If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re interested in living a full, happy, healthy, and fulfilling life -- isn’t that everyone’s goal? In fact, it’s that idea that has caused the average life expectancy in the United States to nearly double over the past 140 years.
Today, people born in the United States have a life expectancy of almost 80 years -- a number that only sat at only 40 years in 1880. A majority of this can be credited to the science and research we conduct on a daily basis, all of which is designed to help us reach that ultimate goal of a long and happy life.
While we’re constantly looking for new and innovative ways to stay healthy, nothing has become more prominent than the health of your cells and cellular energy.
Why should we care about our cells?
Most people won’t think about it, but there are trillions of cells that make up your body and each one will play an essential role in our ability to age properly. Those cells are made up of tiny organelles -- nucleus, vacuoles, mitochondria, and more -- that work together to keep the cell alive
In terms of cellular energy, which is what your organs rely on to function properly, the mitochondria is what you’ll want to target. It’s responsible for not only producing the energy the cell needs (also known as ATP), but also making sure the cell can communicate with other nearby cells.
In simpler words... If you want to live a healthy life, you need healthy cells. If you want healthy cells, you need healthy mitochondria -- because that’s what produces ATP for the body.
What exactly does ATP do for the body?
Adenosine triphosphate, commonly referred to as ATP, is the body’s “energy currency.” When you consume food, your body will convert that food into ATP (among other things). The ATP molecule is responsible for carrying that energy and releasing it so the cells can utilize it.
Without ATP, your cells wouldn’t be able to function properly and your entire body would start to shut down. Think of it this way -- when you give a light bulb electricity, it lights up. Now imagine the light bulb is your body and the electricity is ATP -- voila!
Why should we be careful with ATP production?
There is a bit of a catch-22 with Adenosine triphosphate. When the body produces it, it also produces molecules called free radicals. Also found in the mitochondria, free radicals fight to decrease cellular energy by taking away electrons.
While free radicals are essential in the body, too many can become dangerous to the cell and can even result in the cell dying. The more ATP you have, the better off your cells are -- but you also have to keep an eye out for free radicals.
Luckily, we can consume antioxidants, which help reduce oxidative stress by scavenging the excess free radicals in the cell.
PQQ, which can be found in kiwi and green peppers, is known to be a powerful antioxidant and helps your cells properly utilize the energy it produces. By improving the efficiency of the cell, PQQ will also help transfer excess ATP to other cells, improve sleep, enhance your memory, and produce Nerve Growth Factor in the brain.
In addition to that, Lunasin can also act as an antioxidant. It’ll also hold anti-inflammatory properties, improve the immune system, and provide fuel for the cells.
As far as the vitamins and minerals go, we added high doses of Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9, Vitamin B12, Vitamin H, and Calcium.
With this formula, you can finally give your cells the energy, protection, and repair they need on a daily basis. You’ll feel the difference and your cells with thank you!