Product Description

Key Points

  • against oxidative stress in sport & aging
  • weight reduction and muscle improvement
  • booster for life quality and humor

What is it?

α-Lacys Reset® is an active ingredient based on a patented synergic association of ALA and CYS which acts as a modulator of cell redox balance, beyond simple radical scavenger.

What does it do?

It Balances free radicals production & neutralization through activation of aerobic metabolism in mitochondria.
It Increases well-being perception, reduces tiredness and helps to recover.
It Is effective in many oxidative stress models such as sport applications, menopause coadjuvant treatment, anti-aging and slimming.

Biological target

Oxidative stress is affecting people’s wellness through different mechanisms.
Redox homeostasis is a key point to be in good health: the shift towards oxidative status involves negative consequences.
When not compensated, oxidative process can lead to a degenerative cascade.

Mechanism of action

Reduction of free radicals production:
ALA activates AMP-kinase independently of cellular AMP concentration. This augments cytochrome oxidase activity and improves aerobic metabolism.
Neutralization of existing radicals: CYS promotes synthesis of Glutathione system GSH controlling ROS production in mitochondria.
Self-regeneration: components are restored through natural metabolic catalytic cycle.

Ingredient benefits

  • activates aerobic metabolism, by improving more efficient burning process on fat mass.
  • enhances mitochondrial global activity, lowers fatigue perception through increased ATP synthesis. It augments blood antioxidant capacity and oxygen-adsorbent ability, thus improving life quality
  • is a “no-effort training” targeted for both fit people and competition athletes. It reduces protein catabolism as well as the correlated production of ammonium and lactic acid
  • rebalances metabolic disorders. It indirectly regulates hypophysis hyperactivity in menopause, thus affecting the typical weight gain due to oestrogen overproduction in adipose tissue