CleverCalm - ActiveShake

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Key Benefits of CleverCalm ActiveShake Shake:

• Increase learning performance
• Increase concentration and memory
• Improves mood
• Better memory and concentration
• Relief from stress full exams
• Energy for an active lifestyle

Medication only does not cure lack of attention and concentration or hyperactivity in children or improve performance in the class or on the sportsfield, and it should never be the only choice. Nutrition plays key roles in how well the child's brain functions. CleverCalm Active shake contains all the correct nutritional supplements, vitamins, minerals, proteins and carbohydrates required for normal development of the child's brain functions, muscles and bone structure.

CleverCalm Active shake is sugar(Cane) free.
Poor nutrition can cause a child or adult to become distracted, impulsive, and restless. The right nutritional supplements, however, can lessen those symptoms.

Protein
Protein is essential for normal muscle development and can prevent surges in blood sugar, which increase hyperactivity.
Protein isolate and its amino acids make brain-awakening neurotransmitters when you start your day with CleverCalm Active shake. The combination of Nutrients and minerals, amino acids in CleverCalm Active shake will minimize swings in behavior caused by hunger or by a shortfall of a particular nutrient.

Proteins are essential to life and are necessary for the body's manufacturing and maintenance of all cells and tissues, including organ and brain development, and the making of essential body constituents such as hormones and enzymes. If excess protein is consumed and not needed by the body, it is also converted to fat and stored by the body as a potential future energy source. Each gram of protein provides 17 kilojoules.

Proteins are made up of amino acids; there are 20 amino acids. CleverCalm Active shake provides all of the essential and non-essential amino acids needed to support growth and development.

The protein source in CleverCalm Active shake is blend of Milk-Protein Isolate and Pea Protein Isolate.
CleverCalm Active shake contains milk Proteins.

CleverCalm Active shake contains all the key vitamins, minerals, amino acids, complex carbohydrates that may improve general health, energy levels, attention, alertness and concentration.

B Vitamins
Studies suggest that giving children who have low levels of B vitamins a Vitamin B Complex supplement improved IQ scores and reduced aggression and antisocial behavior.

Vitamin B6 increases the brain's levels of dopamine, which improves alertness.

Iron, and Magnesium
Iron and magnesium play an important role in the biosynthesizes of dopamine by acting as cofactors. This process also requires the amino acids L-Phenylalanine and L-Tyrosine which are the precursors of L-dopa and dopamine, an important neurotransmitter for the growing child and adults. Low levels of these minerals and amino acids correlate with inattention.
Iron is also necessary for making dopamine.

Magnesium has a calming effect on the brain. The safest way to increase mineral levels is a multivitamin/multimineral with iron shake like CleverCalm Active shake which will ensure that you or your child will receive a balanced meal support supplement daily.

L-Glycine and CLA
· L-Glycine: Glycine removes toxic substances like lactic acid from the body. Glycine is a major promoter of growth and muscle development.

· CLA: Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) may help to reduce fat accumulation and increase lean body mass in children which improves general wellbeing and confidence.

· Conjugated linoleic acid(CLA) is a slightly altered form of the essential fatty acid linoleic acid. It is an unsaturated fatty acid found in beef, lamb and dairy products; the CLA in CleverCalm Active shake is derived from vegetable oils that are rich in linoleic acids.

· CLA is a family of positional and geometric isomers with 2 conjugated double bonds formed from linoleic acid and linolenic acid. Most dietary CLA in humans is obtained from dairy products.

· Commercial CLA used in CleverCalm Active shake is derived from Safflower oil contain trans-10, cis-12 and cis-9,trans-11 CLA isomers in diverse proportions.

· Fats from CLA constitute the principal structural material of all living cells and are an important source of energy, healthy skin and hair.

· Fat from CLA also helps the body absorb and move the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K through the bloodstream.
· Dietary fat like CLA intake provides needed essential fatty acids to the body. These essential fatty acids are linoleic acid and linolenic acid. These are fatty acids that the body cannot make and which must be derived from foods.

Cebrogen(L-Glutamine)
Cebrogen(Stimulina)(2,5-diamino-5-oxopentanoic acid)(L-Glutamine) can minimize breakdown of muscle and improve protein metabolism.

Glutamine plays key roles in protein metabolism, cell volumizing, and anti-catabolism. Glutamine also increases one's ability to secrete Human Growth Hormone, which helps to metabolize body fat and support new muscle growth.

Glutamine's anti-catabolism ability prevents the breakdown of muscles. Glutamine is needed throughout the body for optimal performance.

L-Glutamine promotes a positive nitrogen balance and prevents the loss of muscle.

