TB Men’s PremiumTotal Balance Men’s Premium by Xtend-Life is the highest quality men’s multi available. Formulated with a balance of Tocopherols and Tocotrienols, this multivitamin sets the standards for men’s cardiovascular health.
Xtend Life Total Balance Mens Premium
Chances are, you have already familiarized yourself with our information about xtendlife’s Total Balance Men’s formula. If not, we recommend taking a look at it here.
The “Premium” Blend of Xtend Life Total Balance Mens multivitamin features 18 additional actives that are not included in the Total Balance Men’s formula, and an overall increase in nutrients by 300% with the daily dosage amount.
There are several areas where xtendlife appears to be focusing with these additional actives:
Skin Youthfulness, Mental health, Healing, and Cancer prevention
Ribonucleic acid – highly significant effect upon the regeneration of cells and the healing process
Milk thistle Extract – protects against kidney damage and inflammation
Hesperidin – anti-inflammatory
Ginger extract – studies have found that Ginger lowers blood cholesterol and reduces blood clotting
Guggul Gum extract – Guggulsterones can inhibit the synthesis of cholesterol in the liver, and the bacterial metabolism of triglycerides
Pine Bark extract – contains condensed procyanidins which have been shown to make elastin more resistant
Turmeric Extract – A anti-inflammatory and also has exhibited chemopreventative and growth inhibitory activity against several tumour cell lines
5-Hydroxytryptophan – or 5-HTP, has been observed to significantly improve symptoms of depression, including in patients with treatment-resistant depression
Myricetin – modulates glucose absorption, which lowers cholesterol
Grape Seed Extract – evidence suggests it protects against oxidization, and free radical lipid damage which intern effects the health of DNA
Phosphatidyl L-serine – It has been shown to improve attention, verbal fluency and memory in aging people with cognitive deterioration. It is the most abundant fat soluble phospholipid in the human brain and is important in nervous system and brain function.
Vinpocetine – appears to have neuro-protective, antioxidant, circulatory stimulant and other effects that may be beneficial to brain function
L-lysine HCL – required for collagen synthesis and helps the body absorb and conserve calcium
L-ornthine HCL – balances and increases anabolic hormone levels, potentially reducing skeletal muscle hypertrophy
L-proline – building block of the structure of tendons, ligaments, arteries, veins and muscles
L-cysteine – component of insulin, skin, hair. It detoxifies chemicals and has anti-oxidant properties
L-glutamine – enhances the function of stimulated immune cells
L-pyroglutamic acid – it is a key neurotransmitter which may promote cognitive function
Taurine -most abundant dietary source of Taurine is human breast milk. Large amounts of Taurine are also found in the human brain, retina, heart and platelets
Aloe vera – anti-inflammatory and healing
Olive leaf extract -is used for the treatment of conditions associated with viruses, retroviruses, bacteria, or protozoa including influenza, the common cold
Beta Glucan – immunostimulant
Tea polysaccharides – assists the balancing of blood sugar levels and inhibits oxidative stress
Bilberry extract – supports and protects collagen structures in the blood vessels of the eyes
Actives that have been Increased in Amount:
Green tea extract – flavonoids found in green tea might reduce lipoprotein oxidation
Phosphatidyl Choline – is a phospholipid and a major constituent of lecithin which has demonstrated an inhibitory effect on cholesterol absorption
DMG HCL -improve oxygen utilization, and enhance liver function
N-acetyl L-cysteine – shown the ability to improve immune function and retard aging
N-acetyl glucosamine – amino sugar which plays a key role in joint health
SAMe – contributes to the synthesis, activation and/or metabolism of hormones, neurotransmitters, nucleic acids, proteins, phospholipids. Neuro-imaging studies indicate that SAMe affects the brain similarly to conventional antidepressants.
Piperine – plays a key tole in the development of serotonin, increases bioavailability and intracellular residency of many key nutrients
Trans-Resveratrol – polyphenolic compound that protects against free-radical damage
Isoflavones – suppress the production of stress proteins in cells
Luteolin – an antioxidant, a free radical scavenger, an agent in the prevention of inflammation, a promoter of carbohydrate metabolism, and an immune system modulator
Policosanol – at 10mg per day reduces platelet aggregation about as much as aspirin at 50mg per day, but it does not seem to significantly affect coagulation time.
L-Arginine – an essential amino acid required for growth, immune function, wound healing
L-Tyrosine – a part of the bodies natural prevention of the negative effects of stress
L-Carnosine – may diminish the degradation of proteins, preventing them from inducing cellular damage
Reduced Glutathione – This is involved in DNA synthesis and repair, and this form has been molecularly reduced in order to achieve optimal cell absorption.