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Post Workout


1 Bag of Post Workout provides 20 single stick servings.

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Pre Workout


1 Bag of Pre Workout provides 20 single stick servings*

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Vegan Vanilla Shake


15 Scoops Per Bag.1.32lb bag provides 15 servings, vanilla bean flavor.

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Female Balance





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Essentials Pack


Each pack comes with a 30-day supply of convenient daily strip packs divided into morning and evening boxes. The morning box includes 30 single strip packs with 1 Advanced AM inside. The evening box contains 30 single strip packs with 1 Advanced PM, 1 Omega-3 Complex, and 1 Probiotic inside.

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Thirty years of research have documented its benefit optimal bone health. Ossteocal-MD also contains magnesium and vitamin D3 to provide a comprehensive bone support formula. Vitamin D3 stimulates intestinal calcium absorption and helps regulate calcium and phosphorus homeostasis in the body. Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, with 99% residing in the bones and teeth.

As a component of hard tissues, Calcium fulfills a structural role to maintain body size and as well as acts as attachments for musculoskeletal tissues. The remaining 1% of calcium is present in blood and soft tissues. Functions of non-skeletal Calcium include enzyme activation, blood clotting, and membrane function for stabilization and transport.
Calcium is also important for nerve impulse transmission, muscular contraction and tone. Low calcium levels have been shown to give a person irritability. Calcium levels in the blood are maintained within very strict limits by dietary intake, hormonal regulation, and a rapidly exchangeable pool in bone tissue.
Deficiency Symptoms:
Calcium deficiencies can be both acute and chronic. Acute Calcium deficiency relates to a lack of ionized Calcium, causing increased muscular and nervous irritability, muscle spasms, muscle cramps, and tetany. Chronic calcium deficiency manifests as bone loss disorders (osteoporosis, osteomalacia in adults, and rickets in children), tooth decay, periodontal disease, depression, and even hypertension.
Those at risk for Calcium deficiency include those who are malnourished, have malabsorption conditions like celiac, and bone loss disorders. Risk factors that are known to decrease calcium uptake or distribution are: decreased gastric acidity, Vitamin D deficiency, high fat diets, high oxalate intake from rhubarb, spinach, chard, and beet greens, high phytic acid intake from whole grains, high fiber intake, immobilization, faster gastrointestinal motility, psychological stress, thiazide diuretic therapy, and aluminum compounds (aluminum-containing antacids, drugs, some parenteral feeding solutions).

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The term “Dual Phase Optimizers” refers to substances that have the ability to simultaneously influence and “optimize” the activity of certain Phase 1 enzymes as well as Phase 2 enzymes. By balancing and promoting the liver protecting properties these substances can favorably influence toxin metabolism.
OptiDetox favorably influences toxin metabolism in the liver and can be used to help treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Hepatitis. Optidetox can help with hot flashes, PMS, and hormone imbalances by helping to breakdown hormones.
It is also helpful in breaking down testosterone for those with PCOS.

Opti Detox is formulated with Ellagic acid, catechins, glycosinolates, silymarin, artichoke leaf, alpha-lipoic acid, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC), and calcium D-glucarate, which all support critical steps in the complex process of detoxification—a function essential to overall health and vitality. This unique formula provides activated B vitamins for enhanced bioavailability, including 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF) as Quatrefolic®† for optimal folate utilization. OptiDetox also provides antioxidant support to minimize the damaging effects of free radicals generated between the two phases of detoxification.

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Thyroid 150


Production of thyroid hormones can be disrupted by several factors in the environment, including heavy metals (lead, cadmium, mercury, flouride), pesticides, dysbiosis, hormonal fluctuations, antibiotic residues, chemicals, other xenobiotics, or lack of nutrients required for thyroid hormone synthesis. The Thyroid gland does not work alone; it interacts intimately with the liver, the kidneys, and the hypothalamus, pituitary, and adrenal glands. Communicating via the intricate matrices of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis and the hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid (HPT) axis, these key players coordinate the body’s response to stress and its quest for homeostasis.
Thyroid hormone activates over 100 enzymes in the body, exerting a significant effect on growth and metabolic rate. The metabolic rate reflects the body’s transformation of nutrients into energy. Thyroid hormone, and its influence on metabolic rate, plays a fundamental role in appetite, weight maintenance, energy levels and mood, gastrointestinal regularity, tolerance to temperature changes, and healthy hair and nails.
Glandular extracts have a century-old history of supporting healthy thyroid levels. Micronutrient, Amino Acid, and Herbal Support Production of thyroid hormone is fundamentally dependent on the presence of L-tyrosine and iodine, while conversion of T4 to T3 is facilitated by selenium. Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus), dulse, kelp, and Irish moss are natural
sources of iodine for support of endogenous thyroid hormone production. The combination of foundational elements with supportive nutrients in Thyroid-150 represents a comprehensive approach to thyroid support.
The thyroid is a small gland with a sizeable role in the body. Its primary function is the concentration of iodine and the production of crucial thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). T4 is converted to T3 by the body. Between them, T3 is the more potent, biologically active hormone. It regulates the metabolic rate within cells and affects fundamental functions throughout the body. Thyroid hormone production depends on the presence of iodine and the amino acid L-tyrosine in adequate amounts. T4 contains tyrosine and four iodine molecules, while T3 contains tyrosine and three iodine molecules. Production of thyroid hormones can be disrupted by several factors in the environment, including heavy metals (lead, cadmium, mercury, flouride), pesticides, dysbiosis, hormonal fluctuations, antibiotic residues, chemicals, other xenobiotics, or lack of nutrients required for thyroid hormone synthesis.

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