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Cellular Energy Power

Cellular Energy Power is Designed to support the mitochondria, the cell’s powerhouse with a synergistic blend of nutrients and botanicals. In cells and tissues, this component produces more than 90% of the energy or adenosine triphosphate, ATP. Mitochondria that function efficiently and optimally can support a healthy body composition, vitality, and health.

The mitochondria may be damaged by environmental and food toxins along with pesticides, chemical fertilizers, radiation, smog, smoke, and preservatives. By accumulating free radicals, these toxins can create oxidative stress in the body, which contributes to mitochondrial dysfunction and other damage. Excess free radicals and mitochondrial dysfunction may also be caused by aging, nutrient deficiencies, certain conditions, and medications. In turn, this causes other cellular components to lose energy, causing them to degrade and damage more rapidly.

By supplying key nutrients for energy production and antioxidants such as those in Cellular Power Energy to counter free radicals, healthy energy levels and normal mitochondrial function may be supported.

Thiamin (Vitamin B-1) (as Thiamin HCl)

Thiamine, or vitamin B1, is one of the eight essential B vitamins. The body needs thiamine for growth, development, and cellular function, as well as to convert food into energy. (1)

Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2 (as RiboFlavin-5-Phosphate)

Vitamin B-2, or riboflavin, is naturally present in some foods. You get energy from vitamin B-2 and other B vitamins, which help your body build red blood cells. The vitamin riboflavin keeps your eyes healthy and your skin radiant. (2)

Niacin (vitamin B-3) (as Niacinmide)

A major function of niacin in your body is to synthesize the coenzymes nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADP), which participate in over 400 biochemical reactions in your body, primarily related to obtaining energy from your food. (3)

Vitamin B-12 (as Methylcobalamin)

The body uses vitamin B12 for a variety of purposes. As well as supporting the normal function of your nerve cells, it contributes to the formation of red blood cells and the synthesis of DNA. Red blood cells are produced by your body with the help of vitamin B12. It may be beneficial to your bone health to maintain adequate vitamin B12 levels. Your mood may be improved by vitamin B12. (4)

Magnesium (as Creatine MagnaPower)

Magnesium is crucial for your brain and body. It has many benefits, including for your heart, blood sugar levels, and mood. As a cofactor, it assists enzymes in their continuous biochemical reactions. Your body uses it for more than 600 reactions, including creating energy from food, forming proteins that support new cells, and repairing DNA and RNA. Through the contractions and relaxations of muscle fibers, magnesium also aids in muscle movement. A major role is played in the regulation of the nervous system. (5)

Manganese (as TRAACS Manganese Glycinate Chelate)

Your body needs manganese in small amounts as a trace mineral. The brain, nervous system, and many enzyme systems in the body require it for normal functioning. Bone development and maintenance require manganese. The antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase, which is arguably your body’s most important antioxidant, contains manganese. The mineral manganese aids the body in utilizing a number of vitamins, including choline, thiamine, and vitamins C and E. It also ensures that the liver functions properly. Often used to treat specific nervous disorders, manganese is essential for healthy brain function. (6)(7)(8)

Creatine (as Creatine MagnaPower)

Creatine is among the best supplements for improving gym performance. Researchers have found that it can increase muscle mass, strength, and exercise performance. Aside from lowering blood sugar and improving brain function, it may also help lower cholesterol. The safety profile of creatine is among the best in the world. (9)(10)

The primary function of creatine is to increase phosphocreatine stores in your muscles. ATP, the key energy source for heavy lifting and high-intensity exercise, can then be produced using the additional stores. (11)

Creatine increases satellite cell signaling, which aids muscle repair and growth. Hormones such as IGF-1 rise after taking creatine, according to studies. Creatine lifts water content within your muscle cells, which may lead to muscle growth by volumizing your cells. A high level of the protein myostatin can slow or inhibit the growth of new muscles. By supplementing with creatine, these levels can be reduced, increasing growth potential. (12)(13)(14)(15)

Taking creatine supplements may also increase phosphocreatine stores in your brain, promoting brain health and improving neurological symptoms. (16

L-Carnitine (as Fumarate)

In your cells’ mitochondria, L-carnitine transports fatty acids for the production of energy. Your mitochondria burn fats to produce usable energy within your cells. The amino acids lysine and methionine are used by your body to produce L-carnitine. Vitamin C is also necessary for your body to produce sufficient amounts. (17)(18)

L-carnitine is primarily responsible for mitochondrial function and generating energy in the body.  Cells use it to transport fatty acids into mitochondria, where they can be burned for energy. Your muscles contain 98% of your L-carnitine stores, while your liver and blood also contain traces. It seems that L-carnitine may help increase mitochondrial function, which is essential to disease prevention and healthy aging. (19)(20)


