Found in all human cells, ALA helps turn nutrients into energy. It's also the 'swiss army knife' of antioxidants.
Alpha-lipoic acid, or ALA, is an antioxidant that is made naturally in the body and is found in foods such as red meat, spinach, and carrots. It is also used to make energy by breaking down carbohydrates.
ALA’s primary role is to convert blood sugar (glucose) into energy using oxygen, a process referred to as aerobic metabolism. It is also considered an antioxidant, meaning that it can neutralize harmful compounds called free radicals that damage cells.
● Diabetes & Diabetic Neuropathy
● Nerves & Carpal Tunnel
● Cognitive Decline
ALA is administered as an IV twice a week for 10 sessions.