The Benefits of L-Glutamine:
· Glutamine is essential for Recovery after intense sporting events and also assist with wound and burn healing.
· Glutamine is a carbon and nitrogen donor and helps restore glycogen which restores energy.
· Glutamine is the most important component of muscle protein, and helps repair and build muscle.
· Glutamine has been linked to protein synthesis. It prevents muscle from being catabolized (eaten up). Glutamine helps maintain cell volume and hydration, speeding up wound and burn healing and recovery.
· Glutamine plays an important role in Growth Hormone production.

Better Growth Hormone production benefits:
· Increase muscle mass (and physical strength if combined with moderate exercise).
· Increase bone density.
· Strengthen the immune system.
· Improve memory.
· Stimulate production of the bone marrow cells that produce red blood cells.

Amino Acid Complex:
Amino acids are used by the muscle for a variety of tasks, but primarily they are used as fuel for healthy tissue. There are several aminos, each with their own purpose, but as a whole they are the building blocks of protein, which is used by 'the body as an energy source to build and maintain muscle.
Sports people know about the benefits of amino acids and usually supplement their diet with them on a daily basis. Endurance athletes, such as marathon runners and triathletes also use amino acids to promote recovery and increase endurance. Since aminos are used by the body to build, repair, and strengthen, they are one of the most important supplements

Vitamins & Mineral Complex:
Vitamin A: This is important for the development of bones and teeth and helps maintain the gums. It is essential for night vision, healthy skin, hair and mucous membranes. It is required for the proper functioning of the immune system and helps prevent infection.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): Vitamin B1 and is important for the normal functioning of the nervous system. Thiamin also participates in the body's ability to use protein and sugars for energy production.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): Vitamin B2 is found in every cell of the body and is needed for energy production. It also helps to maintain vision and the metabolism and proper functioning of skin and nerve cells.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin):Niacin, also known as nicotinic acid, niacinamide, or Vitamin B3, is found in every cell of the body. It is necessary for energy production and to maintain the normal functioning of skin, nerves and the digestive tract. It can be manufactured by the body from the amino acid tryptophan. However, the amount needed by the body will usually exceed the amount that the body can produce and it is necessary to consume niacin from foods or supplements.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): Pantothenic acid is also known as Vitamin B5. It is involved in numerous chemical reactions in the body and is essential for the metabolism of fat and sugars. Pantothenic acid is also involved in the manufacture of chemicals that regulate nerve functions.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): Vitamin B6 can also be referred to as pyridoxine or pyridoxal. This vitamin influences many body functions including the regulation of blood sugar levels, the manufacturing of hemoglobin in red blood cells which carries oxygen to all body cells, and the functioning of the nervous system. As protein intake increases, so does the body's need for Vitamin B6. Also, an adequate Vitamin B6 intake decreases the requirement for niacin from food sources because it aids in the conversion of tryptophan to niacin.

Vitamin B7 (Biotin): Biotin is part of the B-complex of vitamins. It is thought to play a role in cell growth and is important in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates (sugars), and some amino acids (the building blocks of protein).
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid): Folic acid (folate folacin or Vitamin B9), together with Vitamins B6 and B12 are required for protein metabolism. It is also important in the making of genetic material (DNA and RNA). It promotes normal red blood cell formation and reduces the risk of neural tube (brain and spine) birth defects. This is one reason why a folic acid supplement is recommended during pregnancy.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin): Vitamin B12 is also known as cyanocobalamin because it contains the mineral cobalt. It is crucial in the reproduction of every cell in the body because it is needed to make DNA, the genetic material required for life. Vitamin B12 is essential for normal growth, healthy nerve tissue, and the formation of blood cells.
Vitamin C: Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid. Vitamin C has received a lot of attention because of its major role in the body as an antioxidant, a substance that prevents damage to cells from free radicals and pollutants, and as a protector against infections, particularly the common cold. Vitamin C plays a role in nerve transmission, tissue repair, the conversion of cholesterol to bile acids, and the enhancement of iron absorption. Vitamin C is used by the body to make collagen, the connective tissue in skin, ligaments and bones.

Vitamin D: Vitamin D, also known as calciferol the body has the ability to make it from the interaction of the sun on the skin. Vitamin D made from this process is referred to as Vitamin D3 or cholecalciferol. Vitamin D helps the body to properly utilize calcium and phosphorus for the proper functioning of the nervous system. Recent research has confirmed that Vitamin D3 is more effective than Vitamin D2 in humans in improving the bodies Vitamin D status. Vitamin D is essential for the development and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth in infants, children and adults. In infants and children, a deficiency of Vitamin D results in rickets, a softening of the bones, which can result in bent legs. In adults, osteomalacia (a softening of the bones) or osteoporosis (thinning and weakening of the bones) can occur.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E protects Vitamin A and the essential fatty acids from oxidation in the body. It is needed for the proper functioning of nerves and muscles and helps to form red blood cells, muscle and other tissues.
Inositol: Inositol is not a true vitamin because the body can manufacture what it needs. However, it is considered a member of the vitamin B family. Inositol works with choline to help transport fat from the liver. It also helps maintain cell membranes and is involved in the proper functioning of the nervous system.

