is L-methylfolate, the active form of folate that predominantly occurs in foods and is directly bioavailable.
Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B12)
The lesser-known of vitamins in your body, Vitamin B12 helps create your DNA makeup and your red blood cells. It comes from meats, poultry, seafood, dairy and eggs primarily. Deficiencies can make people anemic, though mild, deficiencies usually go unnoticed.
Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3)
Referred to as the “miracle vitamin,” Vitamin D3 is essential to your body’s ability to fight disease.
Alpha Lipoic Acid
As an essential part of protecting the brain, these antioxidants increase the body’s ability to protect against memory loss, chronic fatigue, HIV/AIDS, cancer, liver disease, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, eye disorders and Lyme disease.
Pyridoxal 5 Phosphate (Vitamin B6)
Deliverability of Vitamin B6 is most effective through Restore Me, as natural food sources lose half of their vitamin content when cooked, frozen, canned, stored or processed. B6 is reported to increase serotonin levels.
Vitamin C is is involved in developing neurotransmitters, it affects your mood. It also plays a significant role in protecting against age-related brain degeneration and strokes.
With benefits like greater energy, less fatigue, and faster muscle recovery, vitamin B2 is essential to everyday health.
Pantothenic Acid as Calcium D-Pantothenate (Vitamin B5)
Calcium D-Pantothenate is a synthetic water-soluble vitamin that assists in manufacturing red blood cells and hormones. It aids with quickening wound healing and reduces bad cholesterol while raising good cholesterol and lowering stress. Small amounts of this vitamin can be found in nearly all foods, but a high level of food processing in Western food has negatively affected the natural sources of Vitamin B5.
Benfotiamine (Vitamin B1)
Benfotiamine is a fat-soluble, more bioactive form of Thiamine. Because it is quickly metabolized, it doesn't accumulate in the body and greatly reduces negative consequences of surplus.
As one of the most beneficial anti-oxidants affecting your nervous system, liver and kidneys, Glutathione is the primary defense against toxins that contribute to neuropathy. Because its strength is weakened by painkillers, finding a way to increase glutathione is essential.
As an essential mineral that our bodies need to function properly, low levels can be linked to migraines. Magnesium oxide is used to treat migraines.
Riboflavin has been proven to be a migraine preventative. It helps reduce the frequency and strength of migraines.