Succinic acid is most important for the functioning of the brain and heart - they require the greatest amount of energy and oxygen. Succinic acid is an organic acid that is produced in all cells of the body. It is utilized with the formation of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) - a universal source of energy for all types of synthesis.
Succinic acid is involved in the assimilation of oxygen by cells and providing cellular respiration, transport of trace elements, protein synthesis, and the production of new cells of the nervous and immune systems. It is actively used in asthenic conditions, including in the elderly, it helps normalize the lipid profile of the blood (lowering cholesterol), protect the liver from overload when utilizing various toxic substances from food, and also when taking alcohol.
Succinic acid acts on organs exposed to free radicals and toxins (for example, as a result of excessive amounts of alcohol, certain drugs). Moreover, the amount of energy generated during the oxidation of succinic acid is higher than during the oxidation of any other substrate.
“Amber acid Forte VITAMIR®” is a dietary supplement for food, recommended as a source of succinic acid.
Directions for use: Adults take 1 tablet 1 time per day with meals. Duration of admission is 1 month.
The main cause of disturbances in the functioning of various body systems is the excessive accumulation of "harmful" free radicals in the body. The main resource of the body's natural protective antioxidant system is succinic acid, which protects the cell membranes from developed oxidative stress, not allowing their structure and functions to be disturbed. It is present in every cell of our tissues, is produced in the mitochondria, and contributes to energy production. A normal amount of succinic acid produced is enough for a healthy body. However, intense physical activity, smoking, excessive drinking of alcohol, taking certain medications, stress, poor nutrition, exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun increase its consumption and deplete the body’s reserves, which can lead to the development of a number of diseases and premature aging.