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Actions and Benefits - L-arginine is a dibasic amino acid, meaning it can pass the brain barrier. It is best known for its cardiovascular benefits and plays a role in a number of physiological functions in the body. l-arginine is converted to nitric oxide which relaxes the blood vessels and regulates blood vessel flexibility and tone. When combined with Citruline, l-arginine effective metabolism is increased. L-arginine may help with conditions that improve when blood vessels are relaxed (called vasodilation), such as atherosclerosis, erectile dysfunction, and intermittent claudication. It helps the body get rid of ammonia (a waste product). L-arginine is also involved in protein formation. In larger amounts, L-arginine stimulates the release of hormones growth hormone and prolactin.
L-arginine has been used for erectile dysfunction. Like the drug sildenafil citrate (Viagra), L-arginine is thought to enhance the action of nitric oxide, which relaxes muscles surrounding blood vessels supplying the penis. As a result, blood vessels in the penis dilate, increasing blood flow, which helps maintain an erection. The difference in how they work is that Viagra blocks an enzyme called PDE5 which destroys nitric oxide and L-arginine is used to make nitric oxide. Unlike Viagra, L-arginine must be taken daily.
L-arginine is conditionally essential, which means that the body normally has enough. It's produced in the kidney and to a lesser extent, in the liver.
Food sources of L-arginine include plant and animal proteins, such as dairy products, meat, poultry, fish, and nuts. The ratio of L-arginine to lysine is also important - soy and other plant proteins have more L-arginine than animal sources of protein.
Severe burns, infections, and injuries can deplete the body's supply of arginine. Under these conditions, L-arginine becomes essential and it is necessary to ensure proper intake to meet the increased demands.
L-arginine is also essential for children with rare genetic disorders that impair the formation of L-arginine.

Side Effects of L-Arginine - L-arginine may lower blood pressure because it is involved in the formation of nitric oxide. It may also result in indigestion, nausea, and headache.
L-arginine should not be used following a heart attack. If you have a history of heart disease, consult your doctor before taking L-arginine.
Higher doses of arginine can increase stomach acid, so it may worsen heartburn, ulcers, or digestive upset cause by medications. Arginine appears to increase stomach acid by stimulating the production of gastrin, a hormone that increases stomach acid.
L-arginine may also alter potassium levels, especially in people with liver disease. People with kidney disease and those who take ACE inhibitors or potassium sparing diuretics should not use supplemental L-arginine unless they are under professional supervision. It may also alter the levels of other chemicals and electrolytes in the body, such as chloride, sodium, and phosphate.
Arginine may increase blood sugar levels, so it shouldn't be used by people with diabetes unless under a doctor's supervision.
Pregnant and nursing women and children should not use supplemental L-arginine, as it's safety has not been established.
People with genital herpes should not take L-arginine because it may aggravate their symptoms.




Actions and Benefits - Is an enzyme with vitamin like antioxidant properties that may be more powerful than vitamin E. Levels of Coenzyme Q 10 decrease with age and should be supplemented. It plays a crucial role in the effectiveness of the immune system and the aging process. All cells have it, but it is concentrated in the heart muscle. Studies have shown a drop in Co-QIO has caused diseases to flourish. It is essential in the production of energy in every cell in the body. Increases tissue oxygenation. Has been used as treatment for heart disease and high blood pressure. Has benefits to help with the following problems; allergies, asthma, respiratory disease, aging, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, obesity, periodontal disease and candidiasis. May help with mental functions like Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia. Research is being done to see what benefits it may have for AIDS and cancer. Can possibly help reduce side effects of cancer chemotherapy.


Actions and Benefits - Dimenhydrinate is a antihistamine. It has a history of helping with the nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness. May reduce excess stimulation of histamine production within the inner ear. Large doses may cause unpleasant side effects including drowsiness, dry mouth, blurred vision, dizziness and fatigue.


Actions and Benefits - DHEA or Dehydro-Epiandrosterone is a steroid hormone produced in high amounts by the adrenal gland. It is considered the mother of hormones by researchers because it is the precursor of the manufacturing of many other hormones. It is the most abundant steroid in the blood stream. The body produces less DHEA as we age and needs to be supplemented. Can help retard and possibly reverse some of the effects of aging. Helps enhance the immune system. Helps reduce the risks of heart disease. May help stop the effects of carcinogens and reduce the risks of cancer. Aids to promote lean muscle tissue. May increase bone density, reversing effects of osteoporosis. May help normalize blood sugar levels Helpful for stress and depression. Also helps with multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.


