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Adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) is a purine nucleotide found in every cell of the human body. In addition to its well established role in cellular metabolism, extra- cellular ATP and its breakdown product adenosine, exert pronounced effects in a variety of biological processes including neurotransmission, muscle
contraction, cardiac function, platelet function, vasodilatation and liver glycogen metabolism.
Although recognized as nutritional factors, the true role of nucleotides in health has not been recognized. Only by establishing the fragility of the ATP pathway under the onslaught of stress and toxins can the
health restoring properties of ATP supplementation become obvious.
Fruit acids stimulate the release of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is the major carrier of energy to all cells. Increases in ATP allow cells to accept nutrients faster and get rid of waste products faster by increasing the energy level
in the cell. All food turns into ATP before the cells utilize it. ATP provides the chemical energy that drives the chemical reaction of the cell.