EnerGenic by Alimentum Labs

Alimentum Labs EnerGenic

Regain your youthful energy with Mitochondrial and Cellular ATP Bioenergy Complex 

EnerGenic by Alimentun Labs contains clinically studied ingredients that activate healthy Mitochondrial gene expression to promote mitochondrial biogenesis, increase energy through ATP production, and protect cell functions.

** Systemic Formulas eNRG and MyByome MitoGenic have been reformulated and improved. Introducing the new Alimentum Labs Energetic.

Naturally Improve Cellular Energy 

Mitochondria are indispensable cellular organelles that serve as the powerhouses of our cells. They are responsible for producing the energy required for all bodily functions. Beyond energy production, they influence metabolism, improve cell health, manage calcium levels, and fight free radicals that cause aging, inflammation, and health problems. Several factors can detrimentally impact mitochondrial health and can negatively impact the genes and mechanisms that regulate mitochondrial health and function.

These include poor dietary habits, sedentary lifestyles, chronic stress, environmental toxins, and the natural aging process.

When mitochondria are not functioning properly or in insufficient numbers, it can lead to a range of symptoms, including fatigue, muscle weakness, neurological issues, exercise intolerance, gastrointestinal problems, cardiac symptoms, neuromuscular symptoms, vision and hearing problems, metabolic disorders, immune system dysfunction.

Energetic was created to counteract these influences and promote mitochondrial well-being. With newly researched ingredients the data shows we can enhance energy levels, reduce oxidative stress, support overall cellular health, and help maintain a healthy metabolism through a dietary nutrigenomic approach. To know if you are at risk for mitochondrial/energy complications, we provide a full customized bloodwork panel to help personalize your choice in health care and nutrition.

How EnerGenic Postively Influences Gene Expression & Energy Production

Mitochondrial biogenesis is like your body's way of building and maintaining its power plants. These power plants are the mitochondria. These tiny power plants are found inside your cells and are responsible for producing energy. Your genes have instructions to build, repair, maintain, and regulate mitochondria. Here is just a few of the long list genes that Energenic targets to regulate and enhance mitochondria.

  • PGC-1α (Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma coactivator 1-alpha) - This is often considered the most potent and central regulator of mitochondrial biogenesis. PGC-1α is often referred to as the "master regulator" of mitochondrial biogenesis. Activation of PGC-1α can trigger a cascade of events leading to increased mitochondrial biogenesis and overall cellular energy efficiency. Factors like AMPK and SIRT1 genes can also influence the activity of PGC-1α, further highlighting its importance in this process.
  • Sirtuin Genes (SIRT1, SIRT3) - Both SIRT1 and SIRT3 are key players in maintaining mitochondrial health and function, ensuring that cells have a sufficient supply of functional and efficient mitochondria to meet their energy and metabolic needs. SIRT1 is a deacetylase enzyme that regulates various cellular processes, including mitochondrial biogenesis, by deacetylating and activating PGC-1α. SIRT1 enhances mitochondrial quality and quantity, supporting energy production and overall cellular health. SIRT3 works to improve mitochondria efficiency and reduces oxidative damage. It contributes to the overall health of mitochondria and their ability to produce energy.
  • NRF Genes - NRF (Nuclear Respiratory Factor) genes go hand in hand with Sirtuin genes, particularly NRF1 and NRF2. These play a crucial role in regulating the expression of nuclear genes encoding mitochondrial proteins. These genes are involved in the transcription and expression of proteins essential for mitochondrial function, including those related to mitochondrial biogenesis, oxidative phosphorylation, and energy metabolism.
  • TFAM (Mitochondrial Transcription Factor A) - These genes help ensure that cells maintain a healthy population of mitochondria to meet their energy production and metabolic needs.TFAM (Mitochondrial Transcription Factor A) is a key protein involved in mitochondrial biogenesis and function. Some supplements and dietary compounds provided in Energetic can indirectly support the mitochondrial biogenesis process and overall mitochondrial health which includes the activity of TFAM.

Signs You May Need EnerGenic

  • Mitochondrial Disorders
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
  • Aging
  • Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Brain fog
  • Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Metabolic Disorders
  • Exercise Performance
  • Stress and Burnout
  • Chronic Infections

Ingredients that Work

Vitamin A (Retinyl Acetate): When deficient in Vitamin A, oxidative stress increases and ATP production by the mitochondria decreases (6). Making it essential to look for nutritional deficiencies like Vitamin A.

