Using B vitamins to prevent, treat, and heal neuropathies (both large fiber and small) has been an established best practice for some time. In the course of researching small fiber peripheral neuropathy, two Harvard Medical School doctors discovered ATP may also help small fiber neuropathy symptoms. The reason makes sense. Disruption of proper cell fuel (including adenosine triphosphate (ATP)) is well known to cause small nerve fiber damage.
Where To Get Both B-Vitamins and ATP
AIM Peak Endurance provides the only oral source of ATP clinically proven to elevate ATP levels within the body. The grape-flavored drink mix combines ATP (adenosine triphosphate), B vitamins, electrolytes, vitamin C, and phosphorus, and it includes only one gram of sugar.
• Elevates ATP levels in cells, blood, and tissues • Increases energy levels and reduces fatigue • Stimulates blood flow to peripheral sites
It is also perfect as a pre-, during-, and post-exercise drink.
• Replenishes electrolytes lost during exercise • Supplies B vitamins that are lacking in vegetarian diets
Take two servings per day – one in the morning before breakfast on an empty stomach, and one about a half hour before lunch in the afternoon. You’ll ensure full absorption this way.
This weekend, AIM Peak Endurance is on sale. Buy 1, get 1 half off. But you must order through http://chrisbyrnes.com/peakendurance and use coupon code FB010612 at checkout. Stock up while supplies last.Source: “Small-Fiber Neuropathy: Answering the Burning Questions” by Ezekiel Fink and Anne Louise Oaklander from the Nerve Injury Unit, a division of the Departments of Anesthesiology, Neurology, and Neuropathology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA.