is a Citric Acid Cycle Intermediate convert to ATP, a form of energy used by the body.
Directions: Take 1-3 capsules per day or as recommended by a health care professional. ALPHA-KETOGLUTARIC ACID should be taken with vitamins and minerals. Tyson’s MVM (Multivitamin) is highly recommended.
Reducing the loss of lean body mass in postoperative and debilitated patients
Functioning in the brain as a precursor to GABA and GLUTAMIC ACID
Involving with the production of energy in the body.
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