Let's start by presenting Cysteine, which is a so-called non-essential amino acid belonging to that category of amino acids that our body can produce by itself, in this case starting from methionine and serine.
Caffeine is a psychoactive substance with a stimulating effect on the central nervous system mainly linked to its blocking action against adenosine which normally binds to the nerve cells of the brain to slow down their activity.
Methionine is an essential amino acid that cannot be synthesized by our body, except in very small quantities, hence it requires its intake through diet.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin with excellent antioxidant properties, involved in numerous processes in our body: it protects cells from the effects of free radicals (which, according to recent scientific research could also play a role in the onset heart disease, degenerative disease, and cancer) and helps the body absorb and store iron.
Melatonin is a lipo-water-soluble hormone that is extremely important for human health as it is responsible for regulating the body’s circadian rhythm, which includes all those daily cyclical rhythms of our life. Recent studies associate non-synchronizing external inputs with alterations of these rhythms.
Berberine is an ammonium salt that belongs to the group of benzylisoquinoline alkaloids, capable of providing excellent properties for our body when properly supplemented.
Caffeine is a stimulating alkaloid substance that acts on the receptors of our body, responsible for regulating the functions of the nervous system, the endocrine system, and the cardiovascular system.
Folates (both synthetic folic acid and its forms naturally present in food), also known as vitamin B9, are fundamental nutrients for our body as their deficiency can lead to megaloblastic anemia, increased risk of congenital anomalies, and cognitive dysfunctions of the elderly.