All of the approximately 100 trillion cells that together make up the human body have their own “cellular furnaces” where fuel from food is burned to produce energy. These furnaces are subdivisions of the cell, “organelles” called mitochondria. Inside the mitochondria, with the assistance of enzymes from the Krebs cycle, carbohydrates and fatty acids are metabolised into adenosine triphosphate (ATP).

ATP is considered a cofactor and a modulator of activity of some enzymes and can be thought of as cellular currency. Bioenergetic nutrients are associated with improved mitochondrial function and energy production.

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Code Product description Type Size Supplier
ACF90 Adrenal C Formula Caps 90 DRW
ACF150 Adrenal C Formula Caps 150 DRW
AR90 Adrenal Rebuilder Caps 90 DRW
AR150 Adrenal Rebuilder Caps 150 DRW
71210 Coenzyme Q10, 30mg Caps 30 ARG
71220 Coenzyme Q10, 50mg Caps 75 ARG
2615 CoQ-Zyme 30™ (emulsified) Tabs 30 BRC
2616 CoQ-Zyme 30™ (emulsified) Tabs 60 BRC
76070 CoQH-CF™ Caps 60 ARG
73470 Coenzyme Q10 100mg w /Tocotrienols Soft Gel 200 ARG
73450 Coenzyme Q10 100mg w /Tocotrienols Soft Gel 30 ARG
73460 Coenzyme Q10 100mg w /Tocotrienols Soft Gel 60 ARG
75910 FibroBoost™ Caps 75 ARG
1452 Inositol (From Rice) Tabs 200 BRC
70740 Magnesium Malate Forte Tabs 120 ARG
NTFAC150 NT Factor Advanced Pysician’s Formula Tabs 150 NTI
76710 NT Factor Energy Lipids Pwdr 150g ARG
76700 NT Factor Healthy Aging Formula Tabs 120 ARG
76700 NT Factor Healthy Curb Formula Tabs 180 ARG
72750 ProGreens® Capsules Caps 180 ARG
51540 ProGreens® Powder (VAT Exempt) Pwdr 263g ARG
55700 ProGreens® Stickpacks (VAT Exempt) Pkts 15 ARG
51550 ProGreens® Travel Size (VAT Exempt) Pwdr 145g ARG
NTPRO60 Propax Gold w/NT Factor Pkts 60 NTI
7700 Stamina Caps™ Caps 100 BRC

References

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  3. Nakamura R, Littarru GP, Folkers K, Wilkinson EG. Study of CoQ10-enzymes in gingiva from patients with periodontal disease and evidence for a deficiency of coenzyme Q10. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1974 Apr;71(4):1456-60. View Abstract
  4. Abstract of Fibronol phase 1a Clinical Trial Results. View Summary
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