Experts recommend taking a daily vitamin and mineral supplement everyday. Daily One Caps are great because you only need to take one capsule per day and they give you much more than normal multi-vitamins. If our bodies are deficient in just one of these critically important nutrients, deficiency symptoms can result. Symptoms can range from muscle weakness to poor mental performance to suppressed immune functioning. Don't miss out on this important part of your diet.
A high-quality multiple vitamin-mineral formula should be regarded as one of the pillars to good health and well-being. We firmly believe this, which is why we have carefully formulated REVIVE, a complete and all-natural multivitamin-mineral, amino acid, herb, and essential nutrient supplement.
REVIVE has been meticulously designed to revitalize your mental and physical performance by providing you with the essential daily dose of vitamins and minerals needed for optimal cellular function and overall health. It also contains vital nutrients that provide the ultimate anti oxidant support, Essential Fatty Acids critical to the body's functioning, a powerful herbal formula vital for human metabolism and Free-Form Amino Acids essential for growth and development. REVIVE has everything you need for total well-being!
Revive is carefully formulated to ensure optimum nutritional effectiveness. By carefully balancing and using only the finest and purest quality ingredients, NutriGenix is able to provide you one of the most complete and comprehensive multiple nutritional supplements available. Let us help you close the huge gap left by poor diet, processed/refined foods, stress, pollution, lack of exercise with REVIVE.
Comprehensive Multi-Vitamin and Mineral Blend
Includes Essential Fatty Acids
Contains Omega 3-6-9
Pharmaceutical Grade Formula
Contains Coenzyme Q-10 & Ginkgo Biloba
As a dietary supplement, take 2-3 capsules twice daily with food.
To maximize results, increase daily water consumption.
Ingredients Amount per Serving % Daily Value*
Vitamin A 5,500 IU 150%
Vitamin C 300 mg 500%
Vitamin D 300 IU 75%
Vitamin E 150 IU 500%
Vitamin K 20 mcg 25%
Vitamin B-12 50 mcg 500%
Vitamin B-6 10 mg 250%
Biotin 100 mcg 50%
Calcium 300 mg 50%
Chromium 75 mcg 83%
Copper 0.5 mg 25%
Folate 300 mcg 75%
Iodine 50 mcg 33%
Magnesium 150 mg 62%
Manganese 1 mg 50%
Niacin 20 mg 100%
Pantothenic Acid 15 mg 150%
Phosphorus 75 mg 10%
Riboflavin 4.00 mg 250%
Selenium 70 mcg 100%
Thiamin 3.75 mg 250%
Zinc 10 mg 67%
*daily value not established.
OTHER INGREDIENTS: CELLULOSE
Alpha-Carotene 1 mg
Alpha-Lipoic Acid 25 mg
Borage Seed Oil with Gamma Lilolenic Acid 80 mg
Boron 1.5 mg
Bromelain 80 mg
Caratenoid Blend 4.5 mg
Catechins 45 mg
Citrus Bioflavonoids 12.5 mg
Coenzyme Q-10 30 mg
Cranberry Powder 200 mg
Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract 25 mg
Glucasomine 100 mg
Grape Seed Extract 25 mg
Inositol 50 mg
Isoflavones 2.5 mg
Lutein 1 mg
Lycopene 2.5 mg
Milk Thistle Extract, Fruit 55 mg
Molybdenum 37.5 mcg
N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine 25 mg
Omega 3,6,9 300 mg
PABA 25 mg
Quercetin 25 mg
RNA 25 mg
Reduced L-Glutathiane 5 mg
Silicon 5 mg
Vanadium 10 mcg
Vitamins are organic substances that are essential for the proper growth and functioning of the body. With the exception of vitamin D, which can be produced by the skin when exposed to the sun, vitamins must be obtained from food because the body is unable to produce them. If the intake of vitamin(s) isn't enough due to poor nutrition, restricted diets, or inadequate absorption, diseases can occur.
