Maximum Mood Formula

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Formulated to address symptoms of low mood, anxiousness and stress, Maximum Mood Formula provides well-researched ingredients known to support healthy mood, a balanced stress response and healthy levels of neurotransmitters that elevate mood and support overall healthy function. Research shows that deficiencies in certain nutrients can contribute to generalized levels of anxiety, depressed mood and stress. Maximum Mood Formula is designed to improve symptoms of low mood, reduce stress related symptoms and support healthy energy levels.

Mood disorder is a major public health concern that affects millions of people worldwide with an increasing trend in the aging population. It is estimated that more than 16 million American adults experience a depressive episode in a given year that can result in sadness, irritability, low energy, loss of appetite, and lack of interest in formerly enjoyable activities.

Benefits of Maximum Mood Formula

  • Encourages positive mood
  • Supports brain, nervous system and muscle function
  • Promotes a healthy stress response
  • Supports balanced levels of brain neurotransmitters
  • Promotes energy metabolism
  • Improves micronutrient balance
  • Non-GMO, gluten free formulation

Ingredients include:

SAM-e: Found in every living cell, S-adenosyl-L-methionine (SAM-e) is a naturally occurring compound synthesized by the body from methionine, an amino acid found in foods, and adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a cellular energy-producing compound. As a methyl donor, SAM-e plays a role in numerous enzymatic reactions. SAM-e helps regulate key cellular functions, maintains cellular membranes and serves as a precursor for the synthesis of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant. SAM-e slows the breakdown of neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin, noradrenaline and adrenaline, complex chemical messengers that affect mood and perception of stress, and speeds production of neurotransmitter receptors, allowing neurotransmitters to work more effectively. Several decades of studies have found that SAM-e has antidepressant effects and is useful for those whom antidepressant medications are not working. 

Selenium: Fundamentally essential for health, a sufficient amount of trace element selenium is associated with a general elevation of mood and decreased anxiety. Perhaps best known as an antioxidant and catalyst for thyroid hormone production, selenium is necessary for proper immune function, as well as reduced oxidative stress and inflammation. Low dietary levels of selenium are linked to anxiety, fatigue and increased risk of depression. 

L-Lysine: An essential amino acid, L-Lysine is a crucial component of proteins important for tissue building and recovery. Necessary for calcium, iron and zinc absorption, as well as enzyme, hormone and antibody production, insufficient lysine can result in fatigue, poor concentration, anxiety and loss of muscle mass. L-Lysine may reduce feelings of anxiety by blocking stress response receptors. Studies have shown that by lowering cortisol levels, L-Lysine aids a healthier stress response. 

L-Tyrosine: L-Tyrosine positively influences the thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands, and increases plasma levels of neurotransmitters dopamine and noradrenalin. Dopamine is essential for mental functioning and healthy mood and is widely utilized to reduce stress and improve mood and mental alertness. Widely studied, L-Tyrosine supports and assists brain neurotransmitters, and has been shown to be particularly important for older persons experiencing stress and fatigue. 

Phosphatidylserine (PS): Found in high concentrations in the brain and nervous tissue, phosphatidylserine is a precursor for nerve cell function. An essential component of healthy nerve cell membranes, phosphatidylserine supports cognitive functions, including memory formation and storage, as well as the ability to focus and concentrate. Phosphatidylserine helps to reduce the effects of both physical and mental stress, and has been shown to decrease the severity of depression by positively affecting mood-related brain neurotransmitters.

B1 (Thiamine): Essential for the maintenance of healthy metabolism and energy production, thiamine helps maintain proper heart, nerve, muscle and brain function. Thiamine is essential for producing the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, critical for cognition, learning and memory. By protecting the myelin sheath that shields nerve cells, thiamine plays an important role in maintaining healthy cardiovascular and nervous systems. Thiamine improves the body’s ability to stabilize mood and stress-related physiological impairments, as well as provides support for healthy immune function. 

B3 (Niacinamide): Essential for DNA repair, energy metabolism and cardiovascular health, niacinamide acts as an antidote to adrenaline, often overproduced in those with anxiety. By regulating hormones and eliminating excess adrenaline, niacinamide aids stress reduction and contributes to feelings of relaxation. Niacinamide has been shown in clinical studies to naturally and safely mitigate symptoms of anxiety without dependence or negative side effects. As well, niacinamide is a vital cofactor for the synthesis of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that contributes to feelings of wellbeing and happiness. 

Zinc: Zinc is a necessary element that effects overall healthy function throughout one’s entire lifespan, from brain development to the progression of mood disorders and on to many neurological disorders, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. As a neuronal messenger and modulator of brain plasticity, zinc influences numerous enzymes and proteins important to normal learning and memory functions. Zinc has been found to have antidepressant properties, and numerous clinical studies have confirmed that zinc deficiency acts negatively on mood, which can lead to the development of depressive-like symptoms.

Pyridoxal 5-Phosphate (P5P): This biologically active form of vitamin B6 is a necessary cofactor for many enzymatic processes. P5P has a significant impact on the production of serotonin and GABA, calming neurotransmitters that boost mood, and support energy and concentration. P5P promotes proper brain function and can positively affect emotional response, pain perception, fatigue and feelings of anxiousness. 