Choline: Choline is not a true vitamin because the body can manufacture small amounts of it. However, it must be consumed from foods to meet overall body needs especially during times of rapid growth and development such as pregnancy, lactation, infancy, and early childhood. Choline is an essential nutrient necessary for the structure and function of all cells in the body.

Calcium: Although the major function of calcium is the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth, it is also needed to keep the heart pumping, muscles moving, and nerves communicating. Calcium helps regulate the passage of nutrients in and out of cells, assists in normal blood clotting, and is important to normal kidney functioning.
Phosphorus: Together with calcium it aids in bone and teeth formation, kidney function, and heart contraction. The balance of calcium and phosphorus is important in the body, especially in infancy, to ensure that the team works together well in keeping the body's chemical balance.
Magnesium: This works with calcium and Vitamin C to maintain bone health. It is also necessary for energy production, the making of proteins used by the body to make cells and genetic material, the transmission of nerve impulses, the contraction and relaxation of the muscles, and maintaining the delicate electrical balance of all body cells.
Iron: As blood passes through the tiny air sacs in the lung, oxygen attaches itself to the iron in the blood and transports it to all parts of the body. Iron combines with protein and copper to make hemoglobin, a necessary component of red blood cells that carries oxygen to the cells. Iron also is a component of myoglobin, a protein that stores oxygen specifically in muscle tissue. Approximately 90% of iron in the body is conserved and reused every day.
Zinc: This is needed for cell growth and repair, digestion and metabolism of nutrients, and is vital to the development of the reproductive organs. It also helps regulate the body's immune response to infection and aids in wound healing.
Selenium: In combination with Vitamin E, selenium works as an antioxidant to help maintain a healthy heart. Selenium provides elasticity to tissues and helps cells to defend themselves against damage from oxidation. Selenium also aids in the proper functioning of the pancreas.

Copper: This is necessary for the absorption and utilization of iron in the body. Copper has an important role in the making of red blood cells and nerve fibers. It also combines with Vitamin C to form elastin, a chief component of muscle fibers in the body. Copper is involved in hair and skin coloring, sensitivity to taste.
Iodine: This is probably best known for keeping the thyroid gland healthy. It is also involved in metabolizing fats and in regulating energy production.

Manganese: This is used by the body as a preferred cofactor in several important enzyme systems and is essential for a healthy tendon and bone structure. It is necessary for the metabolism of thiamine and Vitamin E and helps to maintain the health of the immune and nervous systems.
Chromium: Chromium is a trace mineral required by the body for the metabolism of carbohydrates by enhancing the action of insulin. It is also involved in the metabolism of fats and proteins. Chromium is a trace mineral because the human body only needs small amounts.


Molybdenum: Molybdenum is a trace mineral needed by a number of enzyme systems in the body to aid in the breakdown of foods. It is present in tooth enamel and may help to prevent dental caries.
Potassium: This is an electrolyte which together with sodium to regulates the body's waste balance, transmit nerve impulses, and regulate muscle contraction including the heart muscles. It is essential for metabolism and the release of insulin. In infants and young children who have diarrhea or vomiting, an oral electrolyte solution, containing a balance quantity of sodium, potassium and chloride is usually recommended to help prevent the body from becoming dehydrated due to a deficiency in these electrolytes.
Sodium: The primary role of sodium in the body is to maintain fluid balance. Sodium is an electrolyte that together with potassium and chloride conducts electrical currents in the body and keep tissue fluids in balance. A deficiency of sodium is rare but loss of sodium through diarrhea, vomiting, or excessive sweating can cause dehydration, muscle cramps, weakness, and headaches. This is especially critical in infants and young children and the reason for use of an oral electrolyte solution, such as PediaVance®, with a balance of sodium, potassium and chloride when a child has diarrhea and vomiting.
Chloride: This is an electrolyte and helps to maintain fluid balance in the body and also is a component of the stomach juices (hydrochloric acid) needed for digestion of foods.

