The brain, muscles, heart, and digestive tract all require energy to properly function and maintain repair. Disruption typically results in fatigue. Supporting the cells little “energy furnaces” known as mitochondria are key to energizing every part of the body. A balanced diet, sleep and water are essential for energy formation.
Maintaining Mitochondria Function
Many molecules contribute to energy formation in the Mitochondria.
- B1 and other B vitamins, CoQ10, and calcium and magnesium.
Adrenal Hormone Support Energy
- B vitamins, Pantothenic Acid, and Vitamin C form adrenal hormones. Stress Adaptogens Panax Ginseng and Siberian Eluthero and Rhodiola reset sensitivity to adrenal hormones and support normal cortisol levels.
- Neurotransmitters Dopamine and Norepinephrine precursors impact mood and energy.
- Maintain thyroid levels with iodine, tyrosine from protein, and ashwagandha if extra support is desired.
Antioxidants produced in the body
- Antioxidants Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD) and Glutathione protect along with trace minerals zinc, copper and manganese.
Antioxidants to Consume
- Ergothioneine and fat soluble vitamin B1, Benfotiamine, are highly protective as well as activate forming new mitochondria.
- Colored flavonoids from vegetables, berries, tea & chocolate.
- Vitamin E, Selenium and Vitamin C
Repairing & Making New Mitochondria
- Urolithin A encourages repair of existing mitochondria through a process known as mitophagy.
- Inflammatory and damaging Senescent cells that form in the body are removed by flavonoids Fisetin and Theaflavins.
- NAD+ precursors and high intensity exercise activate the formation of new Mitochondria to make more energy.
Consolidating the Beneficial Molecules
There are comprehensive formulas that simplify any supplementation. Ask one of the Sundrops Nutritionists for Guidance.
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