The ingredients in LIFT are said to help reduce anxiety, depression and stress, and increase well-being, happiness and cognitive performance. You can read more about the ingredients below.
5-HTP, also known as oxitriptan (INN) is extracted from the seeds of a woody climbing shrub native to West Africa, called the Griffonia simplicifolia plant (pictured). Studies shows that 5-HTP increases the amount of serotonin in the body, aids in the production of melatonin, and enables relaxation.
L-tryptophan is an amino acid - a protein building block that can be found in many plant and animal proteins. Studies shows its application in the treatment of depression, anxiety, chronic pains, and to improve athletic performance. L-tryptophan has also been used as a sedative and a natural antidepressant. Pumpkin seeds (pictured) are one of the richer sources of L-tryptophan.
Tyrosine is one of the amino acids - the building blocks of protein. It's often found in meats, fish, soybeans, eggs (pictured), nuts, beans, oats, and wheat. Studies suggest it could be used to treat depression and chronic fatigue, improve alertness, act as an appetite suppressant, and improves general athletic performance.
Magnesium (as Glycinate)
Studies suggests that Magnesium is an essential dietary mineral, and the second most prevalent electrolyte in the human body. Magnesium plays a pivotal role in energy production and recovery, suggesting that even small shortfalls in magnesium can seriously impair performance. Spinach (pictured) is amongst the richest natural sources of magnesium.
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine)
Research has shown that adequate intake of vitamins B6 is essential to ensure optimum energy production, increased physical performance and the building and repair of muscle tissue. Vitamin B6 is naturally prevalent in sunflower seeds (pictured).
Vitamin B12 (as Cobalamin)
Vitamin B12 is a vitamin that�s often found in food rich in protein such as meat, fish and tofu (pictured). Research suggests that it helps in boosting mood, energy, concentration and the immune system. It also suggest Vitamin B12 aids in the efficient management of energy and keeping our cardiovascular system healthy.
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 E (as d-alpha-tocopherol)
Vitamin E is a family of fat-soluble compounds, found naturally in a wide variety of foods including nuts such as almonds (pictured), peanuts and vegetable oils. Various academic studies and research have shown that Vitamin E is vital to our immune system. Vitamin E also functions mainly as a fat-soluble antioxidant, and is said to improve physical performance at a high altitude.