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What's In my Drip?

We only get one body. This is why its so important to understand what we put in it and how it can benefit or adversely affect our natural chemistry

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B Vitamins

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B1 Thiamine

Converts nutrients into energy by helping the body convert carbohydrates into glucose.

 

Needed for the proper development and function of the nerves and supports nerve signaling.

 

Supports brain function, it helps with the production of the tranmitters and chemicals that transmit signals in the brain.

 

Plays a role in maintaining a healthy immune system: Necessary for the growth and function of cells involved in the immune response.

Helps the body produce Red Blood Cells 

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B2 Riboflavin

Helps break down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates and produces energy.

 

Maintains Skin and Eye Health: May even help prevent eye conditions like cataracts.

 

Helps with Red Blood Cell Production and energy.

Helps regulate thyroid activity.

 

Supports the Nervous System Absorption and Activation of other B Vitamins: For example, it is needed for the conversion of vitamin B6 to its active form.

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B3 Niacin

Helps convert food into energy, especially glucose, fat, and alcohol.

 

Helps increase levels of good cholesterol and lowers levels of bad cholesterol.

Digestive Health: Helps to maintain a healthy appetite and promotes digestion.

Skin Health: Often used to treat a range of skin conditions and to improve the overall health and look of the skin. It can help to treat sun damaged skin, certain types of acne, and skin inflammation. 

Brain Function: Helps to support brain function and is thought to help protect against Alzheimer's disease and other brain disorders.

 

Hormone Production: Can help with the production of certain hormones like cortisol.

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B5 Pantothenic

Helps turn proteins, fats, and carbohydrates into energy.

 

Hormone and Cholesterol Production: Essential for the production of cholesterol and certain hormones in the body.

 

Involved in the production of red blood cells and certain neurotransmitters in the brain.

Supports Healthy Skin: It is often included in skin and hair care products.

 

Supports Digestive System: Helps maintain a healthy digestive system and assists the body in using other vitamins, especially vitamin B2 (riboflavin).

 

Wound Healing: Some research suggests that vitamin B5 might speed up the healing of wounds, particularly following surgery.

 

Anti-Stress Vitamin: It's often referred to as the "anti-stress vitamin" because it's believed to enhance the activity of the immune system and improve the body's ability to withstand stressful conditions.

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B6 Pyridoxine

Cognitive Development: Needed for the creation of neurotransmitters that regulate emotions, including serotonin, dopamine.

 Increases the amount of oxygen carried in the blood.

 

Supports the bodies ability to fight off infection. 

Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels.

Reduction of Homocysteine Levels: High levels of homocysteine, an amino acid in the blood, are associated with heart disease. Vitamin B6 helps reduce these levels, thereby potentially reducing the risk of heart disease.

Hormone Regulation: Plays a role in hormone regulation, especially hormones related to mood and circadian rhythms, such as melatonin.

Nausea and Morning Sickness: Often used to treat nausea during pregnancy.

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B7 Biotin

Supports metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.

Needed for cells to grow. 

Healthy Skin, Hair, and Nails: Frequently used in health and beauty products to help improve the condition of hair and nails

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Helps maintain proper levels of sugar in the blood.

Helsp the body process cholesterol.

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B12 Hydroxycobalamin

Helps the body make red blood cells.

Essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system

 

Helps with the bodies processes with energy production.

Works with other B Vitamins to create and use proteins

Amino Acids

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Arginine 

It is a semi-essential amino acid this is normally produced by the body but may become essential under certain conditions, such as during periods of growth, stress or illness. 

Helps improve blood flow and oxygenation. 

Stimulates the release of growth hormone, insulin and other hormones.

 

Has immune and antioxidant effects. 

Can help rid the body of toxins like ammonia.

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L-Taurine

It helps maintain proper hydration, electrolyte and mineral balance.

 

Helps support the functions of the stomach, brain and immunity.

Helpful for anxiety.

 

It  plays a significant role in the normal functioning of the brain and the heart. 

Improves athletic performance by increasing oxygen intake, increasing time to fatigue, improves recovery times and increased strength.

 

Common ingredient in energy drinks

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Lysine

One of nine essential amino acids, which means the body cannot produce it and must obtain it from an outside source as a supplement or from the diet.

Essential component of protein production.

Enhances athletic performance by increasing the production of growth hormone. 

Promotes collagen development.

Protects the kidneys.

