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Find Out More About Our Supplement Systems:


Muscle System: New Zealand Whey Protein, L-Carnitine, L-Glutamine

New Zealand Whey:

  • What is whey: Whey is the watery portion of milk that separates during the process of making cheese.
  • Naturally processed whey is incredibly high in protein as well as antioxidants, which prevent cell damage.
  • Whey protein can be used to improve athletic performance, recovery and weight loss.
  • Difference between an Isolate and concentrate:
    • An Isolate goes through additional processing, stripping the fat and makes a “more pure” protein. Concentrate does not, and keeps many additional healthy enzymes.
  • Benefits:
    •  Promotes healthy insulin secretion, which keeps blood sugar levels even
    • Increases macronutrient level of protein
    • Helps preserve lean body tissue, like muscle
    • Can assist in weight loss
    • High in essential amino acids (the building blocks of muscle)


  • L-Carnitine is an amino acid found in the body
  • L-Carnitine helps the body in the production energy, thus reducing fatigue.
  • It can help with bodily processes such as muscle movement, heart and brain function.
  • Increase strength
  • Studies conducted with athletes showed that L-Carnitine supplementation supported exercise performance.
  • Helps to reduce post exercise lactic acid build up, preserve muscle glycogen levels and speed up recovery.


  • L-Glutamine is another amino acid found in the body
  • It is produced in the muscles and distributed to other organs through the blood system.
  • May help with gut function and immune system, especially in times of stress
  • Helps in providing fuel or energy for the body. It can be especially useful for long distance runners.
  • It is an essential neurotransmitter for the brain and can help with memory, focus and concentration
  • Helps with muscle growth and decreases muscle wasting
  • Helps boost metabolism and cellular detoxification.
  • Promotes muscle recovery


Immune System: Vitamin C, Active B Complex, Active Multivitamin

Vitamin C:

  • Experts say this is the most effective nutrient
  • Prevents immune deficiencies and cardiovascular disease
  • Promote healthy skin and fight skin wrinkling
  • Helps with eye health
  • Can increase absorption of other nutrients, like iron.

Active B Complex:

  • A mixture of the eight B Vitamins, each playing a vital role in overall health
  • Active nature enhances the vitamins availability to tissues.
  • Supports metabolism of macronutrients
  • Vitamin B cannot be formed in the body and must be taken through supplementation
  • Helps with converting food into fuel

Active Multivitamin:

  • Help fill in any gaps you may be missing in your diet
  • Can act as nutrition insurance
  • Aids in overall health and bodily functions
  • Helps with bone health


Digestive System: Probiotics, Digestive Enzymes, Essential Fatty Acids


  • Probiotics are live bacteria yeasts that are great for your health and digestive system.
  • May help ease symptoms of health problems such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Vital to a healthy gut
  • Often referred to the “good” bacteria found in the body
  • Probiotics can help with skin conditions, preventing allergies and colds and oral health

Digestive Enzymes:

  • Help to break down the food we eat into nutrients for our bodies to absorb
  • If someone doesn’t have enough enzymes, it inhibits the ability to fully absorb vital nutrients.
  • Best taken with food
  • Can ease digestive problems (like bloating or gas) after eating

Essential Fatty Acids:

  • The body can synthesize most of the fats it needs except for a few. Those must be obtained through food or supplementation
  • Essential fatty acids can prevent heart disease and stroke
  • Help balance ratio of fatty acids in intake
  • Anti-inflammatory properties
  • Increases cardiovascular health






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