Everybody can relate to feeling sluggish and dragging through the day, just waiting for it to end. Coffee, energy drinks, and stimulant-filled dietary supplements have become a regular part of the contemporary diet. But these supplements offer a broad spectrum of harmful side effects along with the quick jolt of unnatural, and unsustainable, energy. dōTERRA Mito2Max is a proprietary formula of standardized plant extracts and metabolic cofactors that support healthy cellular energy production to help you feel energized all day, without the side effects.* Use Mito2Max as a healthy long-term alternative for increased energy and vitality.*
A popular dōTERRA supplement, Mito2Max is a novel approach to natural, lasting energy. It enhances energy by going straight to the source: our cells.* Inside our cells reside mitochondria, the organelle responsible for the biomechanical processes of respiration and energy production. As we age, our body’s mitochondrial function becomes less efficient, making it progressively difficult to maintain our energy levels to take part in the activities we enjoy. Mito2Max supports healthy mitochondrial function, which results in improved energy levels, stamina, and aerobic capacity.*
The energy and stamina complex includes a proprietary combination of standardized plant extracts and metabolic cofactors that work with your body to support healthy cellular energy production.* Mito2Max contains no caffeine or other harmful stimulants, yet enhances physical and mental stamina through high levels of Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Cordyceps, American Ginseng Root Extract, Ginkgo Leaf Extract, Ashwagandha Root Extract, Alpha-Lipoic Acid, Coenzyme Q10, and Quercetin Dihydrate.* These ingredients work synergistically to provide physical and mental energy.*
Unlike other energy supplements, Mito2Max does not contain ingredients made from animal products, milk, or wheat products. It is made from sodium lauryl sulfate-free vegetable capsules for easy digestibility and high bioavailability.*
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