ATP (adenosine triphosphate) powers virtually every activity of your cells and your whole body.
It supplies energy to your heart muscle and other muscles for movement, generates electrical impulses in nerves, it’s necessary for vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and amino acids to be used in your body, plus many more functions. A single molecule of Fulvic Acid carries more than 60 minerals and trace elements into your cells.
Studies suggest that ATP provides 95% of all cellular energy in your body. Without it, life would cease. It is the ultimate food for cells and life-force of agelessness.
- Extreme energy (reduces workout recovery time)
- Increases libido (testosterone)
- Addresses chronic fatigue
- Stimulates cellular ATP (adenosine triphosphate)
- Repairs DNA
- Restores your life force
ATP+ has mechanically extracted fulvic acid added as a carrier, telling your mitochondria to make more ATP for energy.
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 amount, at any given time in your body – not what your body produces on a daily basis.
On average the metabolic energy a person generates is enough to produce his or her own body weight of ATP every day (just to function), and every second our approximately 50 trillion cells consume and regenerate 10 million molecules of ATP.
Studies show that when resting, we need about 88 pounds of ATP every 24 hours – and this amount can increase up to 1.1 pounds/minute with increased activity. The more active the muscle, the more ATP it needs.
ATP+ Activator – Life Crystals
Developed by George Merkl, Life Crystals are created from fruit, oolong tea, coffee and honey using a solar distillation process that yields a concentration of ATP/GTP in a ultra pure crystalline base of the 5 carbon sugars.
When the combination of Life Crystals and Fulvic Acid come together harmonious alchemy is achieved – the ultimate cell food.
Fulvic Acid carries Life Crystals right into the nucleus of each cell, where it instructs the mitochondria to make more ATP (adenosine triphosphate).