The Master Coenzyme
Production of Cellular Energy,
Fatty Acid Metabolism, Reducing Stress and
Strengthening the Immune System
Acetyl Coenzyme A Modulators
Coenzyme A ingredients:
Coenzyme A Modulator Matrix I
Suggested use: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule with water on an empty stomach, 2 times a day.
The benefits of Coenzyme A include:
Reduces the damaging effects of stress and slows the deadly processes of aging.
Essential for proper cellular detoxification.
Initiates the tricarboxylic acid cycle which produces more than 90% of the body's energy.
Supports the development and functions of the male and female sex organs.
Initiates fatty acid metabolism.
Strengthens the immune system.
Facilitates the repair of RNA and DNA.
Facilitates the manufacture of connective tissue.
Enhances physical performance and reduces the build up of lactate.
Coenzyme-A Technologies Inc. is the world's first developer of effective Coenzyme-A and Acetyl Coenzyme-A products. Coenzyme A is the first nutraceutical product to combine nutritional components that can be used by the body to support its manufacture and utilization of Coenzyme-A (The Master Coenzyme). Coenzyme A contains a specific set of substrates that are designed to assist the body in converting fats, carbohydrates and proteins into energy at the cellular level.
The nutrients supplied by Coenzyme A also help the cells efficiently deliver fuel from aerobic and anaerobic metabolism to the TCA cycle for energy release. Because the human body can rapidly absorb these nutrients, Coenzyme A can be taken by an athlete shortly before a workout or sport performance to provide extra metabolic power when they need it the most.
We use pantethine instead of pantothenic acid in our Coenzyme A product because pantethine has more activity and it is assimilated and converted into Coenzyme-A more effectively than pantothenic acid. One of the reasons why Coenzyme-A Technologies' products are so effective is because we use a scientifically formulated balanced combination of top quality, highly active natural components in the manufacture of our products.
Pantethine is the stable disulfate form of pantetheine, the metabolic substrate which constitutes the active part of Coenzyme-A (CoA) molecules and acyl carrier proteins. Because pantethine is located nearer to Coenzyme-A than is pantothenic acid in the biosynthetic pathway of Coenzyme-A, it has been suggested it will have clinical benefits in conditions where pantothenic acid is not effective, and clinical trials with pantethine appear to prove this argument. (Alt. Med. Rev. 1997;2(5):365-377)