Vitamins are separated into two categories. Fat-soluble vitamins, which when taken in excess the body stores in the fat cells, and water-soluble vitamins, which are constantly flushed from the system. Unlike fat-soluble vitamins, water-soluble vitamins are easily lost during cooking and processing. The body does not store excess quantities of most water-soluble vitamins, so foods or supplements bearing them must be consumed frequently. Revive contains ALL needed water-soluble vitamins: Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5), Biotin (Vitamin B8), Vitamin B6, and Folate.
Alpha Lipoic Acid primarily works as a powerful antioxidant. When working in synergy with Vitamin C and E it becomes massively more effective. It also prevents cellular damage, reduces stress, lowers blood sugar and increases energy levels.
Biotin assists in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. It is a critical component of enzymes involved in energy metabolism. It strengthens hair and nails, increases energy levels, promotes normal cholesterol levels, and reduces blood sugar levels.
Carotenoid Blend is a blend of the richest anti-oxidants known to boost overall health. Beta-Carotene is well known for its antioxidant rich properties. Lcophene supports prostrate health, Lutein offers a variety of health benefits, specifically for the eyes. Lastly, zeaxanthin supports the immune system. Although individually they offer health benefits, when combined their influence and benefits are enhanced tremendously. As a blend they: have a powerful free-radical quenching ability, support the heart and circulatory system, support healthy vision, provides some protection from ultraviolet light damage to the eyes and skin, support the glandular system and offers a host of immunosupportive benefits.
Coenzyme Q-10 is an organic compound that works with natural enzymes produced by the body to speed up digestion and absorption of vitamins. It provides optimal nutrition at the cellular level, and acts as an anti-oxidant. It protects cells from free radical damage and combines synergistically with Vitamin E, improving the vitamin's efficiency and absorption.
Inositol is naturally produced by the body and plays an important role in cellular development. It improves cell membrane maintenance, aids serotonin activity and heightens concentration. It helps in the breakdown of fats and reduces cholesterol.
Folate plays an important role in DNA and RNA synthesis. It improves the production of red blood cells and aids in the maintenance of the nervous system. It especially promotes heart health.
Niacin plays a role in many aspects of energy metabolism and helps with the function of the nervous system. It lowers cholesterol levels, improves circulation and relieves arthritis.
Panthothenic Acid, also known as Vitamin B5, is vital in the metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates. It lowers cholesterol and improves the production of growth hormones.
Riboflavin, or Vitamin B2, functions as a coenzyme for many metabolic processes in the body, such as red blood cell formation and nervous system function. It is involved in energy production as part of the electron transport chain that produces cellular energy. It is a crucial component in converting food into energy. It increases energy levels, reduces chronic fatigue, and improves concentration and mood.
Thiamin, vitamin B-1, functions in maintenance of the nervous system and improves heart muscle health. It increases energy production, maintains memory and improves carbohydrate tolerance.
Vitamin A enhances the health of the skin. It is often used to treat acne or other skin ailments. It promotes improved eyesight and vision. It helps to prevent infection and has a multitude of anti-aging and anti-cancer benefits. Vitamin A is needed by all of the body's tissues for general growth and repair processes and is especially important for bone formation, healthy skin and hair, night vision, and the function of the immune system.
Vitamin B-12 functions in a wide variety of metabolic processes. It also works closely with folate in blood cell formation, nervous system maintenance and heart health. It is known to improve memory, promote concentration, increase energy and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Vitamin B-6 functions with a multitude of enzyme systems to improve protein metabolism. It is also involved in the synthesis of neurotransmitters in the brain and nerve cells, hence is frequently recommended as a nutrient to support mental function and mood. It plays an important role in the conversion of glycogen to glucose for added energy in the muscle tissue. Vitamin B-6 supports nervous system function, improves mood, is needed for red blood cell growth, supports white blood cell development which improves the immune system and gives some arthritis relief.
Vitamin C is needed by the body for hundreds of vital metabolic reactions. It is a valuable antioxidant and protects the body from free radical damage. Some of its benefits include: prevention of colds by boosting the body's natural immunity, promotes the healing of wounds, protects against the effects of stress, and helps in cancer prevention.