When used together with Zinc and Vitamin C can help suppress Herpes Simplex Virus. 

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Citruline

Beneficial for muscle performance and recovery by increasing blood flow.

 

Has also been proven to decrease blood pressure.

 

Rid the body of harmful substances like ammonia.

 

Helps to improve overall heart health.

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Ornithine

Improves athletic performane by stimulating the body to build muscle and other tissues.

important for muscle strength and growth. 

Has wound-healing effects.

 

Enhances the bodies ability to fight inection.

 

Assists in liver detoxification.

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Glutamine

An amino acid that is produced by your body and found in many foods.

 

It has several functions in your body, such as building proteins, supporting your immune system, and maintaining your intestinal gut health.

 

Needed to build proteins and critical part of the immune system. 

Minerals

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Magnesium

Considered the Miracle Mineral since 300 reactions in the body rely on magnesium. 

Important in muscle and nerve function, heart rhythm regulation, and bone health.

 

Deficiency can lead to range of symptoms and health problems, including muscle weakness, tremors, and arrhythmias. 

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Zinc

Helps form many enzymes and proteins and create new cells.

 

 Needed for immune system, taste, smell, and wound healing.

 

When taken with certain antioxidants, zinc may delay the progression of age-related macular degeneration. Zinc helps fight off infections and bacteria and can quicken recovery. 

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Copper 

Plays an important role in iron metabolism and immune system.

Helps make red blood cells, maintaining nerve cells and the immune system, forms collagen, and helps absorb and transport iron.

Assists in formation of hemoglobin which is responsible for oxygen transport in the body.

Helps maintain healthy bones and connective tissue.

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Manganese

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Calcium Gluconate

Most abundant mineral in the body.

Makes up the structure of the bones and teeth and keeps tissues rigid, strong and flexible.

Regulates blood vessel activity, muscle function, blood clotting, nerve signals and hormonal secretion. 

 

Required for muscle contraction, hormone and neurotransmitter secretion, enzyme activation, cell division, blood coagulation, membrane stability and bone structure. 

Manganese helps the body use cholesterol, glucose, and carbohydrates.

 

Helps with bone formation; reproduction; and the immune response  

Antioxidants

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Glutathione

It is naturally produced in the liver and can be found in every cell in the body.

Neutralizes free radical

Able to cross the blood-brain barrier, it aids in removing toxins from the brain and cells. 

Plays a role in the mitochondrial function needed for ATP production.

Involved in DNA synthesis and repair. 

It helps maintains healthy immune system, metabolism, enzyme functions, tissue creation/repair, and sperm production.

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Alpha Lipoic Acid

Also know as ALA or thioctic acid, a fatty acid that occurs naturally in the body and small amounts in a wide range of foods. 

It is capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier. 

Functions include; ATP productions, promotes the regeneration of other antioxidants, vitamin C, E and Glutathione.

Improves oxygenation in all cells. 

In can bond to mercury, arsenic, and cadnium and has been demonstrated to inhibit oxidative damage induced by copper and iron. 

Referred to as the "universal antioxidant" and is readily absorbed and distributed throughout the muscles and internal organs. 

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Glutathione

It is naturally produced in the liver and can be found in every cell in the body.

 

Neutralizes damage to our body.

Able to cross the blood-brain barrier and helps remove toxins from the brain and cells. 

Boosts energy. 

It helps maintains healthy immune system, tissue creation/repair, and sperm production.

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Alpha Lipoic Acid

Also know as ALA or thioctic acid, a fatty acid that occurs naturally in the body and small amounts in a wide range of foods. 

 

It is capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier. 

Boost energy.

Promotes the bodies ability to make other antioxidants, vitamin C, E and Glutathione.

Improves oxygenation in all cells. 

Can bond to unwanted metals in the body. 

 

Referred to as the "universal antioxidant" and is readily absorbed and distributed throughout the muscles and internal organs. 

Vitamins

Antioxidant Properties

Critical role in collagen synthesis Improves absorption of iron from plant-based foods.

Contributes to the health of teeth and gums.

Supports the immune system

Involved in the synthesis of certain neurotransmitters, like norepinephrine

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Vitamin D

Regulates the absorption of calcium and phosphorus.

Bone growth and re-building

 

Immune system function.

 

Role in cell growth and differentiation

May have a role in heart health and the prevention of certain cancers.

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Vitamin C

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