How does it work?
Nutritional ingredients are used in a different biochemical process to produce the Neurotransmitters Dopamine, Norepinephrine and Epinerphrine, thereby producing sweat.
Zinc - Essential trace element, Zinc, plays important roles in growth and development, the immune response, neurological function and reproduction. Nearly 100 different enzymes depend on Zinc for their ability to catalyze..
Choline - Lipothropic factor and precursor of Betaine, used by the kidneys to maintain water balance, critical for normal membrane structure and function. Used to produce the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine.
Inositol - A fundamental ingredient of cell membranes, necessary for proper function of nerves, brain and muscles. Deficiency of inositol can lead to poor hair condition. Seratonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain that depends upon Inositol to function properly.
Thiamine - One of the B-Vitamins that helps the body convert carbohydrates into energy. Thiamine is essential for the functioning of the heart, muscles and nervous system..
Niacin - One of the B-Vitamins required for cell respiration. NIacin helps in the release of energy and the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Promotes proper circulation healthy skin. Correct functioning of the nervous system and normal secretion of bile and stomach fluids.
Pyridoxine - One of the B-Vitamines necessary for the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Pyridoxine assists in the balancing of Sodium and Potassium, essential nutrients of sweat.
Pantothenic Acid - One of the B-Vitamins, a component of Coenzyme A, an essential coenzyme for a variety of reactions that sustain life. Necessary for the synthesis of essential fats, steroid hormones and the neurotransmitter Acetycholine.
Tocopherol - A fat-soluble antioxidant vitamin involved in the metabolism of all cells. It protects Vitamin A and essential fatty acids from oxidation in the body cells and prevents breakdown of body tissues.