|Pea Protein Isolate & Rice Protein Concentrate |
(50:50 Blend) 22.6 g – Vegetarian sources of pro-
tein with a balanced amino acid profle.
Vitamin A (as Retinyl Palmitate) 1000 IU – A fat-
soluble nutrient that plays a vital role in eyesight,
tissue healing, growth, healthy skin, reproduction,
bone development, and proper function of the im-
Beta Carotene 4000 IU – A member of the carot-
enoid family, considered to be a precursor to vita-
min A. Studies have demonstrated that Beta-Caro-
tene may useful as an antioxidant, and may have
immunomodulatory, anticarcinogenic and antiath-
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid) 110 mg – Plays an im-
portant role in the formation and maintenance of
collagen. It is known to stimulate adrenal function,
help thyroid hormone production, aid in cholesterol
metabolism, and act as an antioxidant.
Calcium (as Citrate) 75 mg – Maintains bones,
nerve function, blood clotting, heart function, and
assists with enzyme function.
Iron (Ferrous as Glycinate Chelate) 4 mg – Thought
to be very involved in the formation of hemoglobin.
Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) 80 IU – Clinical tri-
als have demonstrated vitamin D3 to have a strong
impact on supporting almost all the systems of
the body, including the immune, digestive, cardio-
vascular, nervous, endocrine and musculoskeletal
Vitamin E (as d-alpha Tocopheryl Succinate) 80 IU
–Widely used as an antioxidant with the objective of
reducing oxidation of lipid membranes and unsatu-
rated fatty acids. Also believed to be to be useful
in preventing the breakdown of other nutrients by
Vitamin B1 (as Thiamine Mononitrate) 2 mg –
Thought to be involved in functions which support
the nervous system. Believed to have a key meta-
bolic role in the cellular production of ATP.
Vitamin B2 (as Ribofavin) 2 mg – May be useful in
assisting cells to utilize oxygen and for normal cell
growth. Involved in the complex respiratory process-
es occurring in the mitochondria of cells.
Vitamin B3 (as Niacinamide) 7 mg - Said to stimu-
late circulation and reduce cholesterol levels in the
blood due to its involvement in the metabolism of
fats. Also may stimulate gastric juices.
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) 3.4 mg –
Thought to be important in the utilization of all food
sources for energy and in facilitating the release of
glycogen from the liver and muscles.
Folate (as Folic Acid) 80 mcg – Believed to be in-
volved in many amino acid conversions such as the
methylation of methionine, serine, histidine, and
Vitamin B12 (as Cyanocobalamine) 3.6 mcg
– Known as the “energy” vitamin. Is thought to be
necessary for the activation of folic acid and essen-
tial for the syntheses of methionine.
Biotin 135 mcg – A member of the B-vitamin family
that is involved with the biosynthesis of fatty acids,
gluconeogenesis, energy production, and the me-
tabolism of the branched chain amino acids. It is
reported to have glucose tolerance modulating ac-
tivity and may assist in the management of brittle
fngernails and hair.
Vitamin B5 (as Calcium D-Pantothenate) 3.5 mg
– The “anti-stress” vitamin which seems to be vital
to energy and to protein, fat, and carbohydrate me-
tabolism. Believed to be involved in the synthesis of
hormones and neurotransmitters.
Phosphorus (as Potassium Phosphate) 200 mg
– The second most abundant mineral in the body,
involved with forming bones and teeth, energy pro-
duction, and the utilization of carbohydrates and
fats. Also important to protein synthesis for the
growth, maintenance and repair of tissues and
Iodine (as Potassium iodide) 53 mcg – Believed to
be essential in the production of thyroid hormones
which are responsible for the body’s basal meta-
bolic rate (BMR).
Potassium (as Phosphate) 252 mg – Said to be
useful in regulating water balance and the acid-
base balance in the blood and tissues.
Magnesium (as Citrate) 140 mg – An essential min-
eral that is involved with over 300 metabolic reac-
tions. Many call it the “anti-stress” mineral, as it is
believed to be integral to the relaxation of skeletal
and smooth muscles. It may also have antihyper-
tensive, glucose-regulatory, and bronchodilatory
Zinc (as Glycinate Chelate) 10 mg – Believed to
have antioxidant activity and, as such, has been
used by many to assist in healing throughout the
body and as an immune modulator. It is reported
that it also may have antiviral, fertility enhancing
and retinoprotective activities.
Selenium (as Amino Acid Complex) 40 mcg – An es-
sential trace element that has been found to be an
antioxidant, and to assist in the regulation of thyroid
hormone metabolism. Other evidence shows it may
have immunomodulatory, anticarcinogenic and anti-
Copper (as Glycinate Chelate) 1000 mcg – An es-
sential trace mineral thought of as a catalyst in the
formation of hemoglobin. It is also thought to help
control levels of histamine.
Manganese (as Glycinate Chelate) 1.3 mg – An
essential trace element thought to be involved in
enzyme systems responsible for energy produc-
tion, protein metabolism, bone formation, and the
synthesis of L-dopamine, cholesterol, and mucopoly-
Chromium (as Polynicotinate) 50 mcg – An essen-
tial trace mineral believed to regulate carbohydrate
metabolism by enhancing insulin function. It may
also hypocholesterolemic and anti-atherogenic
Molybdenum (as Glycinate Chelate) 120 mcg – An
essential trace mineral thought to be vital in uric
acid formation, iron utilization, carbohydrate me-
tabolism, and sulfte detoxifcation.
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine 600 mg – A derivative of L-Cys-
teine that is a major precursor to the antioxidant
glutathione. Studies suggest that it may have strong
hepatoprotective properties, mucolytic properties,
and may regenerate liver stores of glutathione.
L-Cysteine (as Hydrochloride) 500 mg – Is a sulfur
amino acid which serves as a precursor for the syn-
thesis of proteins, glutathione, taurine, and coen-
zyme A, among other things. Studies have demon-
strated that L-Cysteine may have anti-infammatory
properties, it may protect against various toxins,
and it might help with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid
L-Glutathione 400 mg – An antioxidant which helps
to protect cells from reactive oxygen species like
free radicals and peroxides. Studies suggest that it
may also support liver detoxifcation and may have
immune modulating properties.
L-Methionine 175 mg – An essential sulphur-
containing amino acid considered an antioxidant
because it is a methyl donor. This methyl group is
donated to the body so it may combine with active
free radicals and minimize their damaging effects.
Methionine gives rise to cysteine and can act as a
powerful detoxifying agent and as a lipotropic to pre-
vent excess fat buildup in the liver. It has also been
demonstrated to possibly protect against alcohol,
to aid in maintaining the pool of glutathione, and it
may assist with eliminating toxic heavy metals.
Allergy Information - Product Details
- Corn Free
- Dairy Free
- Egg Free
- Gluten Free
- Preservatives Free
- Salt/Sodium Free
- Yeast Free