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Morning Kickstart

B-Complex Vitamins: Essential for converting food into energy, B-complex vitamins support energy production and nervous system function. These vitamins are coenzymes in various biochemical reactions that generate ATP, the body’s energy currency¹.

Vitamin C: Known for its antioxidant properties, vitamin C aids in immune system function and helps combat oxidative stress. It supports the adrenal glands, which are crucial for managing stress and maintaining energy levels throughout the day².

Turmeric (Curcumin): Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It supports the immune system and helps reduce inflammation, preparing the body for the day ahead³.

Exercise and Focus

Vitamin B6: enhances cognitive function and mood regulation by aiding in the production of serotonin, dopamine, and GABA, crucial for brain function⁴.

Calcium and Vitamin D3: These nutrients maintain bone density and muscle function. Vitamin D3 improves calcium absorption, promoting bone health and reducing fracture risk⁵.

Lutein, an antioxidant, protects our eyes by filtering harmful blue light emitted from electronic screens.

Silica strengthens and maintains the flexibility of connective tissues like tendons, ligaments, and cartilage⁶.

Copper: Copper supports iron metabolism and red blood cell formation, enhancing oxygen transport during exercise and maintaining energy levels for better focus⁷.

Vitamin K2: Essential for bone and cardiovascular health, Vitamin K2 supports physical resilience and stamina during exercise⁸.

Chromium: Chromium improves insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism, providing stable energy levels crucial for sustained focus and optimal performance during physical activities⁹.

Rest and Recovery

Magnesium: acts as a natural muscle relaxant, helping to alleviate muscle cramps and promoting restful sleep¹⁰.

Zinc: aids in the repair of body tissues. It is essential for protein synthesis and DNA repair, which are crucial processes during sleep and recovery¹¹.

Vitamin E: protects our cells from oxidative damage, and aids cellular repair¹².

Vitamin B3 (Niacin): Vitamin B3 is involved in DNA repair and the production of energy from nutrients. It also supports skin health and can improve sleep quality by promoting relaxation¹³.

Vitamin A: Crucial for vision, immune function, and cell growth, vitamin A supports nighttime recovery processes and overall health¹⁴.