Corvalen is the all-natural (GRAS affirmed) ingredient (D-Ribose) clinically proven to help replenish core energy and restore quality of life. Corvalen also supports cardiac function and reduces muscle stiffness and soreness
CorvalenM has added Magnesium and malate (specially formulated to ease symptoms of severe fatigue).
Both products contain 5g D-Ribose per serving.
Corvalen is pure D-Ribose – the critical building block for energy.
Corvalen® is the all-natural ingredient D – Ribose, clinically proven to help replenish core energy and restore quality of life. The heart, muscles and other cells in the body require substantial amounts of energy and Corvalen® helps keep them fully charged. Taking Corvalen® every day is an essential first step because it accelerates the natural way the human body produces energy. With Corvalen®, the body quickly restores energy, improves cardiac function and reduces muscle stiffness, soreness, and fatigue.
Why does the body require D – Ribose?
D – Ribose helps the body to produce energy and is the key to rebuilding energy more quickly.
Corvalen® is specifically formulated for physicians to prescribe to their patients. The role of Corvalen® in regulating energy synthesis gives it a special significance unlike any other carbohydrate. The D-Ribose in Corvalen®, is a five – carbon monosaccharide that is a critical building block for the cellular synthesis of ATP (adenosine triphosphate). It’s essential for genetic materials DNA and RNA, a number of vitamins and cofactors, and second messenger signaling cell compounds.
While every cell in the body has the ability to make D – Ribose naturally, the metabolic pathway to make D – Ribose is slow and rate limited. In times of metabolic stress the body is unable to produce D – Ribose. This limits ATP synthesis, restricts the formation of important cellular compounds, and delays tissue recovery.
D – Ribose works directly to restore and sustain healthy energy pools which are critical to cellular function. No other compound regulates the energy synthetic pathways necessary to perform this important, and vital, metabolic function.