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RevIV Ingredients

Take a look at how each of our vitamins works in the body and how essential they are to our cells. You may browse by desired goal or just educate yourself on all of our ingredients. 

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Weight Loss

Tri-Amino Acids- boost metabolism, improve energy levels, increase endurance 

Vitamin B 12- metabolism support, reduces fatigue

 

MICC- Help release fat deposits in certain areas, increases metabolism, boost energy

 

LipoStat- Contains MICC (methionine 25mg, inositol 50mg, choline 50mg), B12 1mg, pyridoxine B6 175mcg

 Metabolism booster, removes toxins from liver, improved mood and memory

 

B Complex- Boost energy, immune support, increase metabolism

Semaglutide- reduces appetite, slows down the emptying of the stomach, and increases feelings of fullness.

Sermorelin- Growth Hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH). Increases lean body mass, reduces body fat by lipolysis.

Tirzepatide- GLP & GLP1 agonist. Decrease appetite, slows down gastric emptying, increasing feeling of fullness. 

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Athletic Performance

Tri Amino Acids- influence metabolism, encourage weight loss, promotes production of nitric oxide (NO) and human growth hormone (hGH)

 

Glutathione- Decreases muscle fatigue

VItamin C- Builds muscle mass

 

B Complex- decreases soreness and heals micro-tears

 

Calcium- Helps with contractility

 

Magnesium- alleviates sore muscles, cramps and spasms. Helps with fatigue and muscle weakness

 

Biotin- Aids in muscle growth. Alleviates muscle and joint inflammation

Taurine- Enhances exercise performance, improves energy levels, reduces muscle damage

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Anti-Aging

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Vitamin C- collagen producing, repairs damage from free radicals

 

Biotin- hair and nail support, needed to metabolize carbohydrates and fats

 

B 12- improves memory and cognition,  enhances focus, reduces fatigue, improves mood

 

B complex- Contains 8 B vitamins that boost energy, reduce stress, healthy skin/nails, brain health, immune support.

 

Folic acid- helps with inflammatory arthritis, people >65 (we have less capacity to absorb this vitamin)

 

Magnesium- combats fatigue, insomnia, headaches, high blood pressure, muscle spasm and cramps, stress

 

Tri-Amino Acids- metabolism, fat loss, promote NO- nitric oxide, sexual health

Taurine- Fights brain aging, improving cognitive function in dimentia. Combats arthritis

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Immune Support

Vitamin C- Wound healing, immune support

 

B 12- Boost red blood cell count, aids in immune system function

 

B complex- Helps with fever, burns, prolonged diseases, gi disorders

 

Biotin- Used as supplement in multiple sclerosis

 

Zinc- Immune support, wound healing

 

Glutathione- Indicated for cardiovascular disease, male infertility, fatty liver (non alcoholic)

Taurine- Helps support nerve growth. Can help lower blood pressure by calming nervous system. May help prevent heart failure from progressing

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Stress Relief

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B Complex- combats low energy feelings. Improves mental health

 

B12- Reduces fatigue, improves mood, enhances focus

 

Vitamin C- adrenal support (modulates stress response). Supports immune system

 

Magnesium- boost energy, reduces headaches, migraines and chronic pain, lowers blood pressure, helps with anxiety and depression, insomnia and stress

 

Taurine- Regulates mood and stress levels. Boost endurance during exercise

 

Zinc- reduces depression, boost immune function, reduces symptoms of diarrhea

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Wound Healing

Vitamin C- Repairs cells from free radical damage, maintains healthy skin, bones, blood vessels and cartilage

 

Zinc- Cell growth, heals damaged tissue, supports healthy immune system

 

Glutathione- Tissue building and repair, immune support


Tri Amino Acids- Improves nitric oxide production, improves wound healing and recovery

Vitamins

B12- 1000 mcg daily x 7 days followed by 1000 mcg weekly for 1 month followed by 1000 mcg monthly for life.

Contraindications: cobalt allergy, Leber’s disease (hereditary eye disease)

 

B Complex- consist of thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, biotin, folate and b 12. Dose 3ml IV or 2ml IM. 

 

Biotin- Dose: 5mcg-35mcg daily.used to treat male pattern baldness, great for breastfeeding mothers, hair and nail support. 

Contraindications: if taking anticonvulsants, biotin requirements may increase. Biotin can interfere with some hormone assays. May affect thyroid function test results. 

 

Folic Acid- dose: up to 1mg daily. Indicated for elderly who live single or institutionalized, pregnant and nursing mothers, smokers, GI issues, arthritis, women on contraceptive pills.

Contraindications: none

 

Glutathione- Dose 200-600mg IV. deficiency in glutathione has been linked to neuroinflammation, infection, cancer, alzheimer disease, parkinsons, HIV, CF, diabetes and even schizophrenia and bipolar

Contraindication: chemotherapy agents

 

Magnesium- Dose: up to 4g IV (we only give 600mg). Magnesium is required for proper growth and maintenance of bones, nerves and muscles. Also helps neutralize stomach acids and moves stool through the intestine. 

Contraindication: Renal impairment, myocardial disease
 

Tri Amino Acids- Dose 1-3ml as IV infusion. Promotes production of nitric oxide (NO) which increases blood flow and reduces blood pressure. Treats ED, decreases muscle soreness, boost exercise performance

Contraindications- dont take if you are taking nitrates to treat heart disease or are taking hypertension meds or ED meds like viagra. These can cause a dangerous drop in blood pressure.

 

Vitamin C- 2000 mg max dose.  Our bodies do not make Vitamin C. However it is essential to our bones, blood vessels, wound healing and immune system. 

Contraindications: history of kidney stones, renal impairment, G6PD deficiency.

 

Zinc- Dose: 40mg/day. Great for immune support, used widely during pandemic. 

Contraindications: risk of thrombosis, renal patients have high risk of aluminum toxicity

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