Vitamin D promotes both the absorption of calcium from the intestines into the blood and the removal of calcium from the bones into the blood. It increases bone density and strength which can help to reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Adequate levels of Vitamin D are crucial for healthy bone development, maintenance of bone density and bone strength.
Vitamin E is one of the most potent fat-soluble antioxidants. As such, Vitamin E protects cell membranes from the damage caused by free radicals. It is thought to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. It boosts the immune system function and reduces the risk of cancer.
Vitamin K is involved in both blood clotting and bone metabolism. In studies with elderly subjects those with a low Vitamin K intake were shown to have lower bone density and an increased risk of osteoporosis.
The use of minerals to improve health goes back 5,000 years to the Bronze Age, where drinking or bathing in mineral laden spring waters was a common therapy for disease. Hot spring waters and muds are still medically sanctioned in much of Europe and Japan.
Vitamins have gotten more attention over the years as their health benefits have made headlines, but according to some studies, minerals are just as critical to our physical and mental health. They may possibly be even more important than vitamins. Minerals are a basic part of all cells, particularly blood, nerve and muscle cells as well as bones, teeth and soft tissues. They help to control the actions of enzymes and certain hormones. Minerals also provide the materials to build and maintain our bodies. For example, zinc activates the enzyme that allows our body to use Vitamin A, to promote good vision. Without zinc and vitamin A working in tandem, night blindness could eventually develop.
Boron boosts testosterone levels, strength and muscles mass and muscle strength. It improves calcium absorption and decreases body fat. It also aids in the metabolism of magnesium for optimal bone health.
Calcium is obviously needed to help build and maintain strong bones, but calcium is also important for blood clotting, muscle contraction, nerve transmission and maintenance of normal blood pressure. It is helpful in reducing the risk of colon cancer, regulating heart rhythms and treating premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
Chromium helps to support the many functions of insulin in the body, such as maintaining blood sugar, cholesterol levels and controlling appetite. It reduces body fat and increases lean body mass and muscle mass. Chromium is notorious for its poor absorption by the body, but has been combined with other vitamins and amino acids for maximum absorption.
Copper is involved in numerous biochemical reactions in human cells. It is a needed component for multiple enzymes that regulate cellular metabolism and connective tissue formation. Copper also aids in the absorption, storage and metabolism of iron.
Iodine is needed for the synthesis of thyroxin, which is one of the thyroid hormones involved in regulating metabolic state. Proper iodine intake is required for optimal function of the thyroid gland. It increases energy levels and enhances weight loss while balancing thyroid hormone levels.
Magnesium improves calcium absorption and helps to maintain bone density. It is needed as a co-factor for several enzymes to convert carbohydrates, protein and fat into energy, hence playing a vital role in energy metabolism. It also serves a role in conducting nerve impulses thereby helping to support the function of the heart.
Manganese is an essential trace nutrient that is required to manufacture enzymes necessary for the metabolism of proteins and fats. Manganese is also vital in the formation of collagen in the body. It aids in the formation of connective tissue, bones, blood-clotting factors and sex hormones. It also plays a role in calcium absorption, supporting the immune system and in regulating blood sugar levels.
Molybdenum is a component of several important interactions that lead to detoxification of the liver. It is involved in the breakdown of certain amino acids and waste products that need to be broken down and excreted in the urine.
Phosphorus is essential for normal heart and kidney functioning. It speeds up the healing of broken bones and is needed to balance and metabolize other vitamins and minerals.
Selenium plays a direct role in the body's ability to protect cells from the damage from free radicals. Due to its antioxidant nature, it is thought to aid in cancer prevention and prevent heart disease. It helps to support the immune system, male fertility, and prostrate health. Lastly it complements the antioxidant activity of the vitamin E, enhancing its benefits and absorption.
Silicon is helpful in healing joints and cartilage. It is primarily used by the body in the connective tissues to form cartilage and collagen. It is also present in the eyes, tendons, hair, skin, blood vessels and tooth enamel.
