Energy is everything! When you’re feeling energetic, everything feels effortless.
Simply put, when your motivated you get s**t done!
When you’re not feeling energetic your “to do” list is a nuisance, menial tasks are laborious and your productivity greatly suffers.
This is clearly not ideal. Many people want instant gratification and I get it, but can this lead to early burnout and overall less accomplished?
Everyone wants increased energy to feel on top of the world, eager and motivated to wake up every day, but are stimulants and artificial means the answer? The sustainable and longterm solution is by tapping into your own intrinsic energy.
Stimulants, pre-workouts supplements and products with gimmicks and short term results are merely “rented” energy and can come with many penalties. It’s about owning your energy, and once you do you’ll feel limitless and never look back. This is real energy!
This kind of genuine energy all starts in your mitochondria.
Not familiar mitochondria? If you aren’t a science buff or work in the field, they may ring a bell from your grade 8 science class. Your mitochondria are the energy epicentres and powerhouses of your cells.
They convert what we eat such as sugars, proteins and fats into chemical energy that the body uses for many major functions. Your mitochondria produce approximately 90% of the chemical energy your cells and you need to survive.
Whoa, this is super important! It makes sense that if your mitochondria are not functioning optimally, you won’t be either. What you consume is transported into your mitochondria, creating an electrical voltage and producing a power molecule that fuels your entire system called adenosine triphosphate or ATP. Simply put, this is the cell’s process of creating energy. Cells contain from 1000 to 2500 mitochondria.
Scientists have concluded that the average human body contains approximately 37.2 trillion cells! Do the math, this is huge! The average cell uses 10 billion ATP per day. This is incredibly significant. As you can imagine, it’s crucial for your mitochondria function optimally, but how do you do this?
How to make your mitochondria function better
How can you own your energy and optimize these little powerhouses? AEON may be the game changer you’re looking for. AEON contains naturally sourced active ingredients such as humic and fulvic acids which have been scientifically proven to independently stimulate mitochondrial energy metabolism and function. Instead of relying on artificial “rented” energy from stimulants, you tap into your own energy and feel limitless.
In 2009, a series of landmark studies detailed for the first time how the active ingredients in AEON work on energy metabolism.
Animal subjects subjected to strenuous exercise and experienced expected ATP declines in muscle, blood, and brain tissue. When supplemented with a fulvic and humic supplement , ATP loss was sharply reduced.
Other biochemical markers of energy status also dramatically improved in the supplemented animals. Further analysis brought some of its key mechanisms of action to light. AEON contains two primary components, fulvic acid and DBPs (dibenzo-a-pyrones). Fulvic acid stimulates mitochondrial energy metabolism, protects mitochondrial membranes from oxidative damage, and helps channel electron-rich DBPs into the mitochondria to support the electron transfer chain.
These active molecules work as electron “shuttles,” augmenting CoQ10 to speed electron flow within mitochondria.
The DBPs in AEON serve as electron “reservoirs,” replenishing electrons lost by CoQ10 when it donates them to free radicals and hereby neutralizing them.
Scientific findings suggest that the active ingredients in AEON protect human tissue from lost energy in the form of ATP, while maximizing benefits from CoQ10, with dramatic improvement in exercise performance.
In pre-clinical studies, active ingredients in AEON have been shown to possess a number of additional benefits, allowing it to work in synergy with CoQ10 to protect and support mitochondrial health.
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