Posted on 23 Aug, 2013
The Building Blocks of Revive Active
There are four main building blocks that make Revive Active the health supplement it is. Imagine a health supplement that increases energy levels, aids with cardiovascular upkeep, boosts the immune system and is also an anti-ageing agent. Firstly you’d think this is the criteria for four different products, well fortunately for you Revive Active contains ingredients that cover each and every one of these parameters. The major ingredients and how they fall into these four major building blocks will be covered so you there can be a better understanding of how exactly Revive Active affects all four building blocks.
Coenzyme Q 10: Produces ATP for energy – Peter Mitchell was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1978 which included the role of CoQ10 in energy transfer systems.
L-carnitine: Converts stored fat into energy – According to the National Institute of Health Carnitine plays a critical role in energy production.
Magnesium: Reduces tiredness and fatigue – The American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy states that magnesium is responsible for over 300 enzymatic reactions which include energy metabolism
Vitamins B1, B2 and B3: Converts carbohydrates into energy – These 3 vitamins are the most essential for the conversion of carbohydrates to energy and this is backed by multiple researchers.
D-ribose: Stimulates energy synthesis – According to the American Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, D-ribose is the sugar moiety of ATP and has also received interest as a metabolic supplement for the heart.
L-Arginine – Arginine is a chemical precursor for nitric oxide – The primary role of nitric oxide is to act as vasodilator and based on ongoing research the World Journal of Hepatology states that nitric oxide plays a role in cancer inhibition.
L-Citrulline – Increases half-life of L-Arginine – L-Citrulline plays a pivotal role with regards L-arginine, it makes it last longer in the blood stream and this backed up in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal.
Vitamin D3 and K2 – Prevent calcium build up in the heart – These two vitamins work hand in hand as a synergy to prevent the build of calcium in the vital organs, especially the heart.
Vitamin D – Reduces risk of heart failure – According to the Archives of Internal Medicine and ongoing research, studies show that those with vitamin D deficiency are more susceptible to heart related complications than those without a deficiency.
Vitamin C – Helps the immune system run smoothly – This particular vitamin is vital for the immune system, if there’s a deficiency the immune system shuts down slowly leaving the body vulnerable to attack from diseases and this is backed by the annals of nutrition and metabolism.
Vitamin E – An antioxidant that helps boost the immune system – Vitamin E works as a synergy with vitamin C and helps to boost the body’s immune system as well as working with other minerals in the product.
B – Complex – Produce energy and red blood cells – Vitamin B complex contains all 8 of the vitamin B vitamins which includes B6 which is specialized to helping the immune system and breaking down proteins.
Selenium -Selenium is an antioxidant that decreases the aging of skin – Selenium is also an antioxidant that works by protecting us from UV radiation and according to the Journal of Investigative Journalism it can possibly protect against UV radiation induced damage to skin cells.
Pomegranate – Slows down and prevents oxidative stress caused by free radicals – ‘’ the juice in pomegranate seeds contains both ellagic acid and punicalagin. The first is a polyphenol compound that fights damage from free radicals; the second is a super nutrient that may increase your body’s capacity to preserve collagen, the sub dermal connective tissue that makes skin look smooth and plump’’ according Debra Jaliman, MD, an assistant professor of dermatology at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.
Coenzyme Q10 – Rejuvenates cells – CoQ10 protects the stability of the cell membrane, protects DNA from free radical induced oxidative damage, and helps recycle Vitamin E. This in turn means the body is more preserved
Nitric Oxide – Reduces oxidative stress – Accumulating evidence strongly suggests that oxidative stress underlies aging processes and Nitric oxide relives oxidative stress by acting as vasodilator and widening blood vessels for improved blood flow.