Boost Your Energy Levels In As Little As 7 Days - Nigel Summerley
“Three days to feeling better, three weeks to looking better, and three months to a new you…” who would say no to that?
These are the promises being made by the manufacturer of a new and improved version of the supplement Revive Active. It brings together no fewer than 26 active ingredients – the original formulation contained 21 – including essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids and enzymes.
Each sachet of the powder contains an impressive blend of L’arginine, alpha-ketoglutarate, citrulline, CoQ10, taurine, glutamine, ribose, pomegranate, vitamins D3, B5, B6, and B12, L’mythylfolate (folic acid), magnesium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, chromium and molybdate.
Revive Active is designed to provide a natural sustained source of energy, which results from the synergistic effects of its active ingredients – with no subsequent ‘crash’, as it doesn’t contain any sugar or caffeine. If the feedback from those who have used it is anything to go by then Revive Active could help increase your energy levels and improve alertness within the first week of taking it.
The formula also has other benefits such as helping to boost immunity, protect heart health, and improve the condition of your skin, hair and nails.
Revive Active could help turbocharge your energy levels
Balanced levels of all the B vitamins are essential for energy production, as they work synergistically and are required to help maintain the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) – your body’s main source of fuel. They also support your entire nervous system, boost your immune system and maintain normal blood-sugar levels, which helps keep your energy levels and mood stable.
The reformulated version of Revive Active still contains folic acid but in the form of L’methylfolate, which has been found to be more bioavailable and effective. It works synergistically with the vitamin B12 to ensure the creation of health new cells, which helps protect against cancer. Folic acid also helps lower the risk of heart attack and stroke.
The dosage of CoQ10 has been increased from 100mg to 150mg in the new version of Revive Active. This is designed to help offset levels of CoQ10 in the body that naturally decline with age; plus statin drugs further deplete levels. CoQ10 is essential to the healthy functioning of the mitochondria – microscopic ‘powerhouses’ that exist in every cell in your body – and the production of energy. Supplementing with CoQ10 can increase levels of ATP, provide more energy for exercise, ease muscle fatigue and discomfort, and help guard against cardiovascular problems.
Magnesium has been included in the formula as it not only provides a key part of the structure of ATP, but also plays an essential role in more than 300 enzyme reactions, including those involved in the chemical pathways that produce ATP.
Likewise, ribose – a simple sugar found naturally in the body – is another vital factor in energy creation in the body. Glycogen – the energy storage form of glucose – is converted to ribose in the cells. Ribose’s main function is to regulate the production of ATP and it can increase levels when necessary…supplying extra energy for workouts and restoring energy after sustained exertion.
Glutamine has been added to Revive Active as it’s an important source of energy and plays a vital role in the creation of new healthy cells.
Vital protection for your heart and arteries
L’arginine is an amino acid that’s known to improve energy levels and vitality. It’s also crucial for the production of nitric oxide, which helps blood vessels relax and expand, improving circulation and reducing cardiovascular disease risk. Improved blood flow also helps ensure that the other nutrients in the formula are better distributed to key areas within the body.
The new Revive Active formula contains two types of L-arginine: L-arginine and L-arginine alpha-ketoglutarate. Together they help increase the effectiveness of nitric oxide production, and this is further enhanced by the presence of the amino acid citrulline in the formula. Citrulline can be converted into arginine – particularly when found in a 2:1 ratio of arginine to citrulline, like in Revive Active.
Taurine is a chemical compound that helps promote cardiovascular health, and pomegranate is also renowned for being good for heart health.
Vitamins K2 and D3 work synergistically to protect heart health and strengthen the bones through their regulation of calcium in the body. Vitamin D3 absorbs calcium into the bloodstream, while K2 helps deposit calcium within bones and teeth. They also help prevent calcium from being deposited in the lining of blood vessels where it can contribute to atherosclerosis.
The synergistic effects of vitamin C, vitamin E and selenium help strengthen the immune system; and selenium, along with vitamin B2, helps maintain healthy skin, hair and nails.
How to prevent a ‘biological bottleneck’ from compromising your health
Revive Active also contains trace minerals molybdate, manganese, chromium, zinc and copper, which can all help prevent what’s called ‘biological bottlenecks’ from forming.
These ‘bottlenecks’ can occur on important cellular ‘pathways’ in the body when a necessary nutrient or mineral is deficient. These trace minerals are only required in small quantities, but if they are missing, this can have an obstructive impact on cellular ‘pathways’ and the efficient functioning of the body.
For example, chromium appears to play an important role in the insulin ‘pathway’, helping to prevent insulin resistance. A deficiency in chromium can inhibit this process and increase the risk of type-2 diabetes developing.
What to take for best results?
The recommended dosage for Revive Active is one sachet, dissolved in water, taken every day, first thing in the morning before breakfast. It is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Contradictions: Revive Active should not be taken by anyone using blood-thinning medication, particularly warfarin. As always, you should consult a healthcare practitioner before use, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking medication.
Written by: Nigel Summerley
Read the full article:Journal of Natural Health Solutions Feb 2017-1