• ACETYL CARNITINE

    Acetyl-l-carnitine is a substance chemically corresponding to the acetyl ester of carnitine, a substance naturally present in animal tissues whose best known function is to transport fatty acids within the mitochondria, where they are converted into energy….

  • ADENOSINE USP 35

    Adenosine is a nucleoside that plays an extremely important function in the constitution of DNA. Adenosine also plays a fundamental role in biochemical processes, such as in the transfer of energy (in the transition from ATP to ADP) and in signal transduction,…

  • ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID

    Lipoic acid, also called thioctic acid or dithioctanoic acid, is of essential importance for the health of the human body cells. It is a growth factor for numerous microorganisms. There are several properties that are attributed to lipoic acid and that this…

  • ANHYDROUS CAFFEINE

    Anhydrous caffeine is a variant of the better known caffeine, the difference of which lies in the chemical composition. The absence of water in anhydrous caffeine modifies its absorption times, making it longer but at the same time more effective. It is a well-known…

  • ASCORBYL PALMITATE

    Ascorbyl Palmitate is a form of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) esterified with palmitic acid, a completely saturated natural fatty acid with 16 carbon atoms. It comes in the form of a white-light yellow powder and represents a fat-soluble form of vitamin C. Given…

  • ASTAXANTHIN

    Astaxanthin is a carotenoid naturally present in some algae and which gives their typical color to fish such as salmon and crustaceans such as lobster and shrimp. Astaxanthin is endowed with antioxidant power: it is therefore attributed the ability to protect…

  • ATP (ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE)

    Adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, is made up of a molecule of adenine and a molecule of ribose (sugar with 5 carbon atoms) to which three phosphoric groups are linked, by means of two high-energy bonds. The energy stored in ATP derives from the degradation of…

  • BETA-CAROTENE 98%

    Beta-carotene is a carotenoid, that is one of the plant pigments (red, yellow and orange) which are precursors of vitamin A (retinol). Beta-carotene is important for our body from a nutritional point of view. First of all, it is an excellent antioxidant, therefore…

  • BETA-GLUCAN

    The term beta-glucans normally refers to a class of indigestible polysaccharides, found in foods such as bran, oats, yeasts, mushrooms and algae. Primarily located in the cell wall, beta-glucans are polysaccharides made up of units of D-Glucose, joined together…

  • CHONDROITIN SULFATE

    Chondroitin is a high molecular weight polysaccharide, i.e. a long chain made up of sugar molecules. Chondroitin sulfate is one of the essential components that make up the cartilage of the joints, giving it a high resistance to compression. Its physiological…

  • CITICOLINE SODIUM

    Citicoline, also CDP-choline, is a molecule with psychostimulating and nootropic activity, that is, it is able to increase the cognitive abilities of the individual. Citicoline carries out its activity at the level of alterations in neuronal metabolism, at the…

  • CITRUS FIBERS

    Citrus fruit is NOT the set of fruits with the highest concentration of fibers. However, looking at the chemical detail, an excellent percentage of protopectin (soluble fiber known as pectin) emerges. Pectin is a structural polymer contained in the cell walls…

  • COENZYME Q10

    Coenzyme Q10 (or ubiquinol) is a molecule present throughout the body and particularly abundant in the heart, liver, kidneys and pancreas. Coenzyme Q10 is essential for the proper functioning of many organs and for carrying out numerous chemical reactions that…

  • CONJUGATED LINOLEIC ACID

    The term conjugated linoleic acid refers to a group of substances that correspond to different forms of linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid belonging to the omega 6 fat series particularly abundant in beef and dairy products. Conjugated linoleic acid could…

  • CORAL CALCIUM

    It is calcium extracted from corals that have fallen from coral reefs. It is a carbon-based molecule, classified as calcium carbonate, however there is a great diversity between coral calcium, which is organic, and calcium carbonate, which is inorganic. It acts…

  • CREATINE ALPHA-KETOGLUTARATE (1: 1)

    Creatine is naturally present in our body and is synthesized starting from three amino acids (glycine, arginine, methionine). Mainly known for its effectiveness in increasing muscle tone and mass, it also contributes to proper functioning of the nervous and…

  • CREATINE ETHYL ESTER

    Creatine is naturally present in our body and is synthesized starting from three amino acids (glycine, arginine, methionine). Mainly known for its effectiveness in increasing muscle tone and mass, it also contributes to proper functioning of the nervous and…

  • CREATINE MALATE

    Creatine is naturally present in our body and is synthesized starting from three amino acids (glycine, arginine, methionine). Mainly known for its effectiveness in increasing muscle tone and mass, it also contributes to proper functioning of the nervous and…

  • CREATINE MONOHYDRATE

    Creatine is naturally present in our body and is synthesized from three amino acids (glycine, arginine, methionine). Mainly known for its effectiveness in increasing muscle tone and mass, it also contributes to proper functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular…

  • D-GLUCOSAMINE

    Glucosamine (or glucosamine, in acronym GlcN) is a substance (amino sugar) present in various natural substances (chitins, glycoproteins, glycolipids, complex polysaccharides, etc.) and involved in the synthesis of lipids and glycosylated proteins. There are…