Nature's Life Alpha Lipoic Acid 600 mg has been discontinued by the manufacturer..

Alpha Lipoic Acid 600 mg (60 Caps)

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Alpha Lipoic Acid has antioxidant activity in both water-based and fat-based cells. Helps "recycle" vitamins C and E to increase their role as cellular protectors and may increase cellular levels of the antioxidant glutathione. Several studies suggest the value of 600 mg of Alpha Lipoic Acid in possibly providing nutritive support for healthy nerve cells.*

Alpha Lipoic Acid provides powerful antioxidant support to help protect your body against scavenging free radicals. It can help fight against the aging process and has been shown to help prevent some diseases such as cancer.

  • Supports healthy nerve function
  • Antioxidant protection
  • Maximizes the benefits of Vitamins C and E
  • Helps fight aging
  • Helps prevent disease 


Each capsule contains:

Supplement Facts
Alpha Lipoic Acid 600 mg
Other ingredients: rice bran oil, carob-coated softgel capsule, beeswax and lecithin.

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Updated May. 03, 2010, about 10 years ago

SKU: 718
UPC: 040647007185
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.

Uses & Indications.
  • Cleansing Liver
  • Enhancing Nutritional Absorption
  • Increasing Stamina
Ailments & Concerns.
  • Diabetes
  • Cancers
  • Diabetic Neuropathy Hepatitis
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