Acetyl-L-Carnitine is the O-acetyl derivative of Carnitine - ALC is also naturally present in the body (i.e. it is endogenous) and occurs naturally in small amounts in some foods. Approximately 7.5% - 10.2% of the body’s total Carnitine content is in the form of ALC.
Buffered Vitamin C Powder contains four buffering minerals, in addition to ascorbic acid. When mixed with water, this product produces a reduced-acid solution that is non-irritating to the stomach and intestinal lining. The minerals also make it a more pleasant-tasting and healthful drink.
Setria® Glutathione Tri-peptide is a Sulfur-containing, water-soluble, Tripeptide composed of L-Cysteine, L-Glutamic Acid & Glycine. Often called the "master antioxidant," glutathione supports immune health and helps protect cells in the body from the damaging effects of oxidative stress and toxins.
"Good Health Guide" The protein building block, L-Carnitine helps burn carbohydrates and fat, helps control the level of brain transmitters, and helps stave off the destruction caused by free radicals.
Leibovitz, Brian PhD L-Carnitine: The Energy Nutrient Royal Publications, 1999. 48 pages. (paper) ISBN# 0-87983-962-7
Cysteine HCL is a Non-Essential, Glucogenic, Sulfur-Containing Amino Acid is synthesized in the Liver. Cysteine and Cystine readily convert to one another and have almost identical functions within the body (although Cystine is a less desirable form than "true" Cysteine). Cysteine HCL is Cysteine bound to 23% Hydrochloric Acid (HCl).
Methylsulfonylmethane is a type of Sulfuric Compound that is naturally present in the body (i.e. it is an endogenous form of Sulfur). MSM is similar in chemical structure to (but claimed to be safer than) Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) - MSM is the active therapeutic constituent of DMSO and is also an oxidative metabolite of DMSO. It is odorless, tasteless and stable. Its physical format is a white crystalline powder.