Vanadium is an essential trace mineral that plays a role in the metabolism of carbohydrates and has functions in the metabolism of cholesterol and blood lipids. It is helpful to lower blood sugar levels by mimicking the action of insulin. It increases muscle mass, and the muscle vascularity and blood flow. This results in the "pumped feelingâ€ sought by professionals and athletes alike. Lastly, Vanadium increases the glycogen synthesis and storage.
Zinc is another essential trace mineral that has functions as part of about 300 different enzymes. As such, zinc plays a role in virtually all biochemical pathways and physiological processes. It enhances a wide variety of the body's processes including: digestion, wound healing, energy production, growth, cellular repair, collagen synthesis, bone strength, cognitive function, carbohydrate metabolism (glucose utilization and insulin production) and reproductive function. Even a slight deficiency of zinc has been known to cause depressed immunity, decreased sperm count and impaired memory. Zinc is best known for its role in immunity, where zinc interferes with the replication of the cold virus.
Herbs have been used to help cure ailments and diseases for thousands of years. Many studies have shown them to help improve and maintain health.
Citrus Bioflavonoids are usually found in fruits and vegetables, also known as Vitamin P. It is an antioxidant and is essential for the proper absorption and use of Vitamin C. It is also highly beneficial in improving the connective tissue found in cartilage and tendons.
Cranberry Powder is a powerful antioxidant that is well known in balancing cardiovascular health, preventing the oxidation of LDL cholesterol (hence lowering cholesterol), promoting urinary tract health, supporting dental and gum health, preventing bacteria from adhering to tissue and aiding sugar balance in the system.
Ginkgo Biloba leaf extract has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. Today it is the most widely used herbal treatment in improving memory, learning, alertness, and mood.
Amino Acids Blend
Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. They produce over 1600 substances in the body and make up 3/4ths of the body's solid material, found in muscle tissue, organs, blood and skin. They make hormones, enzymes, and vitamins. Hence they are utterly essential for a healthy immune system and proper neurological functions. Amino acids must be constantly replaced in order to nourish the body, repair and regenerate tissue. They are generally ingested in the food we eat, however, due to many facts, proper balance of amino acid intake is rarely achieved and supplementation is advisable. In fact, during illness, trauma, surgery and stress more amino acids are required than can even be obtained by diet alone. In the chronically ill, they can help reverse nitrogen balance and they help to prevent tissue wasting.
Catechins, primarily found in green tea, are known to possess potent antioxidant activity. Thus they offer a multitude of benefits including: reducing cholesterol, reducing blood clotting, enhancing immune function, enhancing weight loss and being anti-cancer.
Borage Seed Oil is enhanced by being blended with the Vitamin C and Vitamin E. These two vitamins help to keep the oil more stable and ensure its quality use in preventing blood clot formations, supporting the flexibility of cell membranes, modulating immune function, and most importantly, in its anti-inflammatory activity.
Milk Thistle Extract has been used medicinally for over 2, 000 years, most commonly for the treatment of liver and gallbladder disorders. It has cholesterol lowering effects and helps to treat or prevent liver damage caused by many drugs or toxic chemicals.
Grape Seed Extract possesses potent antioxidant properties. It reduces the risk of cancer, reduces inflammation and swelling and promotes eye health. Research on the chemical properties of grape seed extract has shown it to be a powerful antioxidant, even more potent than the more commonly used antioxidant vitamins like C and E.
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine, known as "NAC" is a powerful immune system supporter and is an anti-toxin. It has an ability to neutralize cell and DNA damaging free radical which may help to slow down the effects of aging. NAC has been shown to play a protective role against a variety of toxic hazards such as cigarette smoke, auto exhaust, herbicides and some overdoses of acetaminophen. It also plays a beneficial role in prostrate health and in the respiratory system.
PABA, short for Para-aminobenzoic Acid, is a member of the B vitamins and is part of the folic acid molecule. It is known for its nourishment to hair and its usefulness as a sunscreen. It aids in the metabolism and utilization of amino acids and is also supportive of blood cells, particularly the red blood cells. It is important to skin, hair pigment and intestinal health.
