Balance Cellular-MICA

Balance Cellular-MICA

$35.95

This energy production supplement is formulated to boost mitochondrial reserves and jumpstart cellular respiration and cellular energy production. This energy production supplement includes the powerful antioxidant trio of alpha lipoic acid, N-acetyl cysteine, and acetyl L- carnitine, that are all shown to increase energy production, recharge cellular output and decrease the instances of a compromised system.

How Balance Cellular Mica 1 Benefits the Body:

  • Recharges cellular energy production
  • Supports immune function
  • Increases antioxidant protection
  • Supports detoxification capacity
  • Provides essential micronutrients to optimize daily nutritional intake

Cellular Respiration Within The Body

The body’s cells and organ systems depend on an adequate supply of energy to optimally function. Primarily, they rely on the process of cellular respiration, which is when cells take substances and convert them into energy for building more cells and tissues for the body. The mitochondria, known as the powerhouse of the cell, contain nutrients and enzymes that are important for this cellular energy process. To increase mitochondrial output, and avoid any forms of distress, there must be adequate fuel supply and abundant antioxidants.

The Relationship Between Aerobic And Anaerobic Metabolism

Metabolism is the process our bodies use to break down the food we ingest and convert it into energy. This fuel is processed in two different ways: through aerobic or anaerobic metabolism. These processes form adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is the fuel used by cells to maintain proper function. Aerobic metabolism is used for the sustained productions of energy for exercise, such as walking, running, etc. Anaerobic metabolism is used for quick bursts of energy, such as sprints, running up the stairs, etc. Your body will switch back and forth between your aerobic and anaerobic metabolism, preserving energy reserves or increasing energy output as needed. The relationship between both aerobic and anaerobic metabolism is very closely linked as our bodies use both types of processing systems depending on the activity. However, lack of sleep, stress, poor nutrition, and prescription medications can draw on your energy reserves, using them up faster than they can be replenished.  Occasionally both of these systems can be pushed to the limit, and an energy production supplement is a good option to make sure that optimal cellular respiration and energy levels replenished.

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