5-MTHF: This bioactive form of folate is the primary B vitamin involved in the formation of neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin, all of which have antidepressant effects. Low levels of 5-MTHF can result in decreases in brain levels of SAM-e and brain neurotransmitters, contributing to low mood. Along with other B vitamins, folate helps to break down the amino acid homocysteine, high levels of which are associated with depression and Alzheimer’s. The breakdown of homocysteine generates SAM-e, which serves as a precursor to neurotransmitter synthesis.

SAM-e: Found in every living cell, S-adenosyl-L-methionine (SAM-e) is a naturally occurring compound synthesized by the body from methionine, an amino acid found in foods, and adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a cellular energy-producing compound. As a methyl donor, SAM-e plays a role in numerous enzymatic reactions. SAM-e helps regulate key cellular functions, maintains cellular membranes and serves as a precursor for the synthesis of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant. SAM-e slows the breakdown of neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin, noradrenaline and adrenaline, complex chemical messengers that affect mood and perception of stress, and speeds production of neurotransmitter receptors, allowing neurotransmitters to work more effectively. Several decades of studies have found that SAM-e has antidepressant effects and is useful for those whom antidepressant medications are not working.

Selenium: Fundamentally essential for health, a sufficient amount of trace element selenium is associated with a general elevation of mood and decreased anxiety. Perhaps best known as an antioxidant and catalyst for thyroid hormone production, selenium is necessary for proper immune function, as well as reduced oxidative stress and inflammation. Low dietary levels of selenium are linked to anxiety, fatigue and increased risk of depression.

L-Lysine: An essential amino acid, L-Lysine is a crucial component of proteins important for tissue building and recovery. Necessary for calcium, iron and zinc absorption, as well as enzyme, hormone and antibody production, insufficient lysine can result in fatigue, poor concentration, anxiety and loss of muscle mass. L-Lysine may reduce feelings of anxiety by blocking stress response receptors. Studies have shown that by lowering cortisol levels, L-Lysine aids a healthier stress response.

L-Tyrosine: L-Tyrosine positively influences the thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands, and increases plasma levels of neurotransmitters dopamine and noradrenalin. Dopamine is essential for mental functioning and healthy mood and is widely utilized to reduce stress and improve mood and mental alertness. Widely studied, L-Tyrosine supports and assists brain neurotransmitters, and has been shown to be particularly important for older persons experiencing stress and fatigue.

Phosphatidylserine (PS): Found in high concentrations in the brain and nervous tissue, phosphatidylserine is a precursor for nerve cell function. An essential component of healthy nerve cell membranes, phosphatidylserine supports cognitive functions, including memory formation and storage, as well as the ability to focus and concentrate. Phosphatidylserine helps to reduce the effects of both physical and mental stress, and has been shown to decrease the severity of depression by positively affecting mood-related brain neurotransmitters.

B1 (Thiamine): Essential for the maintenance of healthy metabolism and energy production, thiamine helps maintain proper heart, nerve, muscle and brain function. Thiamine is essential for producing the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, critical for cognition, learning and memory. By protecting the myelin sheath that shields nerve cells, thiamine plays an important role in maintaining healthy cardiovascular and nervous systems. Thiamine improves the body’s ability to stabilize mood and stress-related physiological impairments, as well as provides support for healthy immune function.

B3 (Niacinamide): Essential for DNA repair, energy metabolism and cardiovascular health, niacinamide acts as an antidote to adrenaline, often overproduced in those with anxiety. By regulating hormones and eliminating excess adrenaline, niacinamide aids stress reduction and contributes to feelings of relaxation. Niacinamide has been shown in clinical studies to naturally and safely mitigate symptoms of anxiety without dependence or negative side effects. As well, niacinamide is a vital cofactor for the synthesis of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that contributes to feelings of wellbeing and happiness.

Zinc: Zinc is a necessary element that effects overall healthy function throughout one’s entire lifespan, from brain development to the progression of mood disorders and on to many neurological disorders, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. As a neuronal messenger and modulator of brain plasticity, zinc influences numerous enzymes and proteins important to normal learning and memory functions. Zinc has been found to have antidepressant properties, and numerous clinical studies have confirmed that zinc deficiency acts negatively on mood, which can lead to the development of depressive-like symptoms.

Pyridoxal 5-Phosphate (P5P): This biologically active form of vitamin B6 is a necessary cofactor for many enzymatic processes. P5P has a significant impact on the production of serotonin and GABA, calming neurotransmitters that boost mood, and support energy and concentration. P5P promotes proper brain function and can positively affect emotional response, pain perception, fatigue and feelings of anxiousness.

5-MTHF: This bioactive form of folate is the primary B vitamin involved in the formation of neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin, all of which have antidepressant effects. Low levels of 5-MTHF can result in decreases in brain levels of SAM-e and brain neurotransmitters, contributing to low mood. Along with other B vitamins, folate helps to break down the amino acid homocysteine, high levels of which are associated with depression and Alzheimer’s. The breakdown of homocysteine generates SAM-e, which serves as a precursor to neurotransmitter synthesis. 

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