ATP, the main energy source for your cells, is composed of D-ribose. In order to improve energy storage in muscle cells, researchers have examined whether ATP supplements can help. (21)

Due to its role in ATP production, D-ribose may improve energy production in heart muscle.  People with heart disease have been studied to determine whether D-ribose supplements improve heart function. (22)

D-ribose’s role in ATP, your cells’ source of energy, has made it an attractive supplement for improving exercise performance. D-ribose may be useful for exercise and energy production in those with specific diseases, according to some research. (23)

Malic Acid/Succinic Acid

As part of the Krebs cycle, succinate oxidizes to fumarate, which then converts to L-malate. In addition to converting succinate to fumarate, the electron transport chain also converts flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) to 1,5-dihydro-FAD (FADH2).  Based on mechanistic and animal studies, these intermediates may enhance oxidative metabolism.  The effects of succinic acid supplementation on lactate/pyruvate ratios and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide plus hydrogen (NADH)/nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) redox states in metabolically stressed conditions, such as traumatic brain injuries, suggest that mitochondrial function can be normalized. (24)(25)

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, is a compound that helps your cells generate energy. With age, your body’s production of CoQ10 decreases. CoQ10 is also available in supplements and foods. Low levels of CoQ10 have been linked to heart disease, brain disorders, diabetes, and cancer. (26)

CoQ10 is a compound made by your body and stored in your mitochondria. The mitochondria produce energy. Aside from protecting cells from oxidative damage, they also kill bacteria and viruses that cause disease. (27)

Your cells rely on it to generate energy. Cells use adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to transfer energy. In addition to serving as an antioxidant, it also protects cells from oxidative damage. Free radicals cause oxidative damage, which interferes with normal cell function. ATP is essential to all body functions, and oxidative damage destroys cells, so it is not surprising that low levels of CoQ10 have been linked to chronic diseases. (28)(29)

Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha-lipoic acid is an organic compound found in every human cell. In the mitochondrion, also known as the powerhouse of the cell, it helps enzymes convert nutrients into energy. It is a powerful antioxidant. (30)

Among older adults, memory loss is a common concern. Memory loss is thought to be caused by oxidative stress damage. Researchers have examined alpha-lipoic acid’s ability to slow the progression of memory loss disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, due to its powerful antioxidant properties. (31)

Alpha-lipoic acid promotes healthy nerve function according to research. Researchers have found that it slows the progression of carpal tunnel syndrome in its early stages. A pinched nerve causes numbness or tingling in the hand. (32)

Trans Resveratrol (Polygonum cuspidatum) (root)

Resveratrol’s antioxidant properties make it a promising supplement for lowering blood pressure. High doses may reduce the pressure exerted on artery walls when the heart beats, according to a 2015 review. (33)(34)

Several studies suggest that drinking red wine can slow down age-related cognitive decline. Resveratrol may partly be responsible for this due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Apparently, it interferes with protein fragments called beta-amyloids, which are crucial to forming the plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease. In addition, the compound may protect brain cells from damage by triggering a chain of events. (35)(36)

Curcumin Extract Powder (Curcuma longa) (root) (containing 380mg curcuminoids: curcumin, Demethoxycurcumin, bisdemethoxycurcumin)

The chemical structure of curcumin makes it a powerful antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals. Curcumin boosts levels of the brain hormone BDNF, which increases the growth of new neurons and may help fight various degenerative processes in your brain. (37)

Pantethine (as Pantesin)

Pantesin® is a pure, highly absorbable form of Pantethine, an active form of Vitamin B5 that supports a healthy heart. In order to maintain balanced cholesterol levels, pantesin works at the cellular level to enhance enzyme and metabolic activity. (38)


Additional information

Weight10 oz
Dimensions3 × 2 × 2 cm


  • Coenzyme Q10 – A critical component of energy (ATP) production that also helps regenerate antioxidants
  • R-lipoic acid – Assists various enzymes that function in the energy-producing pathways of the body and promotes antioxidant status, including to help regenerate other antioxidants
  • L-carnitine – Aids in shuttling fats from the bloodstream into the mitochondria where they are converted into energy
  • D-Ribose – A building block of coenzymes and ATP involved in many of the energy-producing pathways
  • Malic and Succinic Acids –  Specific components of the Krebs cycle, one of the main energy-producing pathways in the mitochondria
  • B vitamins – Involved in many different steps in the energy production process
  • Resveratrol and Curcumin – Botanicals that encourage support mitochondrial health within the cell and support antioxidant status


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