The benefits of Coenzyme ATM
- Reduces the damaging effects of stress and slows the
deadly processes of aging.
- Initiates the TCA cycle that produces more than 90% of the
energy the body requires to sustain life.
- Initiates the chemical reactions required by the human
body to utilize Coenzyme Q10, Coenzyme 1 (NADH/Enada) and many of the
other nutrients the body needs to stay healthy.
- Initiates the manufacture of the specific substances that
facilitate critical functions of the brain and adrenal glands.
- Supports the development and functions of the male and
female sex organs that are essential to human existence.
- Acts as the "universal acetate carrier"; it is
the primary biological cofactor used in acyl group transfers. It initiates
the metabolism of fatty acids, and supports pyruvate oxidation and other
- Supports critical functions of the immune system and
facilitates the repair of RNA, DNA and physical injury.
- Facilitates the manufacture of connective tissue and the
formation and repair of cartilage.
- Enhances physical performance and reduces the build up of
In summary, proper nutrition combined with Coenzyme ATM, vitamin and mineral supplements, and
exercise, may be the best prescription for improving the way your body looks
and feels and for providing superior "health insurance" for long
life. No Mercury!!!
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