Fatty Acids
Complete essential fatty acids are components of cell membranes. They are essential for many body functions; including oxygen use and energy production, control of the substances passing in and out of cells, cell to cell communication, and regulation by hormones.

Fatty acids
Coenzyme q10
Coenzyme Q10 effects are involved in energy production in cells. It is necessary for the formation of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a compound which acts as an energy donor in chemical reactions.

Coenzyme Q10

Flavonoids are important for blood vessel health. They regulate capillary permeability, thereby stopping fluid, protein and blood cells from seeping out while still allowing oxygen, carbon dioxide and other nutrients to pass through.

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Meat, fish, eggs, milk and soybeans contain all the essential amino acids and are known as complete proteins.

Recent evidence suggests that choline is an essential nutrient in humans. Small quantities are synthesized in the liver with the help of vitamin B12, folic acid and the amino acid, methionine; but the amounts made may not be sufficient to meet daily needs.Antioxidants read more

Nutrients: Probiotics

There are several thousand billion bacteria in your body, most of them living in your digestive system. Although there may be as many as 400 species, the most important are Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium bifidum.