- Helps maintain optimal levels of cellular energy.
- Reduces the physiological consequences of a deficiency of cellular energy.
- Beneficial for people with cardiac or other problems characterised by inadequate energy production.
D-ribose is a carbohydrate found in every living organism, that facilitates the production of ATP, now available to buy in supplement form. This five-carbon sugar is an essential component not only of ribonucleic acid but also of important molecules such as ATP (adenosine triphosphate) and all nucleotides.
It has a particular role to play in the regulation of energy production. Most of the body's tissues, including the heart, are unable to produce ribose quickly enough to restore energy levels once they have fallen significantly.
In studies of both healthy athletes and individuals with cardiac muscle damage, supplying D-ribose to tired muscle cells rapidly restored ATP to normal levels. By helping to quickly restore exhausted energy reserves, D-ribose may be particularly beneficial for people with cardiac or other problems characterised by inadequate energy production.
Intense exercise, muscle ischaemia or localised hypoxia can all overwhelm the renewal mechanisms of cellular energy. As a result, an imbalance occurs between energy supply and demand which leads to a cascade of reactions and a loss of cellular energy, and eventually, to a wide range of physiological problems including muscle stiffness, pain, weakness, cell damage and decreased levels of protein synthesis. You can buy D-ribose to help maintain an optimal level of cellular energy and reduce the physiological consequences of a deficiency of cellular energy.
A number of scientific studies have demonstrated that D-ribose supplementation:
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