What exactly is Coenzyme-A and what is its key function?
CoA is the most active metabolic enzyme in the human body and is required to metabolise fat, carbohydrate and protein converting them into energy at the cellular level. One of the most crucial functions CoA performs is the initiation of the body's energy cycle (variously referred to as the ATP, TCA, Krebs or citric acid cycle), which produces over 90% of the body's energy.
Lack of CoA, or when the energy cycle is blocked, can cause a range of dysfunctions including fatigue, depression, anxiety, loss of appetite, impaired sense of balance, easy irritability and abnormal need for sleep. However, CoA is also vital to immune system support and the body's ability to cope with stress. All in all, it is a 'master' that is bound to generate a following.
A technological breakthrough
CoA is the vital catalyst needed to utilise Co-Q10, NADH and other energy producing metabolic enzymes. Despite trying for many years, scientists were unable to produce a supplement that initiated the production of Coenzyme Aª in the body.
The breakthrough came around the turn of the century when Seattle-based biochemist Nick Scouras created a formula that did the job. Using breakthrough technology, Coenzyme Aª contains a balanced combination of active nutritional compounds that can be used by the body to support the manufacture and utilisation of this vital coenzyme. In a nutshell, Nick Scouras created a unique product - Coenzyme Aª - enabling the body to make more CoA itself within the cells, quite naturally.
Coenzyme Aª contains a balanced combination of active nutritional compounds that can be used by the body to support the manufacture and utilisation of this coenzyme.
Coenzyme Aª Modulator Matrix-ITM
L-Cysteine (Hcl Monohydrate)
Pantothenic Acid (B5)-80mg
Coenzyme A is without doubt the world's best kept anti-ageing secret.- Leslie Kenton
Besides its indispensable energy work, Coenzyme Aª initiates the synthesis of a wide variety of other essential substances. These include acetylcholine (the neurotransmitter), the steroid hormones (produced in the adrenal glands), and the sex hormones. It helps facilitate the manufacture of important components of connective tissue necessary for joint action, particularly chondroitin sulfate and hyaluronic acid. Coenzyme A also enhances physical performance and eases sore, stiff muscles by reducing the build up of lactic acid during physical activity.