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The difference is the dosing and synergistic blend of molecules FOUND NATURALLY in our diet used by our bodies. Although most components are included for general well-being such as vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D & E, Biotin, Beta Carotene, Calcium, Zinc, Selenium, and Iron. Dosing was chosen based on a thorough review of vitamins implicated in positive diabetic outcomes. It is well known that glutathione is an essential cellular radical protectant (i.e., prevents cell damage due to exercise, pollutants, etc.) that becomes depleted upon extreme exertion or naturally during aging. Natural glutathione is not well absorbed in the diet. However, glutathione is made in the body by converting N-acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) into glutathione. NAC is absorbed well in the diet which promotes cellular biogenesis of glutathione. Lipoic Acid is required for mitochondrial energy production as well as amino acid metabolism. It also has been shown to reduce inflammation and helps vitamin E and coenzyme Q and glutathione do their functions more effectively. Lycopene is a well-known antioxidant found in vegetables that are important for as well as optimal cardiac and vision health. Chromium picolinate (trivalent) is used for improving blood sugar control in people with prediabetes, type 1 and type 2 diabetes. CoQ10 has many positive effects. It is important for proper mitochondrial energy production, but also a very strong antioxidant that leads to better cardiovascular health (optimal blood pressure), increases energy/athleticism, helps control cholesterol and sugar regulation (helps prevent diabetes) delays aging (live longer), improves immune system, prevents and helps wounds heal faster, improves skin and gums, increased fertility. Some studies have indicated a boost in testosterone.

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