Alpha GPC Is a cholinergic compound that is used for its cognitive-promoting properties, and to enhance power output in athletes. It appears to also support cellular membranes, and may aid in preventing cognitive decline.      Choline Bitartate Is a naturally occurring, water soluble, biological compound that is an intermediate for the synthesis of phosphatidylcholine, a major constituent of brain tissue. It readily passes through the blood-brain barrier to activate critical components in cell-membranes and may improve learning and memory performance.       N-Acetyl-L Tyrosine A non-essential amino acid that plays a big role in production of neurotransmitters, dopamine and norepinephrine response to stress.      Noopept A nootropic that creates cognitive enhancement Also known as brain booster due to creating positive effects for mental performance. What types of performance you ask? Increased memory and speed of recall, attention span and enhanced learning capacity, increased metal focus, concentration and clarity in thought, quick decision making, problem solving, and creative thought.      Caffeine Anhydrous Improved focus, heightened alertness, faster reaction time, reduced fatigue, increased endurance and improved mood.       Dicaffeine Malate Helps boost energy levels, stimulate the metabolism and improves focus.      Ashwagandha Enhances stamina and has extraordinary stress relieving properties Also, reduces anxiety, lowers cortisol the primary stress hormone, reduce brain cell degeneration, and Boosts immunity.      Ginkgo Biloba Ginkgo biloba is commonly used for memory improvement, energy and fights Inflammation. Ginkgo also improves your mood improves cognitive function and social functioning.       L- Taurine Increases mental concentration, alertness and also can improve overall sense of well-being. Taurine helps to regulate stress, protects against hardening arteries, supports energy production, and lowers blood pressure.      Vitamin A Palmitate (Vitamin A) Some important functions in the body, one being the upkeep of proper vision. When the body is low in Vitamin A, the eyes gradually lose the ability to adapt to changes in light. Another important role of vitamin A concerns the formation, maintenance, and growth of skin, which forms the body's primary barrier to infection.      Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) Is a key antioxidant required for protecting against free-radical damage and cell repair. It also helps support the longevity of Vitamin E. Ascorbic Acid is an essential nutrient for nearly all areas of health such as immunity and healing, the human body cannot make this. We must consume a sufficient amount through our diet or supplementation.      Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3) Promotes the release of energy from the protein‚ carbohydrates‚ and fats that you eat; this can support overall health by giving you the boost of energy. It also has the potential to support cardiovascular health.       Vitamin E (as Tocopheryl Acetate) A major antioxidant and the primary defense against lipid peroxidation. It protects the body’s cells from free radical damage. These protective benefits are achievable with supplemental intakes higher than what is normally consumed in the average diet.      Phytonadione (Vitamin K1)  Converts osteocalcin, which is a bone protein important for keeping calcium within the bone.       Biotin Essential for normal skin growth, hair growth, lipid metabolism and energy production (ATP). Biotin helps on the inside of your body by metabolizing carbohydrates, fats and proteins which help to deliver energy throughout the body.      Thiamine (as Monohydrate, B1) Helps break down sugars, carbohydrates, and fats in the body to provide energy. Vitamin B-1 also helps support a normal appetite, maintains a healthy nervous system as well as aid in the proper function of the heart and other muscles. Stress increases the need for Vitamin B-1 and all the other B vitamins, and can help combat tiredness, depression, irritability and inability to concentrate.      Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)  Promotes metabolism and athletic performance. It is a precursor to coenzymes involved in the growth and repair of skin and tissues lining the gastro-intestinal tract, as well as the synthesis of amino acids. Vitamin B2 is also necessary for the formation of pigments essential to vision.       Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) Supports proper brain function, reduces cortisol, maintains skin health, and joint mobility.      Pantothenic Acid (as Calcium Panothenate, B5) Helps the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which the body uses to produce energy. Also helps the body use fats and protein.      Pyridoxine (As Calcium hydrochloride, B6) Important for energy production and involved in protein metabolism, helps to maintain the nervous system ,also is essential in the creation of red blood cells, to transport oxygen throughout the body.        Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) Helps to create blood cells and also the health of the nervous system. Cyanocobalamin plays a role in energy metabolism.      Copper ( as Copper Gluconate) An essential micro mineral that benefits bone, nerve, and skeletal health, Copper is important for sustaining energy levels.      Iron, Electrolyte Iron is a mineral which is responsible for the conversion of blood sugar into energy. Iron is essential for proper functioning of our immune system. Iron also helps to carry oxygen throughout the body.      Iodine (Potassium Iodide) Helps to build proteins and muscles, maintains proper body growth, break down and use carbs. This mineral is essential to perform both electrical and cellular actions in our body.      Zinc (as Zink Oxide) Is an antioxidant, helps immune function, skin maintenance, digestive enzyme production and helps with the digestion of food.      Selenium Is a potent antioxidant which guards the cells from free radical damage.       Chromium (Chromium Polynicotinate) Helps with the utilization of protein, fat, and carbohydrates.       Molybdenum Also helps with the utilization of protein, fat, and carbohydrates.   

