The ingredients in BODY have been shown to increase testosterone, fertility and blood flow and are said to help with damage and healing. You can read more about the ingredients below.
Fenugreek is an herbal seed similar to clover that is native to the Mediterranean region, southern Europe, and western Asia. Research suggests that Fenugreek seeds (pictured) are a rich source of minerals, vitamins, and have been used to treat obesity. Some research suggests fenugreek increases resistance levels and the energy levels available in the body by lowering inflammation levels.
Zinc Picolinate is an essential mineral required by the body on a daily basis, commonly found oysters, oats, kidney beans (pictured), pumpkin seeds, eggs, nuts, meat and peas. Studies show Zinc may boost immune system functions, improve strength and increase lean muscle mass. It also serves as a powerful antioxidant, and could improves insulin sensitivity.
L-arginine is a variant of amino acid. Studies have shown that L-arginine stimulates vasodilation and boosts the delivery of nutrients to muscles while buffering away waste products. It's said to improve physical performance through the efficient flow of blood to working muscles during exercise. L-arginine is prevalent in animal and plant based protein rich foods such as meat, fish, eggs and found in relatively high concentrations within sesame seeds (pictures).
D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) is a form of amino acid naturally produced by our bodies. It is produced in trace quantities by our pituitary and pineal glands. Studies suggests that DAA increases absorption of the minerals that they are combined with, boosts natural testosterone production, which in turn could enhance athletic performance. Asparagus (pictured) is a food rich in D-Aspartic Acid.
Vitamin D3 refers to a group of fat-soluble vitamins often derived from fatty/oily fish, exposure to sunlight and vegetarian sources such as mushrooms (pictured). Studies suggest that Vitamin D3 is needed for the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from our digestion system, normal mineralization of bone, maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system and increasing brain function.
Vitamin B3, also called niacin releases growth hormones. Research indicates that vitamin B3 is essential for high performance and intensive training. Nuts such as peanuts (pictured), almonds and seeds are naturally rich in vitamin B3.