ALA Release is an alpha-lipoic acid complex, containing alpha-lipoic acid, R-alpha-lipoic acid, biotin, and calcium.
Antioxidants are the body's natural defense against disease and the ravages of the aging process. Vitamin E and vitamin C are the building blocks of antioxidants‚ but it's difficult to get enough of them in the standard Western diet and busy modern lifestyle. In some cases‚ supplements are the best way to achieve the level of nutrients your body needs to perform optimally.
Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) helps the body produce both of these vitamins‚ while also playing a central role in cell metabolism for repair and replacement of damaged cells. In addition‚ ALA may support cardiovascular health. Allergy Research Group’s ALA Release is a convenient supplement in the form of sustained-release tablets that provide a complex and long-lasting solution to vitamin deficiencies and poor immune response due to diet‚ environmental factors‚ or heredity.
Each time-released tablet of ALA Release contains a balanced formula with:
Alpha-lipoic acid—the pure form of ALA‚ for easy absorption by cellular processes within the digestive system R-alpha-lipoic acid—the only naturally-occurring type of ALA‚ and one of the key factors in building enzymes for energizing and rebuilding healthy cells Biotin—essential for cell growth‚ amino acid metabolism‚ and respiration Each bottle of ALA Release by Allergy Research Group contains a 30-day supply at the recommended dosage of onetablet‚ one or two times daily with food.
Since alpha-lipoic acid may lower blood glucose levels‚ these signals must be monitored closely if you have diabetes or related conditions. Caution is also advised for children‚ pregnant or breastfeeding women‚ and anyone with thyroid disorder or thiamine deficiency. Speak to your healthcare provider to determine the level of alpha-lipoic acids and vitamins that is best for your health.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, 1 tablet one or two times daily with food, or as directed by a health care professional.
Warning: Alpha-lipoic acid may lower blood glucose levels; those with diabetes or related conditions should monitor blood glucose levels. Pregnant or breast-feeding women, those with thiamine deficiency or thyroid disease, and children should use alpha-lipoic acid only under the supervision of a healthcare professional.