Vitamin B1 (Benfotiamine) 30 mg
– Benfotiamine is the fat soluble version of Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) which is more available to the body than its water soluble counterparts. The implication for this is that Benfotiamine is more beneficial in supporting nerve health than the water soluble forms of B1. A number of studies, in fact, have borne this out.Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate) 40 mg
– Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate is considered the most bioavailable form of this vitamin. This is due to the fact that P-5-P is does not require prior activation by the liver to become functional, but is ready to perform its duties immediately upon ingestion.Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 120 mcg
– The most neurologically active form of Vitamin B12 is designated Methylcobalamin or methyl B12. Investigators have linked many central and peripheral neurological disorders to an insufficiency in methyl B12. Our bodies actually produce a small amount of this substance in the liver. However, much larger amounts of Methylcobalamin is said to be required to support the body’s natural ability to neutralize a substance in the body called homocysteine.Biotin 600 mcg
– An insufficiency of biotin has a dramatic effect on the nervous system. Maintaining mitochondrial health is essential for a healthy brain and nerve pathways, which require more energy than any other organ of the body. In addition, biotin assists the body’s production of fatty acids.Pantothenic Acid 50 mg
– Known as the “anti-stress vitamin,” Pantothenic Acid plays a role in the production of adrenal hormones and the formation of antibodies, aids in vitamin utilization, and helps to convert fats, carbohydrates, and proteins into energy. It is also involved in nerve transmission and in the production of neurotransmitters.Alpha Lipoic Acid 600 mg
– This nutrient is a key part of the metabolic machinery that turns glucose (blood sugar) into energy for the body’s needs. Alpha Lipoic offers dual antioxidant protection because it is both fat- and water-soluble. Water solubility means that it works inside the nerve cell. Its fat-solubility permits it to work outside the cell, at the membrane level. This double action on both sides of the nerve cell walls is said to result in a stronger defense against damaging free radicals.Acetyl L-Carnitine 1,000 mg
– Acetyl L-Carnitine is suggested by researchers to help raise myoinositol content, while also protecting nerve membranes from free radical damage. Supplementation with Carnitine has been shown to enhance neurotrophic support of sensory neurons and promote energy metabolism, thus supporting normal peripheral nerve regeneration.Carnosine 100 mg
– Carnosine is found in high concentrations in skeletal muscle, lenses of the eyes and the nervous system. Carnosine also acts as a significant antioxidant.Phosphatidylcholine 60 mg
– Phosphatidylcholine is also known as lecithin. Phosphatidylcholine is an essential protector of every cell, especially those of our nervous system, and it also serves as the main source of choline, which in turn is essential to the formation of acetylcholine, one of our most important neurotransmitters. This nutrient contributes to the production of myelin, the protective casing that surrounds the nerves and brain cells.
Inositol 60 mg – Nowhere in the body is fast, reliable, neuro-communication more important than in the brain and central nervous system. These tissues contain relatively high amounts of inositol. In addition, it supports optimal nerve conduction velocities and transmission of nerve signals.
Ginkgo Biloba Extract 50 mg – Ginkgo supports the brain’s ability to utilize oxygen and glucose by enhancing peripheral blood flow. Ginkgo optimizes nerve transmission and activates ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), an organic compound that aids metabolic reactions. We use a premium quality Ginkgo Biloba Extract (GBE) that is standardized to contain 24% Glycosides.