OXIDANE X SUPPLEMENT
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OXIDANE X® MAY HELP TO:
– Support Muscle Definition and Vascularity*
– Provide Support Against Excess Water in the Body*
Oxidane X® is supported by a unique combination of ingredients that help to eliminate excess water without denying the body of its essential electrolytes.
We have jam packed this formula with additional amounts of magnesium and potassium to support these healthy levels and proper functioning.* Oxidane X® has been created to help you uncover your ultimate training physique, while still supporting that muscle definition you’ve worked so hard to get.*
As an essential nutrient in the body, magnesium is necessary for many of the body’s biological developments, including the maintenance of a healthy heart. It plays a vital role in the stabilization of the rhythm of the heart and is also a key element in the formation of teeth and bones. It also plays a major role in protein synthesis and produces the proteins that are transformed into collagen. Magnesium is required in order for the body to absorb calcium. Without magnesium, there is little to no calcium absorption.*
Calcium plays an essential role in supporting healthy bone growth and strength. Along with this, a constant and consistent level of calcium should be maintained in the body fluids and tissues so the vital body processes can function efficiently. The muscles rely on calcium to be able to contract; calcium is not only essential to your muscles and blood vessels, but it is also utilized during the secretion of hormones and enzymes.*
Potassium is a chemical element necessary for the function of all living cells. It is the major cation (positive ion) inside animal cells and plays an important role in the maintenance of fluid and electrolyte balance in the human body. A delicate balance of potassium is also needed to properly transmit electrical impulses in the heart.*
Vitamin B-6 plays a key role in many of the functions of the human body. It has been utilized for amino acid metabolism, neurotransmitter synthesis, histamine synthesis, hemoglobin synthesis and function, and gene expression. Research suggests that vitamin B-6 can be used to support energy.*
Caffeine has been shown to support mental alertness and provide the extra ‘boost’ needed to assist training sessions and combat workout fatigue.*
Uva Ursi Leaf Extract
Uva Ursi has resilient antioxidant properties. It has tannins, which have an astringent effect which may support healthy kidneys and liver.*
A juniper berry is actually not a true berry, but a cone with unusually fleshy and merged scales that give it the berry-like appearance. Juniper berries have been suggested to aid in kidney and bladder function, as well as facilitate the overall digestive process in the body.*
L-Taurine is a sulfer-containing amino acid that is abundant in muscle fiber and utilized in detoxification, control of muscle and nerve signaling, and other various biological processes. L-Taurine can act similarly to creatine in that it will expand the cells by helping the muscle cell itself hold more water, thusly supporting cell volume.*
Dandelion Leaf Extract
Dandelion root is a rich source of vitamins A, B, C, and D and is also rich in iron, potassium and zinc. It has been suggested to facilitate the elimination of toxins from the liver and the kidneys.*
Parsley Leaf Extract
Parsley leaf packs a healthy range of vitamins and minerals – vitamins A, B-12, C, K, beta-carotene, folic acid, iron and calcium. Parsley leaf has been suggested to support diuretic effects and a healthy bladder. It has also been suggested to help eliminate wastes and lesson water retention. Its high enzyme content also supports digestion of proteins and fats and absorption of nutrients.*
Nettle Leaf Extract
Nettle leaf is considered to be a natural diuretic. It facilitates the process of excreting excess fluid out of the body, thus helping with water retention issues before competition.*
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