Vinco's Metabolic Ignition
The ingredients in Vinco's Metabolic Ignition have been shown to be beneficial in supporting metabolic pathways. It provides contemporary ingredients at full therapeutic doses, giving you a fresh approach for full system support
Balance of Metabolic Endocrine Function
When you hear the word metabolism, the first thing that usually comes to mind is exercise. “Kick it into gear,” “Pump it up,” “Get your metabolism going and lose the weight.” This reference is correct, but the metabolism is responsible for so much more.
Glandular extracts are used for healthy maintenance, rejuvenation and conditional support to organ-specific conditions. Glandular extracts consist of peptides, proteins, fatty acids and traces of hormones, as well as signal or messenger substances. These constituents are thought to contribute to the physiological effects of the substances.
Historically, there have been concerns as to whether certain proteins and large molecular polysaccharides could be absorbed and then actually be delivered to the organ. However, recent studies (animal and human) supports the conclusion that large macromolecules do pass intact from the human gut into the blood stream under normal conditions. Examples include human albumin, lactalbumin, bovine albumin, ovalbumin, lactoglobulin, ferritin, chymotrypsinogen, elastase and other large molecules.
The primary function of the thyroid gland is to secrete thyroid hormones. These hormones control and regulate metabolism, which in turn regulate growth, development and other bodily functions. Thyroid inadequacy can cause fatigue, depression, dry skin, cold extremities, weight gain and other symptoms. Clean thyroid extracts can support healthy thyroid activities.
The pituitary, through its tropic hormones (ACTH, LH, FSH and TSH), act as the master controller of the most vital endocrine axes: pituitary/adrenal, pituitary/gonad and pituitary/thyroid. Each of these peripheral glands depends on the pituitary's tropic hormones to stimulate and regulate their function.
Antler Velvet is the soft, growing antler tissue, which is cast off and regrown every year by several species of deer. This is different than the horns of cattle, which continually grow with the life of the animal. The growth rate of deer antler velvet is extremely rapid with a full set of hard antlers weighing about 20 pounds or more being developed in about 120 days. After 60 days, the antler cartilage begins its calcification process and the velvet covering is shed, leaving the mature bony antler. Antler Velvet is removed at the midpoint of the growing cycle, which is 55-60 days. At this time, the antlers are composed of cartilage, filled with nutrient rich live tissue, covered with velvet like hairs. The entire living antler tissue is considered antler velvet, not the hairy coverage. Antler Velvet contains substantial quantities of the following biologically active substances: amino acids, type II collagen, chondrocytes, chondroblasts, glucosamine, glucosaminoglycans, chondroitin sulfate A, lipids, growth hormone and anti-inflammatory prostaglandins. Compounds in Deer Antler Velvet are reported to stimulate anabolic growth properties and improved sexual activity and well being. This may be due to the amino acids that stimulate the production of testosterone as well as IGF-I, which have been found to be high in these animals during the phase when the antlers are undergoing their rapid growth phase.
Guggul (Commiphora mukul)
The active ingredients in guggul is oleoresin (guggulsterones). Guggul oleoresin has been the subject of clinical studies in the management of lipid disorders. Studies report that guggul lowers both cholesterol and triglyceride levels and also alters lipoproteins by lowering LDL and VLDL levels while increasing HDL. Guggul preparations are reported to be most useful in Type Ib (increased LDL, VLDL and triglycerides) and Type IV (increased VLDL and triglycerides) hyperlipidemias. The lipid lowering effects of guggul may be explained by four proposed mechanisms of action. First, guggul reportedly inhibits the biosynthesis of cholesterol in the liver, interfering with the formation of lipoproteins (LDL, VLDL). Secondly, it may increase the fecal excretion of bile acids and cholesterol, resulting in a low rate of absorption of fat and cholesterol in the intestines. Thirdly, it is claimed to stimulate the LDL receptors binding activity in the liver cell membranes, reducing serum LDL levels. Lastly, guggul reportedly stimulates thyroid function, which may lead to blood lipid lowering and weight loss.
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Each capsule contains:
Thyroid Freeze-Dried Tissue 120 mg
Pituitary Freeze-Dried Tissue 30 mg
Antler Velvet 600 mg
Guggul (10% guggulsterones) 400 mg
Other ingredients: Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.
Directions for Use: As a dietary supplement for adults and children 12 or more years of age, take one tablet two or three times daily, or as directed by a qualified healthcare professional.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.