ATP Fuel for Increased Energy

ATP fuel

Energy: without it, we labor through our days. Everything we attempt to accomplish takes twice as long as it should, or just gets pushed to next day’s to-do list, lording over over our head like a guillotine. This occurs over and over again, creating more stress and I-cannot-catch-up-with-my-life syndrome.

Great sleep and a sound live food diet (versus a constant intake of processed, preserved food stuff) add to the demise of our energies precious stores.

Most individuals I counsel have tried embracing remedies such as more exercise, earlier to bed, lights out by 10pm, or even ramping up their healing cycle by sleeping eight-plus hours per night. If you’ve addressed your “on again, off again” diet with little to no success, consider trying a product called ATP Fuel from Researched Nutritionals.

Think of this product as CPR for the cells. ATP, in the world of nutrition, is termed ‘mitochondrial resuscitation.’ The mitochondria of a cell is where combustion and energy happen. ATP is fundamental to converting the food we eat into cellular energy, thereby recharging not only not only the heart’s pump, but also all of your millions of cells. ATP also protects your gums and arteries, regulates fatty acid build-up known as plaque, all while decreasing cellular oxidative stress.

The best way to use this product is to first rate your energy on a scale of 1 to 10. If your energy is rated at 5 or below, it is best to load-up on this product. Take five capsules 30 minutes before breakfast and 30 minutes before breakfast or dinner for the first two months, then decrease to only five capsules per day before breakfast.

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About Deborah Arneson

Deborah Arneson holds a B.S. in Food Science, a M.S. in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed clinical nutritionist. A veteran in her field, she specializes in solving hormonal imbalances: increasing energy, focus, moods, eliminating anxiety, constipation and sleep problems though one on one nutrition counseling and Ayurvedic practices.