   Alpha GPC
Is a cholinergic compound that is used for its cognitive-promoting properties, and to enhance power output in athletes. It appears to also support cellular membranes, and may aid in preventing cognitive decline.


   Choline Bitartate
Is a naturally occurring, water soluble, biological compound that is an intermediate for the synthesis of phosphatidylcholine, a major constituent of brain tissue. It readily passes through the blood-brain barrier to activate critical components in cell-membranes and may improve learning and memory performance. 


   N-Acetyl-L Tyrosine
A non-essential amino acid that plays a big role in production of neurotransmitters, dopamine and norepinephrine response to stress.


   Noopept
A nootropic that creates cognitive enhancement Also known as brain booster due to creating positive effects for mental performance. What types of performance you ask? Increased memory and speed of recall, attention span and enhanced learning capacity, increased metal focus, concentration and clarity in thought, quick decision making, problem solving, and creative thought.


   Caffeine Anhydrous
Improved focus, heightened alertness, faster reaction time, reduced fatigue, increased endurance and improved mood. 


   Dicaffeine Malate
Helps boost energy levels, stimulate the metabolism and improves focus.


   Ashwagandha
Enhances stamina and has extraordinary stress relieving properties Also, reduces anxiety, lowers cortisol the primary stress hormone, reduce brain cell degeneration, and Boosts immunity.


   Ginkgo Biloba
Ginkgo biloba is commonly used for memory improvement, energy and fights Inflammation. Ginkgo also improves your mood improves cognitive function and social functioning. 


   L- Taurine
Increases mental concentration, alertness and also can improve overall sense of well-being. Taurine helps to regulate stress, protects against hardening arteries, supports energy production, and lowers blood pressure.


   Vitamin A Palmitate (Vitamin A)
Some important functions in the body, one being the upkeep of proper vision. When the body is low in Vitamin A, the eyes gradually lose the ability to adapt to changes in light. Another important role of vitamin A concerns the formation, maintenance, and growth of skin, which forms the body's primary barrier to infection.


   Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
Is a key antioxidant required for protecting against free-radical damage and cell repair. It also helps support the longevity of Vitamin E. Ascorbic Acid is an essential nutrient for nearly all areas of health such as immunity and healing, the human body cannot make this. We must consume a sufficient amount through our diet or supplementation.


   Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3)
Promotes the release of energy from the protein‚ carbohydrates‚ and fats that you eat; this can support overall health by giving you the boost of energy. It also has the potential to support cardiovascular health. 


   Vitamin E (as Tocopheryl Acetate)
A major antioxidant and the primary defense against lipid peroxidation. It protects the body’s cells from free radical damage. These protective benefits are achievable with supplemental intakes higher than what is normally consumed in the average diet.


   Phytonadione (Vitamin K1)
 Converts osteocalcin, which is a bone protein important for keeping calcium within the bone. 


   Biotin
Essential for normal skin growth, hair growth, lipid metabolism and energy production (ATP). Biotin helps on the inside of your body by metabolizing carbohydrates, fats and proteins which help to deliver energy throughout the body.


   Thiamine (as Monohydrate, B1)
Helps break down sugars, carbohydrates, and fats in the body to provide energy. Vitamin B-1 also helps support a normal appetite, maintains a healthy nervous system as well as aid in the proper function of the heart and other muscles. Stress increases the need for Vitamin B-1 and all the other B vitamins, and can help combat tiredness, depression, irritability and inability to concentrate.


   Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 
Promotes metabolism and athletic performance. It is a precursor to coenzymes involved in the growth and repair of skin and tissues lining the gastro-intestinal tract, as well as the synthesis of amino acids. Vitamin B2 is also necessary for the formation of pigments essential to vision. 


   Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)
Supports proper brain function, reduces cortisol, maintains skin health, and joint mobility.


   Pantothenic Acid (as Calcium Panothenate, B5)
Helps the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which the body uses to produce energy. Also helps the body use fats and protein.


   Pyridoxine (As Calcium hydrochloride, B6)
Important for energy production and involved in protein metabolism, helps to maintain the nervous system ,also is essential in the creation of red blood cells, to transport oxygen throughout the body.

 

   Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12)
Helps to create blood cells and also the health of the nervous system. Cyanocobalamin plays a role in energy metabolism.


   Copper ( as Copper Gluconate)
An essential micro mineral that benefits bone, nerve, and skeletal health, Copper is important for sustaining energy levels.


   Iron, Electrolyte
Iron is a mineral which is responsible for the conversion of blood sugar into energy. Iron is essential for proper functioning of our immune system. Iron also helps to carry oxygen throughout the body.


   Iodine (Potassium Iodide)
Helps to build proteins and muscles, maintains proper body growth, break down and use carbs. This mineral is essential to perform both electrical and cellular actions in our body.


   Zinc (as Zink Oxide)
Is an antioxidant, helps immune function, skin maintenance, digestive enzyme production and helps with the digestion of food.


   Selenium
Is a potent antioxidant which guards the cells from free radical damage. 


   Chromium (Chromium Polynicotinate)
Helps with the utilization of protein, fat, and carbohydrates. 


   Molybdenum
Also helps with the utilization of protein, fat, and carbohydrates.