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EM-BALANCE is packaged in 100 capsule containers.
1 Capsule = 510.32 mg.  Dosage Suggestions
Supplemental Facts
Serving Size = 1 Capsule
Amount per serving:

Amino Acids:
Glycine
DL-Phenylalanine
L-Tyrosine
L-Leucine
L-Isoleucine
L-Valine

Neurotransmitters:      
Choline (as bitartrate)
P-aminobenzoic acid
G-aminobutyric acid
Inositol

Other:
Methyl Sulfonyl Methane

 


Proprietary
Blend

445 MG 

Vitamins and other Ingredients:
Amount Per Serving  

% daily value

Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)

20 MG

33%

Vitamin E (as dl-tocopheyrl acitate)

6 IU

20%

Vitamin B1 (as thiamine mononitrate)

1 MG

67%

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin 5 Phosphate)

1 MG

59%

Niacin

8.5 MG

42%

Vitamin B-6 (as pyrodoxal 5 phosphate

1.5 MG

75%

Vitamin B5 (as d-calcium pantothenate) 6 MG 60%
Selenium (as amino acid chelate) 50 MCG 71%
Manganese (as picolinate) 135 MCG 7%
Chromium GTF (as nictinate) 8 MCG 7%

Other Ingredients:  Vegetable Cellulose, Water & Silicone Dioxide


62.32MG

There is currently no RDI (recommended daily intake) by the FDA on the above compounds that do not have the specific quantities listed per unit. Our product is protected by its proprietary  mixture and to avoid copyright infringements we do not list the specific weight of the compounds not required to be listed by the FDA.

 

Amino Acids

Glycine Phenylalanine - L-TyrosineL-Leucine - L-Isoleucine - L-Valine


Neurotransmitters

Choline - GABA


Antioxidants - Minerals

Calcium - Chromium - Magnesium - Zinc - Selenium

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Vitamins

Vitamin C - Vitamin E - Thiamin - Niacin - Vitamin B-6 - Vitamin B-12 - Pantothenic Acid  -  Riboflavin -


Other Ingredients

PABA  - Inositol - MSM - Cyanocobalamin


Amino Acid Precursors:

Phenylalanine and tyrosine:  precursors of norepinephrine.  Phenylalanine is first converted to tyrosine and then goes through the same process to the end product norepinephrine.  The biochemical conversion to norepinephrine requires pyridoxine and vitamin C as coenzyme factors.  Valine, leucine and isoleucine have been added to enhance neurotransmitter transportation across the blood brain barrier.

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Antioxidants:

Vitamin E, C, zinc and selenium work in combination or alone as free radical scavengers, protecting nerve receptors from oxidative damage.  Free radicals are a major source of damage that can cause abnormal mental behavior.

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Chromium:

(GTF Bioavailable:) Aids in transport of amino acids to liver and heart cells.

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Cyanocobalamin:

(B-12:)  Used for the myelination of nerve fibers, while stimulating RNA synthesis in brain tissues, and is involved in the biosynthesis of labile methyl groups in compounds such as choline.  It is also a valuable brain neurotransmitter.

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Calcium:

Used by the terminal membrane of the neuronal fibers in the hypothalamus area of the brain.  Calcium is the entry stimulus for neurotransmitter release.

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Choline:

A precursor to acetyl choline, one which may cross the blood brain barrier.  It is instrumental in the production of acetyl choline (ACh.)  ACh is required for release of vasopressin, which is purportedly associated with enhanced memory capacity.

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GABA:

(Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid:)  Important neurotransmitter (from glutamic acid, manganese and B-6)

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Glycine:

Amino acid formed from choline.

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Inositol:

Second highest storage of B complex besides Niacin. Helps metabolize fats and promotes acetycholine and production of lecithin.

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Leucine:

Amino Acid

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Magnesium:

Magnesium is a mineral that is required for the proper growth and formation of human bones, muscle tissues, and enzymes. It is used to convert carbohydrates, fats, and proteins into energy. It is involved in the transmission of nervous system impulses and assists in the uptake of calcium and potassium.

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Manganese:

 

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MSM:

(Methylsulfonylmethane:)

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Niacin:

(B-3:) Essential to proper brain metabolism, and as a coenzyme it assists in the breakdown and utilization of fats, proteins and carbohydrates.

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PABA:

(Para-Aminobenzoic Acid:) Stimulates intestinal bacteria, enabling them to produce folic acid which aids in production of pantothenic acid.

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Pantothenic Acid:

(B-5:) Acts as coenzyme in energy metabolism of carbohydrates, protein and fat.

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Pyridoxine:

(B-6:) Combined with vitamin C to form the enzyme that converts phenylalanine and tyrosine to norepinephrine.

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Riboflavin:

(B-2:) For manufacture of dopamine and tyramine, and involved in oxidation. It also activates pyridoxine.

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Thiamin:

(B-1:) Helps maintain normal function of nervous system, muscles and heart.

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Zinc:
Zinc is an essential mineral that is involved in over 20 different enzymatic reactions in the body, ranging from the synthesis of proteins and collagen, to the production of cellular energy.

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Revised: January 29, 2014.