ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) Production
- Beta Oxidation
- Oxidative phosphorylation
- Aerobic respiration (The Fastest way)
- Aerobic respiration uses glucose to produce ATP, oxygen must be present in this process to occur, in case of the absence of oxygen it will be converted to anaerobic respiration which only produces (2 ATP) compared to aerobic respiration which produces (34 ATP). This respiration is common in most animals, plants, birds, and humans.
What does your body use during Exercise?
- Fats, carbohydrates & proteins are sources of fuel for exercise.
- Muscles generate lactic acid, and the pH of the blood around the muscles drops. This drop in pH prevents the muscles from contracting further. So, your body needs to rest to allow the lactic acid to be metabolized.
- Adrenaline levels rise.
Effect of the dietary supplements elevATP on blood ATP level.
The B vitamins including B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, biotin, and folate – all play roles in energy production; They help convert the energy from food (calories) into ATP.
And these minerals also play a role in increasing ATP levels:
How much ATP can you take per day?
150 to 225 mg of ATP are required daily
- The number of molecules of ATP that the body uses per day can vary depending on age, sex, weight, physical activity level, and health status.
- The turnover rate of ATP is very high in the human body, ATP is rapidly consumed and regenerated within cells as part of the energy metabolism process.
- Despite the high rate of turnover,
- the human body has limited stores of ATP to maintain the energy demands of various physiological processes in the human body, including protein synthesis, muscle contraction, nerve impulse transmission, and many others.
ATP supplements benefits.
Oral ATP supplements have beneficial effects on:
- Physical performance.
- Cardiovascular health.
- Body composition.
- Recovery while attenuating muscle breakdown and fatigue.
How to increase ATP production?
Fatigue is a main problem in adults in the USA. Adults are running low on ATP. We make ATP in our mitochondria, where we burn fuel for energy, but that process grows increasing with age, insufficient ATP is a main factor in aging. It is also a major problem for athletes, especially during tournaments. So, it must be increased by :
- Fatty acids.
- Protein (lean meat & fatty fish).
- The B vitamins.
- Other minerals ( sodium, potassium, etc..)
- Adequate Sleep.
- Balanced Diet.
- Regular Exercise.
How does ATP affect muscle?
ATP plays the main role in muscle contraction. ATP first binds to myosin, moving it to a high-energy state. The ATP is hydrolyzed into (ADP) and inorganic phosphate (Pi) by the enzyme ATPase. The energy released during ATP hydrolysis changes the angle of the myosin head into a “cocked” position, ready to bind to actin if the sites are available. ADP and Pi remain attached; myosin is in its high-energy configuration.
How do you get the best ATP supplements?
ATP Enhance Workout® is designed to meet the demanding needs during and after exercise.
- Enhances exercise performance & reduces muscle fatigue.
- Supports muscle power, strength & growth with peak ATP.
- Supports ATP biosynthesis and muscular excitability.
- Alternative to Ordinary Caffeine.
- Supports electrolyte replacement.
- Antioxidant support with L-Glutathione and Vitamin C.