Due to its role in collagen formation, it may help to promote the health of the skin, hair, and nails.
Take this bedtime dissolve, and support your sleep the natural way! Melatonin is a natural hormone in each one of us that is produced in our pineal gland. It effects the sleep and wake cycle and should peak at night. Sometimes, due to stress, hormone imbalance, illness, or other issues, that cycle can be disrupted. Melatonin gets you back on track. It is quickly metabolized in the lozenge form, allowing you to have quick and effective results.
Melatonin is a potent antioxidant that helps to support glutathione activity in the neural tissue. This melatonin is provided in convenient, peppermint flavored tablet. When dissolved in the mouth, melatonin may be go directly to the brain and bypass the liver causing it to work quickly and effectively.
Created by Neuro-Immune Specialist, Dr. Kendal Stewart, Pregnenolone Plus is a custom formula that provides pregnenolone and the active precursor niacinamide for ultimate delivery of pregnenolone and aid in the protection of the mitochondrial. Pregnenolone is the key precursor pro-hormone involved in maintaining sufficient steroid hormone levels in the body. It is the precursor (building block) for other hormones in the body including cortisol, DHEA, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone and aldosterone.
Without pregnenolone there can be no human steroid hormone production.
Pregnenolone is known to modulate at least two key nerve receptors systems in the brain: NMDA receptors and GABA receptors. NMDA receptors are involved in learning, memory, and alertness. GABA receptors are involved in mood stability, relaxation, sex drive and sleep.
Niacinamide or otherwise known as Vitamin B3 works with vitamin B1, riboflavin (Vitamin B2), pyridoxine (vitamin B6), pantothenic acid, and biotin to break down and convert the carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in food into energy to help support the mitochondria. The involvement of niacin, an essential B vitamin, in cellular energy production makes it important for healthy cardiovascular function, nervous system function and immune function.
In addition, your capability to convert CoQ10 to ubiquinol also declines. It becomes more and more difficult for you to produce the ubiquinol necessary to deal with:
Increased metabolic demand
Insufficient dietary CoQ10 intake
Deficiency of factors required for biosynthesis and ubiquinol conversion
Age-related changes in your genes
And any combination of these factors
Some reports say your CoQ10 level decline becomes apparent as early as your 20's.