Your Body's Energy Source
- Regenerating and rejuvenating
- Regrows cells
- Repairs DNA
- Restores your life force
- Activates thyroid function
- Boosts cellular ATP
- Decalcifies the pineal gland
Are You Deficient in ATP?
Yes... especially if you have a metabolic disease (syndrome) that includes chronic pain, fatigue, wasting. Mitochondria needs all of their essential vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and amino acids to function properly. ATP is needed to allow these nutrients to be used in your body, to light each cell (like a battery).
ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) is the most widely delivered, high-energy compound within your body. It's considered to be the pure energy engine of life as we know it.
Used to build tissue, contract muscles and generate electrical impulses in nerves. It supplies energy to your heart muscle, and other muscles for movement.
Studies suggest that ATP provides 95% of all your cellular energy. Without it, life would cease.
The normal amount of ATP stored in your body is around 50 grams, which must be constantly recycled every day. This is just the normal "on-hand" amount at any given time in your body, not what you produce on a daily basis.
On average, the metabolic energy you generate is enough to produce your own body weight in ATP every day - just to function! And every second, your 50 trillion or so cells consume and regenerate 10 million molecules of ATP.
Studies show that when resting, you need about 88 pounds of ATP every 24 hours. The amount you need can increase up to 1.1 pounds/minute, with more activity. The more active the muscle, the more ATP it needs.
Mitochondria needs all the essential vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and amino acids to function properly. ATP is needed to allow these nutrients to be used in the body to bring your cells to life.