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 Saturday, October 25th, 2014


November 17, 2012

Recover Faster

Energy is our most precious resource.

With age, both our physical and cellular energy levels decline. Not only do we feel tired, but our cells become fatigued and fail to optimally function.

Additionally, our heart muscle weakens and does not contract as fully, often leading to congestive heart failure. D-ribose can help replenish the metabolic energy needed by all our cells, including those in major organs such as our heart and brain. The result? Increased vitality, along with improved cardiac and neurological function.

Ribose serves a number of other key processes in the body. Long chains of d-ribose are strung together to form ribonucleic acid or RNA, the DNA-like structures essential to copying our genes and translating them into functioning proteins. D-ribose provides antioxidant protection for body tissues. Even the immune system needs d-ribose to power its response to infection.
So if you want better and faster recovery from your workouts, or just have more energy for that morning walk this may be something to consider.

Check with your doctor if your on any medications.

Now you can see how d-ribose supplementation can assure that vital body processes aren't starved of essential energy molecules.




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