Thiamin (Vit B1): Thiamin is an essential cofactor for the ATP production reaction. When thiamin levels are low, energy production is reduced. (7)

Niacin (Vit B3) (NAD/NMN): Niacin, also known as Vitamin B3, is a molecule needed early on in a long reaction that creates energy from food eaten. It is essential for this reaction to occur (8) Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) is a derivative of niacin, and it can be converted into NAD+ through a series of enzymatic reactions. NAD and its precursors like nicotinamide riboside (NR) and nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), are work to enhance cellular energy production, support DNA repair mechanisms, activate sirtuin genes involved in aging and metabolism regulation, maintain mitochondrial function, and potentially offer neuroprotective effects, with ongoing research exploring their implications for anti-aging and overall well-being.)

Magnesium (Ascorbate): Magnesium is an essential nutrient required for many physiologic reactions. It is required for the first step of energy production, also known as glycolysis. It is heavily involved in DNA, RNA, amino acid and protein reactions. Type 2 diabetes is worsened by having a magnesium deficiency (9)

Potassium (Dipotassium PO4): Potassium is an essential element for numerous biological processes. It is required for many reactions to occur by creating ion gradients, acting as a cofactor for enzymatic reactions and more. Having the appropriate levels of potassium in the body maintains the health and function of the mitochondria and may even delay mitochondrial degeneration and aid in healthy aging processes (10).

N-Acetyl L-Carnitine: L-Carnitine is required for mitochondrial function. It is required in order for β-oxidation, a form of energy production in the mitochondria, to occur. Acetyl L-carnitine in particular has been shown to reduce oxidative stress in the body and within the mitochondria itself. Carnitine has also been shown to improve blood pressure, insulin sensitivity and overall cardiovascular risk. It can also aid in regulating sirtuin expression which helps with energy production, cellular health and healthy aging. (11)

Ribose: Ribose plays a crucial role in mitochondrial function, primarily by being involved in the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is the primary energy currency of the cell. In certain cardiovascular conditions, where there is a compromised ability to regenerate ATP efficiently, ribose supplementation has been investigated as a potential therapy to support mitochondrial function. ribose also has antioxidant properties, helping to protect mitochondria and other cellular structures from
oxidative damage. (26) (27)

Calcium Pyruvate: Calcium is an essential cofactor for several reactions involved in energy production within the mitochondria. Pyruvate is also the molecule that enters the krebs cycle to be broken down in order to make ATP (12). These molecules have been reported to boost metabolism and weight loss.

Kudzu Extract (Daidzin): Daidzin promotes mitochondrial biogenesis through the SIRT1 pathway. (13)

Coenzyme Q10: CoQ10 is an integral part of the electron transport chain in the mitochondria. It also protects cellular function and integrity as a whole by protecting lipids in the cell membrane (14)

L-Tryptophan: Enhances mitochondrial function and output through the AMPK/Sirt1/PGC1α signaling pathway. (15)

Alpha Ketoglutaric Acid: Alpha ketoglutaric acid is an intermediate molecule in the citric acid cycle, the second major step of energy and ATP production in the body. It has also been shown to improve muscle recovery and aging. It can upregulate the expression of SIRT1 genes (16)

L-Valine: Valine supplementation has been shown to increase production of mitochondria by stimulating SIRT1 and SIRT2. This may help with energy, muscle health, and appropriate aging processes. (17)

L-Alanine: Alanine has been shown to improve mitochondrial biogenesis and aging effects through SIRT expression. (5)

Aspartic Acid: Aspartic acid is involved in generating NADH, an important energy molecule. It is also involved in protecting the mitochondria and balancing the reduction-oxidation reactions that happen there (18)

Pantethine: Pantethine is a precursor to the molecule CoQ10 and has been shown to significantly increase the production of CoA in the liver, which is involved in energy production. It can reduce cholesterol levels in the blood (19)

ATP: ATP is the energy currency of all cells in all living organisms. Without ATP, life would not exist. It stores energy in the bonds between phosphate groups and releases this energy when the bonds are broken. This allows the majority of the reactions in our body to occur, from muscle contraction and nerve impulses to creating required molecules and ion transportation. The human body depends on the breakdown of between one septillion and one octillion ATP molecules per day. (20)

Luteolin: In normal cells, luteolin has been shown to stimulate sirtuin genes, which enhances mitochondrial function. It is also protective against oxidative stress in the mitochondria which may mitigate the damage of strokes (21)
Note: in cancerous cells, luteolin causes immense mitochondrial disruption which triggers the cell to initiate apoptosis (22,23)

PQQ: PQQ is a molecule used as a cofactor in biological reactions. It has been shown to activate sirtuin genes which are responsible for mitochondrial function, DNA maintenance and overall cellular health (24) PQQ enhances mitochondrial generation and energy production (25).

Count:60 capsules

How to use: Take 2 capsules daily, or as directed by your healthcare provider.

Additional Information: No Gluten, No Dairy, No Egg, No Sugar, Non-GMO