Actions and Benefits - Gamma linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid. Must be supplemented. A lack of GLA may lead to a dysfunctional level of prostaglandins. Helps prevent hardening of the arteries, heart disease, premenstrual syndrome, multiple sclerosis and high blood pressure. Aids in lowering cholesterol.


Actions and Benefits - A substance classified as an amino sugar which is not used as a source of energy, however it is incorporated into the structure of body tissues. Is involved in the formation of tendons, bones, ligaments, skin, eyes, nails and heart valves. Can helpful for arthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, asthma, candidiasis, food allergies, osteoporosis, and various skin ailments.


Actions and Benefits - Is involved in the formation of tendons, bones, ligaments, skin, eyes, nails and heart valves. Can be helpful for arthritis.


Actions and Benefits - It is important for muscle metabolism, by helping to maintain a proper balance of nitrogen. Aids in weight loss because it helps facilitate reduction of body fat and increasing muscle tissue. Can help in building new bone and tendon cells, thus it may be good for arthritis and connective tissue disorders. Helps enhance the immune functions, thus benefiting those suffering with diseases that effect the immune system.


Actions and Benefits - Helps transport long-chain fatty acids. Vegetarians are more likely to be deficient in carnitine due to a diet low in lysine. By helping prevent fatty build-up, it aids in weight loss and decreases risk of heart disease. Can improve athletic ability. Enhances the effectiveness of antioxidants E & C.


Actions and Benefits - A sulfur-containing amino acid. Aids in the production of collagen and promotes the proper elasticity and texture of the skin. Helps to detoxify harmful toxins and protect the body from radiation damage. Works best with selenium and vitamin E to aid as a free radical scavenger. Helps protect the liver and brain from damage caused from alcohol, drugs, and toxic compounds in cigarette smoke. Supplementation is recommended in treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, hardening of the arteries, and mutogenic disorders such as cancer. Helps promote healing after surgery and severe bums. Binds with soluble iron, aiding in iron absorption. Can help promote healing from respiratory disorders because of its ability to breakdown mucus. Has an important role in the activity of white blood cells, which fight disease.
CAUTIONS: People who have diabetes should use caution, is capable of inactivating insulin. People with cystinuria, a rare genetic condition that leads to the formation of cystine kidney stones, should not take cysteine.


Actions and Benefits - Retards muscle degeneration. Essential for central nervous system function and healthy prostate. Is needed by the immune system to produce the nonessential amino acids. Has inhibitory actions that help prevent epilepsy. Has been used to treat bipolar depression. Proper balance of this amino acid produces more energy. Too much can displace glucose and cause fatigue.


Actions and Benefits - Needed for formation of hemoglobin. It is metabolized in muscle tissue. Should be taken with the correct balance of leucine and valine, Helps regulate blood sugar and energy levels. Deficiency can lead to symptoms similar to those of hypoglycemia-.


Actions and Benefits - Should be taken in balance with isoleucine and valine- Should be taken in moderation, or hypoglycemia may result. Lowers elevated blood sugar levels. Promotes the healing of bones, skin and muscle tissue. Is recommended for those recovering from surgery-


Actions and Benefits - Essential building block for all protein. Aids in production of antibodies, hormones, and enzymes. Aids in production of collagen and repair of tissues. Needed for proper growth and bone development in children. Aids in absorption of calcium and helps maintain nitrogen balance in adults. Aids in fighting viruses like cold sores and Herpes. Important for those recovering from surgery and sports injuries. Lowers high serum triglycerides. Deficiencies result in loss of energy, inability to concentrate, irritability, anemia, retarded growth and reproduction disorders, hair loss, blood shot eyes.


Actions and Benefits - Is not produced by the body and must be obtained from food or supplements. Assists in breakdown of fats, preventing build-up of fat in the liver and arteries. Because the body uses L-Methionine to derive a brain food called choline, it would be wise to supplement the diet with choline or lecithin (which is high in choline) so that the supply of L-Methionine is not depleted. Is important in the treatment of rheumatic fever and toxemia during pregnancy. Aids in the digestive system. Interacts with other substances to detoxify. Aids with muscle weakness. Helps to prevent brittle hair. Is beneficial for allergic chemical sensitivities and osteoporosis. Production of cysteine and taurine by the body may rely on the presence of methionine.


Actions and Benefits - Used to produce neurotransmitters. Needed by the brain to manufacture norepineplhrine. Can help elevate moods, enabling an individual to overcome depression. Can decrease pain from migraines, menstrual problems, and arthritis. Can also aid with memory, learning and obesity.
CAUTION: Should not be used during pregnancy, and those who suffer from anxiety attacks, high blood pressure, PKU (phenylketonuria), or with pre-existing pigmented melanoma (a type of cancer).


