The following is an excerpt from the SUPPLEMENT Industry Executive Maganzine. by Chris O'Brien

Coenzyme A, manufactured by Coenzyme A Technologies, is a metabolic enzyme responsible for firing the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle to produce cellular energy. According to Skouras, once coenzyme A is formed in the tissue, it functions in more than 100 chemical processes including: producing energy at a cellular level; synthesizing sex and adrenal hormones; metabolizing lipids; detoxifying the blood in the liver; and strengthening RNA/DNA. "Stress will take away the body's energy," said Skouras. life sustaining system is this metabolic energy source. When a cell loses its energy source it dies. When hundreds of thousands of cells die that's called disease." This process in itself attacks immune response.

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