Carbohydrate:
Carbohydrates are one of the crucial dietary sources of energy that support the brain, enable muscular contractions, and provide the fuel necessary to support a child's growth, activity level, and learning capability. So it is important for a child to get adequate amounts of carbohydrates each day from good food sources.
Each gram of carbohydrate provides 17 kilojoules. Carbohydrates are classified scientifically as mono-saccharides, di-saccharides, tri-saccharides or poly-saccharides.
Mono-saccharide is a one molecule saccharide (referred to as a simple carbohydrate). Examples are glucose (dextrose), fructose, and galactose. Glucose is the major fuel needed by the body for energy.
Di-saccharide is made up of two monosaccharides. Lactose (milk sugar) is made by the joining of one glucose molecule with one galactose molecule. The body breaks down disaccharides into monosaccharides and then converts these to glucose providing needed energy for the body.
Tri-saccharide is made up of three saccharide molecules which forms part of maltodextrin
Poly-saccharide contains more than two sugar molecules. Examples of polysaccharides include organic rice maltodextrin, like molasses and starches. Polysaccharides are often called complex carbohydrates.

Mono-saccharides
Mono-saccharides(Simple carbohydrates) are quickly digested and absorbed by the body into the bloodstream providing a quick source of energy. As glucose levels rise in the blood, the pancreas secretes the hormone insulin. Insulin is needed to move the glucose from the blood into the cells where the glucose is then used for energy. When this process goes fast, a feeling of hunger will more likely occur sooner. When it occurs slower, the body appears to be satisfied from hunger longer. Simple carbohydrates usually cause blood sugar levels to rise quicker than complex carbohydrates and increase the production and release of insulin by the pancreas. If the glucose in the bloodstream is not used by the body for energy, it is stored as fat.

Multi-saccharide
The longer the carbohydrate chain (multisaccharide), the slower the body breaks it down to monosaccharides and, thus, the slower the absorption of the carbohydrate from the intestinal tract into the bloodstream. This slower digestion process is better for the body. If there is a slower absorption of the carbohydrate, there is a slower release of insulin. Also, a slower digestion lets the body utilize the longer length sugars like maltodextrin for energy and there's less potential for the carbohydrate to be converted into fat.

Carbohydrates in CleverCalm Concentration Shake consist of the correct blend of maltodextrin (multisaccharides) and monodextrin(mono-saccharide). This combination offers the benefits of having both a mono-saccharide for quick energy and a complex multi-saccharide for a steadier supply of energy.

Protein:
Proteins are essential to life and are necessary for the body's manufacturing and maintenance of all cells and tissues, including organ and brain development, and the making of essential body constituents such as hormones and enzymes. If excess protein is consumed and not needed by the body, it is also converted to fat and stored by the body as a potential future energy source. Each gram of protein provides 17 kilojoules.
Proteins are made up of amino acids; there are 20 amino acids. CleverCalm Concentration Shake provides all of the essential and non-essential amino acids needed to support growth and development.
The protein source in CleverCalm Concentration Shake is blend of Milk-Protein Isolate and Pea Protein Isolate. CleverCalm Concentration Shake contains milk Proteins.

CLA (Cojugated Linoleic Acid):
Conjugated linoleic acid is a slightly altered form of the essential fatty acid linoleic acid. It is an unsaturated fatty acid found in beef, lamb and dairy products; the CLA in CleverCalm Concentration Shake is derived from vegetable oils that are rich in linoleic acids.
CLA is a family of positional and geometric isomers with 2 conjugated double bonds formed from linoleic acid and linolenic acid. Most dietary CLA in humans is obtained from dairy products, accounting for the cis-9, trans-11 CLA isomer, also known as rumenic acid, for more than 90% of the total CLA intake. Commercial CLA used in CleverCalm Concentration Shake is derived from Safflower oil contain trans-10, cis-12 and cis-9,trans-11 CLA isomers in diverse proportions.
Fats constitute the principal structural material of all living cells and are an important source of energy. Healthy skin and hair are maintained by fat. Fat also helps the body absorb and move the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K through the bloodstream. Dietary fat intake provides needed essential fatty acids to the body. These essential fatty acids are linoleic acid and linolenic acid. These are fatty acids that the body cannot make and which must be derived from foods.

Fats from plant sources are usually liquid at room temperature and are called oils. Most plant oils are made up of unsaturated fatty acids with the exception of coconut, palm, and palm kernel oils. There are two types of unsaturated fats:
Monounsaturated fats: Examples include olive and canola oils.
Polyunsaturated fats: Examples include fish, safflower, sunflower, corn, and soybean oils.
Fats are an important nutrient for infants and young children. They are needed to support growth, development and energy needs. A child who is not eating or drinking foods with adequate amounts of essential fatty acids can develop a fatty acid deficiency. Signs of an essential fatty acid deficiency include poor growth, scaly skin lesions, dry brittle nails, dandruff, and lack of hair luster.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which demyelination, loss of myelin sheath material, occurs. (The myelin sheath is a fatty substance that surrounds and insulates the axon of some nerve cells.) This leads to disruptions in nerve impulse transmission. CLA(Linoleic acid) is believed to be helpful because myelin is composed of lecithin, which is made of linoleic and other fatty acids. Many diets recommended for MS patients included

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