Also known as beta-carotene or retinol, Vitamin A is essential for immune system function, and helps with the maintenance of normal vision and healthy night vision.
Reduces oxidative stress and helps protect proteins from oxidative damage that commonly occurs during training.
Vitamin D has gained in popularity lately, and for good reason. This vitamin is important in insulin and prolactin secretion, muscle function, as well as immune and stress response.
In addition to detoxifying free radicals and preventing damage to cell membranes, Vitamin E enhances immune response and protects the liver.
Helps build bone, especially in conjunction with vitamins A and D, also present in Vintage Base™. Also helps with blood coagulation.
A vitamin typically found in fresh vegetables and linked to amino acid, glucose and lipid metabolism, as well as hemoglobin synthesis.
Also known as folate, this vitamin breaks down and synthesizes amino acids, as well as synthesizing nucleic acids, which are essential in building new blood cells.
A micronutrient used to convert protein and carbohydrates into energy, and essential for getting oxygen to tissues in order to help peak performance.
This vitamin plays a key role in metabolizing fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.
Part of the chemistry of coenzyme A, which is vital in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins – and is necessary for normal adrenal cortex function.
A mineral involved in the production of energy and maintenance of healthy immune function. It is also essential in developing and maintaining healthy bones and teeth.
Plays an integral part in the thyroid hormones, which have important metabolic roles related to energy production.
Involved in multiple biochemical reactions of metabolic function, including energy production, cardiovascular regulation and exercise performance.
An essential trace element that helps boost the immune system, as well as improve athletic performance and strength.
This trace element is a constituent of multiple selenoproteins that play critical roles in reproduction, thyroid hormone metabolism, DNA synthesis, and protection from oxidative damage and infection.
An essential trace element that helps stimulate the absorption of iron and plays a key role in respiration. It also helps maintain cell membranes, and is part of the enzyme that protects against cell damage.
A mineral that plays an essential role in several enzyme systems involved in protein and energy metabolism.
Essential trace element that aids in glucose metabolism and regulates blood sugar. Some studies also suggest that it helps protect against cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure.
An essential mineral that is vital to the correct function of several enzymes and is obtained through diet or supplementation.
A mineral and electrolyte that is essential for a steady heartbeat, the transmission of nervous system signals, and correct muscle function.