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Poly-MVA is a uniquely formulated dietary supplement containing a proprietary blend of the mineral palladium bonded to alpha-lipoic acid, Vitamins B1, B2 and B12, formyl-methionine, plus trace amounts of molybdenum, and ruthenium. This formulation is designed to provide energy to enhance the body systems by changing the electrical potential of cells and promoting proper or normal metabolism within the cell. *
A member of the Lipoic Acid Mineral Complexes (LAMC), Poly-MVA may assist in boosting immune response by replenishing key nutrients and supporting cellular metabolism. What makes Poly-MVA unique is the proprietary manufacturing process by which the mineral palladium is sequestered/bound to lipoic acid. No other company produces a product like Poly-MVA due to the preparation and bonding process through which LAMC is manufactured. The proprietary formulation of LAMC with other vitamins, minerals, and amino acids provides specific nutritional support, helping to enable optimum functioning of essential body systems.
Assist the body in producing energy
Support the protection of cells
Assist in promoting healthy cell function
Supports mitochondrial health
Supports Krebs cycle activity
Support from oxidative damage
Unique and powerful antioxidant
Support Liver function
Supports nerve and neurotransmitter function
Helps to maintain cells and tissue health
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(also known as “LA” or “thioctic acid”) in LAMC works to help the body to produce energy by recycling the free radicals rather than just quenching them. LA has also been shown to support the liver in removing harmful substances from the body. Studies indicate that LA assists in protecting cells and supporting the natural detoxification process that removes heavy metals from the bloodstream. Because of its many benefits lipoic acid has shown to be supportive in healthy blood sugar metabolism as shown in many published studies.
As a powerful antioxidant, LA helps to neutralize the free radicals that influence the aging process and the breakdown of normal cellular processes. LA is both water and fat soluble, so it easily passes across the blood- brain barrier and is functional in most parts of the body.
(thiamin) is a coenzyme that, in combination with lipoic acid, is involved in the decarboxylation of pyruvate and the oxidation of alpha keto-glutamic acid. These functions are essential to energy production, metabolism of carbohydrates and neurotransmitter function. B-1 is water soluble and is not stored in any quantities in the body.
Research indicates that B-1 activates membrane ion channels, possibly by phosphorylating them. The flow of electrolytes like sodium and chloride in or out of nerve and muscle cells through membrane ion channels plays a role in nerve impulse conduction and voluntary muscle action.
(riboflavin) is vital to maintaining a proper metabolism and helps to shore up the immune system by reinforcing antibody reserves, the body’s first line of defense. Along with iron, riboflavin is essential for producing the red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout the body. In addition, the body uses riboflavin to keep tissue in good repair. Along with such B vitamins as vitamin B6 and niacin (which riboflavin helps the body convert into active forms), riboflavin supports the nervous system.
(also known as cobalamin) is in its most common form cyanocobalamin, which is broken down to methylcobalamin by the body. It is generally found only in meat and dairy products. In combination with folic acid, B-12 is involved in DNA synthesis, production of the myelin sheath that protects nerves and red blood cell production. As a methyl donor involved in homocysteine metabolism, B-12 also plays an important role in immune and nerve support.
is an essential sulfur based amino acid, an important component of cartilage building blocks such as proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans. It is incorporated into tissue proteins and enzymes and is a component of active peptides, including methionine enkephalin and various endorphins. One of the main roles of methionine is as a methyl donor, contributing to numerous physiological pathways in the body, including formation of myelin components. In one such pathway, methionine converts to s- adenosylmethionine. In studies, L-methionine has demonstrated the ability to promote healthy cellular metabolism, enzyme activity and glutathione concentration. In the body, it converts to L-cysteine and therefore is potentially beneficial in liver detoxification and in neutralizing toxins.* It has been shown to support healthy copper and lead serum levels.* L-methionine is considered important for liver fat metabolism, healthy skin and nails and energy production. Methionine, like choline and betaine, is also a lipotropic compound supporting lipid metabolism and enhancing healthy hepatic function. In combination with antioxidants, methionine may help in proper pancreas function.
A naturally occurring amino acid that maintains cholesterol and lipoprotein levels, as well as enhances the body’s immune response.
An essential amino acid that is beneficial in liver detoxification and neutralizing toxins, and is important for liver fat metabolism, healthy skin and nails and energy production.