If you want to maintain cardiovascular health/blood capillary health, reduce inflammation and improve your energy levels, without taking a handful of pills; you need Synext. To get all the same benefits you could take multiple other products, or just take Synext and get on with living the life you love. Synext has been developed to boost energy levels and assist in blood circulation. In addition, it also reduces inflammation. All of these benefits have been carefully engineered into Synext to improve your general health and well-being.
What Synext Does for You
Multiple active ingredients have been scientifically proven to increase Adenosine Monophosphate-Activated Kinase (AMPK) without the need for exercise or reduced calorie intake. Increases in AMPK can be correlated to improved energy levels, this is normally achieved through regular exercise or deliberate fasting.
Fasting and exercise burn energy, temporarily reducing energy levels and the body responds by increasing AMPK sensitivity. By doing these activities you can help your body to swap cells that are in ‘survival mode’ for new cells that become functional parts of your AMPK pathways.
In addition to the benefits discussed, Synext tablets also contain NAD+ precursors. NAD+ is an important factor in maintaining high energy levels. The body naturally metabolises NAD+ precursors into NAD+. However, as you age, the levels of NAD+ decrease and this leads to subsequently reduced energy levels. Taking Synext increases the body’s supply of NAD+ precursors and improves your energy level in an effective and natural way.
- Contains Curcumin, Quercetin, and CoQ10. These ingredients assist with the management of inflammation.
- Synext contains active ingredients that are proven to support blood capillary health and increase circulation. Improved blood flow helps with the delivery of nutrients throughout your body.
- Synext also contains Biotin, an essential factor in assisting the body to convert certain nutrients into energy in clinical studies.
Take 1 tablet with food, 1-3 times daily.
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