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How to boost energy without using Caffeine
Stressful situations take their toll on you and deplete the body of the Vitamins B6 and Vitmain B5 especially. It is important to replenish these when required. During stress, nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin B5, zinc and magnesium are important for supporting adrenal function. Vitamin B5 has long been considered the ?anti-stress? vitamin because of its central role in adrenal function and cellular metabolism. Fatigue and moning tiredness are symptoms sometimes experienced due to to lack of these vitamins.
Folic acid, Inositol and vitamin B6, are involved in the manufacture and action of mood enhancing hormones such as serotonin.
Traditionally, magnesium has been used for nervous tension, stress and anxiety. So all these nutrients are necessary to maintain good adrenal function and nourish the nervous system.
These are all formulated in our Energiplex Nutriceutical along with Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) raises the levels within cells of glutathione, which is critical for neural function, and aids in glycolysis, the first stages of breaking down carbohydrates for energy.
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