Reduced L-Glutathione is an antioxidant involved in many cellular functions such as detoxification, amino acid transport, and production of coenzymes and recycling of vitamins E and C. It is involved in many functions of the body and proper amounts are crucial for maintaining good health. Glutathione is involved in DNA creation and repair, the transport of amino acids, the metabolism of toxins and carcinogens. It enhances the immune system function and prevents cellular damage. It shows remarkable antioxidant activity and has detoxification attributes.
Essential Fatty Acids is a term which refers to two fatty acids (linoleic acid and linolenic acid) which our bodies our unable to synthesiz and thus, must be consumed in the diet. These essential fatty acids are needed to help regulate blood-clotting, blood pressure, heart rate, immune response and a wide variety of other biological processes. They promote brain development, support cardiovascular health, reduce blood clotting, are anti-inflammatory and help to reduce blood pressure. The consumption of fatty acids is also believed to be helpful in treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Omega 3,6,9 Firstly, Omega-3 fatty acids protect against the development of diseases such as heart disease, attention deficit disorder, arthritis, colitis and other inflammatory diseases. These fatty acids are known to increase growth hormone levels (which also promotes muscle growth), reduce blood clotting, reduce blood pressure, suppress inflammation and relieve depression. Omega-3 fatty acids are a particularly useful dietary supplement for people who do not consume adequate amounts of foods, such as fish, which are rich sources. Parents with children affected by ADHD (attention deficit- hyperactivity disorder) may consider using omega-3 supplements to bolster their child's intake of these important nutrients.
Omega 9 fatty acids are found in foods such as olive and canola oils. Although Omega-9 fatty acids help support good health, they are not essential and can be made in the body. Omega-3 and omega-6, in contrast, must be obtained in the diet. Omega-9 helps provide structure for cell membranes, support growth and helps to provide energy. It also improves heart health and lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Alpha-Carotene is a powerful anti-oxidant, though lesser known than its sister Beta-Carotene, some studies show it may be more powerful in inhibiting the processes that lead to tumor growth. As all antioxidants, it is anti-cancer, anti-aging, and protects the cells of the body from the damage caused by free radicals. Free the radicals Now! Radicals! We need more Radicals! Man its getting late. It is also particularly useful in enhancing the immune system. Back to the top
Bromelain is believed to speed recovery from sports and other minor injuries, due to the proteolytic enzymes which digest protein. It aids digestion due to the consumption of these enzymes and can help alleviate gastrointestinal complaints such as gas/bloating, diarrhea, and cramps. When these enzymes are absorbed intact and active into the circulation they have anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties that can be helpful to athletes recovering from exercise or injury, and to patients recovering from surgery.
Glucosamine stimulates cartilage cells to produce two proteins that help hold joint tissue together. It may also help prevent the breakdown of collagen in the body. Due to the fact that glucosamine is usually not obtained directly from food, the body makes it from building blocks found it food which, as people age, their bodies become less and less able to do. Hence for cartilage and joint health it is vital to supplement with some form of Glucosamine.
Isoflavones can be found in many foods, but the best known source is the soy bean. They are known to ease menopause symptoms, reduce the risk of heart disease, protect against prostate problems, improve bone health, and reduce the risk of cancer. It also has potent antioxidant properties, comparable to that of the well known antioxidant vitamin E.
Lutein is a carotenoid found in the macular region of the eyes, which is the back of the eye where the retina is located. There they are believed to help filter out damaging blue light and prevent free radical damage to the delicate structures in the back of the eye. Taken as a supplement, it acts as an antioxidant, supporting normal eye health and may help prevent glaucoma and cataracts.
Lycopene (a cartenoid responsible for giving tomatoes their red color) is a potent antioxidant and seems to inhibit the growth of cancer cells which makes it logical that a higher intake of this carotenoid may indeed be associated with the reduced incidence of cancer.
Quercetin has potent antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties, protecting cellular structures and blood vessels from the damage of free radicals. It improves the strength of blood vessels, may give relief from allergic symptoms, helps prevent cataracts and gives you extra energy to boot.
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