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Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) And It's Benefits

Adenosine Triphosphate is a high-energy molecule stored in muscle and other cells in the body. When a muscle cell needs energy to contract, ATP is broken-down to ADP to provide this energy. ATP can be thought of as the actual fuel that makes muscles move. Oxygen and glucose contribute to the formation of ATP. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is a compound that serves as the immediate source of energy for the body's cells, notably muscle cells. It increases energy and stamina, builds muscular density, increases muscular strength, buffers lactic-acid buildup (the reason for sore, achy muscles after physical activity), delays fatigue, and preserves muscle fibers.

ATP is produced naturally in the body from adenine, a nitrogen-containing compound; ribose, a type of sugar; and phosphate units, each containing one phosphorus atom and four oxygen atoms. ATP from Integrated Health is a good source of supplemental ATP.

It is noted that patients with either pulmonary hypertension or myocardial infarction should not use ATP if the disease is in its acute phase.

Benefits of adenosine triphosphate

  • Sports Medicine: (Training, physical strain, fatigue of all kinds).
  • Acrocyanosis: (Discoloration of hands and feet due to poor circulation).
  • Strengthens the body.
  • Back Pain: (Particularly mild lower back pain).
  • High in diabetes (As a coadjutant in the treatment of diabetic arteriopathies).
  • ATP may prevent weight loss.


ATP appears to be a very safe and satisfactory supplement

Whilst dosages have to be altered according to the age and condition of the patient and the desired result, it is generally considered that the following dosages are effective in 90% of cases:

By injection: 2-4 c.c. daily by deep intramuscular injection (or by intravenous injection when dissolved in a glucose serum). By sublingual absorption (under the tongue): 30mg to 90mg per day taken in three divided doses (i.e. 10-30mg three times per day). It is important to ensure that the product is absorbed through the mouth membranes and not swallowed.

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