variety of key biological activities, including increasing satiety hormones and decreasing hunger hormones.
HiPhenolic provides a targeted blend of key polyphenols that maintain energy and metabolic efficiency, maintain normal blood pressure levels, and support overall cardiometabolic function.
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a steroid hormone precursor that helps maintain healthy hormone levels and helps support the stress response system. DHEA functions as the counterpart to the stress hormone cortisol. Maintaining healthy DHEA levels is crucial for balancing the catabolic effects of cortisol.
DHEA and its sulfate, DHEAs, are the most abundant steroid hormones in the human body and can be found in blood, saliva, urine and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). DHEA serves as a “buffer” reservoir to be used for the intracellular synthesis of various estrogens and androgens throughout the human body. DHEA production peaks during the second decade of life. Beginning in the early 30s, DHEA levels typically decline by 10% per decade. In addition to the normal decline associated with aging, other possible causes of a decline in DHEA production include inflammation, blood sugar imbalances and long-term stress.