Life Support™ 120 Capsules

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An all inclusive product capable of supporting healthy hormone balance, liver and kidney health, prostate health and positive mood!

Support Immunity*
Organ Support*
Aid Healthy Digestion*
Optimize Cardiovascular Health*
Supporting your health is very important. Life Support 2.0™ was designed to help promote general health and well-being. It works especially well with hardcore athletes who have beaten up their bodies over time. It can help support a healthy liver and immune system, too.* Life Support 2.0™ has been an AI Sports Nutrition best seller since 2009, and everyone keeps coming back for more. And, there is a good reason why. The proof is in the blood work. Life Support 2.0™ is a fully comprehensive health support product using only heavily researched ingredients. Hardcore athletes, as well as non-athletes, take Life Support 2.0™ for the peace of mind and general well-being. If you are looking for an all-in-one health product, you have found it! Life Support 2.0™ is the dominate player in the organ health category.

What separates Life Support 2.0™ from other products of its kind?
We left no stone unturned. Only the best, most validated ingredients made the cut. Just read the label!

Who can benefit from Life Support 2.0™?
Anyone over 18 years old looking to improve or maintain blood work and health.

When should I take it and how much?
Take 4 capsules daily.

Life Support 2.0™ CONSUMER REPORTED HIGHLIGHTS:
• Support Healthy Hormone Balance*
• Promote the Health of the Liver and Kidneys*
• Cardiovascular Support*
• Support Prostate Health*
• Support Immunity*
• Minimizes Water Retention*
• Aids Healthy Digestion*
• Promote Positive Mood*

Ingredient List:

Red Yeast Rice
Red yeast rice has been used for centuries in China as both a food and a supplement. It is made by fermenting a type of yeast called Monascus purpureus over red rice. In Chinese herbalism, red yeast rice is used to support blood circulation, and help promote healthy digestion.Several studies suggest that red yeast rice may help support healthy cholesterol levels already in normal range.

NAC
Produced by the body, N-acetylcysteine (commonly called NAC) is a form of the amino acid cysteine. Because it enhances the production of the enzyme glutathione, one of the body's powerhouse antioxidants, NAC may help boost the immune system.

Hawthorn Berry Extract (2% cratagic acid, 5% flavonoid glycosides):
Hawthorne Berries have been used since the 19th century to support the heart and to support healthy cardiovascular function.* Today, Hawthorne Berries are one of the most popular herbs used in Europe and gaining wider acceptance in the United States. Primary chemical constituents of this herb include Vitamin C, flavonoids (quercetin, quercetrin), glycosides, proanthocyanidins, anthocynaidins, saponins, tannins, and cratetegin (most prevalent in the flowers, then leaves, and then berries). When used to support weight loss programs, Hawthorne Berries help may reduce water retention. This botanical has also been known to support healthy sleep and aid digestion.

Pumpkin Seed Extract
Pumpkin seed extract may help support the health of the urinary tract and kidneys.

Milk Thistle Extract (Standardized 80% Silymarin)
Milk thistle may help support the liver's ability to maintain normal liver function.* Silybin is a part of the chemical structure of the flavoligan silymarine. Milk thistle may increase the intra-cellular concentration of glutathione, a substance that may help support the health of liver cells.* Milk thistle also supports antioxidant levels.

Saw Palmetto Extract (>45% fatty acid European pharmaceutical grade powder)
Saw Palmetto is a small, palm-like plant native to North America. Native Americans and early American settlers used the berries to support the health of the urinary tract and reproductive systems. Saw Palmetto is widely used in Germany, Canada, the United Kingdom, and now the U.S. as it may help support the health of the prostate. The active constituents are volatile oil, steroidal saponin, tannins, and polysaccharides. Saw palmetto may be beneficial for both sexes in helping support balanced hormones and thyroid health. Because of its potential hormonal effects, pregnant women should not use it. It has also been used to stimulate appetite, improve digestion, nourish the nervous system and support the assimilation of nutrients to the body.

Grape Seed Extract (GSE)
GSE has human case reports and reports that suggest that GSE may help support cardiovascular health. Other areas that it has been suggested to have benefits on are bone health, liver health, and blood flow.

Nettle Root (10:1 Urtica dioica)
Nettle Root has been suggested to help support prostate health. It may also help support a healthy inflammation response. These possible effects need further study, however.

Celery Seed Extract (Standardized 3nB)
Throughout much of history, celery and celery seed has been used as a medicinal herb. Not until relatively recent history has celery been used for culinary purposes. The flavor of celery is somewhat herbal and astringent, but it has a succulent, crisp texture. Because of its low-calorie count, celery is a favorite diet food. Celery seeds may help support the health of the joints and promote healthy blood pressure, already in normal range.

CoQ10
CoQ10 is a molecule produced in the body. It aids mitochondria during energy production, and is vital for survival. It can also support blood flow and blood vessel health, via nitric oxide preservation, most likely due to its ability to reduce pro-oxidative biomarkers in the body.

Policosanol
Policosanol is a dietary supplement that can normalize cholesterol as well or better than perscription drugs, without side effects. Efficacy
and safety have been proven in numerous clinical trials, and it has been used by millions of people in other countries. Policosanol lowers LDL-cholesterol and raises protective HDL-cholesterol. This compares favorably with cholesterol-lowering drugs which have the drawback of side effects such as liver dysfunction and muscle atrophy.

Benefits of Policosanol
• Help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease
• Reduce complications in people with artery diseases
• Lowers total cholesterol levels and LDL levels, and increases beneficial HDL levels
• Helps protect against arterial blood clotting
• Helps protect against arterial inflammatory markers
• Maintains efficacy, as well as very good safety and tolerability


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or
prevent any disease.

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