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Optimox ATP Cofactors - 90 Tablets

Optimox ATP Cofactors - 90 Tablets

BY OPTIMOX

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MANUFACTURER: OPTIMOX CORPORATION. INDICATIONS: ATP Cofactors vitamins B2 and B3: It is a specially formulated high potency vitamin B2/B3 combination containing 100mg of Riboflavin and 500mg of Niacin (as Inositol hexanicotinate) per tablet to be used as part of a complete nutritional program, emphasizing magnesium instead of calcium. These two essential vitamins are combined into a sustained release formula that makes them available to the body for about 24 hrs. These vitamins are the precursors for FADH2 and NADH, the cofactors required to produce ATP, the high energy molecule which is the body metabolic fuel. These cofactors play an important role in the oxidation and transport of iodide to tissues INGREDIENTS: Riboflavin 100 mg and niacin (as inositol hexaniacinate) 500 mg. Other ingredients are Micosolle (silica-based excipient), Microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, silicon dioxide, croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate and pharmaceutical glaze. DIRECTIONS: Take one to three tablets per day or as directed by a physician. WARNINGS: If pregnant or nursing consult a health care professional. see more...

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