Actions and Benefits - Aids in production of collagen. Strengthens the heart muscle, joints and tendons. Aids in healing cartilage and improving skin texture.


Actions and Benefits - Helps maintain protein balance. Is important in the formation of collagen and elastin. Is present in the heart, central nervous system, and skeletal muscle. Helps to control epileptic seizures. Aids liver and lipotropic function when combined with L-aspartic acid and L-methionine.


Actions and Benefits - For better muscle metabolism, tissue repair, and nitrogen balance, use valine with leucine and isoleucine. Has an effect of being a stimulant. Deficiency results in a negative hydrogen balance of the body.


Actions and Benefits - Is a type of lipid that is needed by every cell in the human body. Cell membranes, which regulate the passage of nutrients into and out of the cells, are largely composed of lecithin. The protective sheaths surrounding the brain are composed of lecithin. Although it is a lipid it is also partly water soluble and acts as an emulsifying agent. It consists mostly of the B vitamin choline and also contains linoleic acid and inositol. Helps to prevent arteriosclerosis, protects against cardiovascular disease, improves brain function. Helps promote energy. Is needed to help repair liver damage caused by alcoholism. It enables fats, such as cholesterol and other lipids, to be dispersed in water and removed from the body; this enables the vitals organs and arteries to be protected from fatty buildup PMS, Lady Mate,


Benefits - Helps with a glossy coat & skin elasticity



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Actions and Benefits - Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone whose primary function is to promote sleep. Middle age adults (45) secrete only half as much as children and at age 80 production slows down to a trickle. It helps correct the disordered circadian rhythms of jet lag and shift work. Helps with mood swings. Melatonin also has very good antioxidant properties Melatonin OMEGA 3 & OMEGA 6 Actions and Benefits Not all fats are bad. Some are good. The difference is in polyunsaturated fatty acids. Omega 3 and 6 are considered as essential fatty acids (EFA's). The body can not produce these, they have to be supplemented. Components of these two are EPA (eicosapentanoic) and DHA (docosahexanoic) acids, these two have the ability to reduce cholesterol and tryglycerides, the harmful fats. Heat destroys essential fatty acids and can actually change and create harmful free radicals. Every living cell needs EFA's. Fatty acids are an essential player for good cardiovascular health. Helps reduce blood pressure. Are required by the body as a nutrient, however most of the population is deficient in them. Dr. Rudin says "In more ways than one, they're our nutritional missing link.' Improves skin and hair, aids in prevention of arthritis, reduces risk of blood clot formation Beneficial for candidiasis, eczema, and psoriasis. High concentrations are found in the brain, EFA's aid in transmission of nerve impulses. A deficiency can lead to impaired ability to learn and recall information.


Actions and Benefits - Is the major phospholipid in the brain. Helps maintain integrity and fluidity of cell membranes. Low levels of phosphatidylserine in the brain have been associated with impaired mental function and depression especially in the elderly. Studies show that it may help improve memory and age-related brain changes. May help with senility, depression, and Alzheimer's disease.



Actions and Benefits - A dietary supplement that combats oxidative stress through Nrf2 activation. Nrf2 helps to regulate survival genes. Oxidative stress, generated through the process of living life (eating, sleeping, breathing, exercising), is inevitable for everyone. But LifeVantage has the solution: Protandim, the Nrf2 Synergizer®, the most important dietary supplement of our time.
Comprised of natural plant ingredients, Protandim is a patented, science-based formula that has been researched, tested and validated by renowned universities and institutions. It is the only supplement clinically proven to reduce oxidative stress in humans by an average of 40 percent in 30 days. Protandim activates Nrf2, which communicates with cells, instructing them to do what they’re already designed to do: up-regulate “survival genes,” genes that enable cells to survive in the face of stress from free radicals and other oxidants, and down-regulate other genes to help the body function at an optimal level.


Actions and Benefits - Recognized as the most promising of all microalgae. Is being considered as an immediate food resource. It produces twenty times the amount of protein as that of soybeans on an equal land area. Contains nutrients, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), and high amounts of B12, high iron content, 60-70 percent protein content, essential amino acids, RNA and DNA nucleic acids, chlorophyll, and blue pigment (phycocyanin) found only in blue green algae, which may help with fighting cancer. Aids in protecting the immune system, lowering cholesterol, and in mineral absorption. Helps to cleanse and heal. May help reduce appetite. Good for hypoglycemia because of high protein content . Helps stabilize blood sugar levels.


Benefits: A very important amino acid that may help prevent cardiomyopathy and blindness



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