FIbrolief Support formula for chronic pain and discomfort
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Fibrolief Support Formula (3pk) - SAVE $60

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Our powerful ingredients have helped thousands of people over the last 7 years.

What Makes The Ingredients In Fibrolief So Special?

  • Turmeric/Curcumin: A potent antioxidant with vast benefits. Used for centuries in ayurvedic traditions*
  • Boswellia AKBA (ApresFlex ©): It's effects involve many processes that the body uses and could correlate to supporting healthy muscular function.*
  • White Willow Bark Extract: Naturally contains many compounds used for well-being over hundreds of years.*
  • Celery Seed Extract: Shown to support healthy digestion*

Energy Support

  • Malic Acid/Malate: Malic acid works with magnesium in the production of ATP, our body's source for energy.*
  • Acetyl-L-Carnitine:  Carnitines carry certain fatty foods to mitochondria to be burned as fuels, as well as carrying away the processes' resulting waste products. These carnitine amino acids are protein building blocks that help the body produce energy.*
  • Rhodiola Rosea: In herbal medicine, rhodiola is typically used to support energy production, mental acuity and sleep health. In a 4 week study with 82 participants, rhodiola extract was able to greatly reduce stress.*
  • Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10): CoQ10 promotes energy production in the body in the form of ATP. Ninety-five percent of the human body's energy is generated this way.*

Mental Clarity Support

  • Bacopa Monnieri: Bacopa is a herb long used for memory enhancement, concentration and mental alertness.*
  • SAM-e:  SAM-e is considered a supplement in the U.S., but SAM-e has been sold as a prescription drug in parts of Europe for decades. Its scientific name is S-adenosylmethionine.*

Improved Biological Function

  • Magnesium:  Magnesium can be an effective way to combat stress and studies show it improves your sleep. Your cells need magnesium to produce energy. It is necessary for many different chemical pumps to work, to stabilize membranes, and to help muscles relax.*
  • Vitamin D3: Greg Plotnikoff, MD, senior consultant with the Allina Center for Health Care Innovations in Minnesota published a study in 2003 on 150 people who came to a health clinic complaining of discomfort. Virtually all of them - 93% - had extremely low vitamin D levels.*
  • Benfotiamine (B1) | Methylcobalamin (B12) | Folic Acid:  Fibrolief is loaded with the most bioavailable forms of B vitamins. Some studies have found low levels of vitamin B1 and reduced activity of some thiamine-dependent enzymes among people with whole body discomfort. B12 deficiency is usually reported with fatigue. Sufficient B12 levels are linked to energy production. Folic acid is believed to play a part in mood regulation. These B vitamins also help support the level of SAMe in your body.*
  • Stabilized R-Alpha Lipoic Acid (R-ALA):  R-ALA is a potent antioxidant that is both fat and water soluble, which improves the function of cell "transporters" that carry and distribute glucose. Many studies, doctors, and researches have shown stabilized R-ALA to be up to 12 times more effective than the cheaper S-ALA found in most ALA supplements.*
  • Zinc: Zinc is so important because it is found in every tissue in the body and is directly involved in cell division and studies have shown that low zinc is common in over half of the US population. According to a 2010 study published by the "European Journal of Clinical Nutrition," zinc supplementation may support mood in women.*
  • Black Pepper Bioperine: Bioperine is an extract derived from black pepper and is found to be bioavailability enhancer of a variety of nutrients.*