Since 2012, the first supplements designed to reactivate the human body's metabolic reactions
Meetab is a complete range of supplements with a unique formulation that provides the body with the missing substances to reactivate blocked metabolic processes and help the body repair itself and regain ideal well-being.
Metabolomics is the science that studies the elements produced by biochemical reactions in our body: the metabolites
To identify the metabolic blockages in cells
Enzymes are microscopic "machines" that make high-speed chemical reactions possible. An enzyme brings together, or separates, two or more substances.
In most cases, in order to be activated, an enzyme requires one or more factors called: “cofactors”.
These can be vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.
Today we know that the lack of these essential nutrients is the main cause of many chronic diseases and is one of the principles on which Metabolomics is based.
Vitamins, minerals and amino acids are able to reactivate biochemical chains by aiding body repair
Thanks to 25 years of clinical research and 15,000 clinical analyses, we are able to precisely define the nutrient needs of a patient's metabolism.
Meetab is the first line of supplements designed to reactivate entire metabolic pathways through supplementation of missing micronutrients.
Through this approach, the basis of any chronic disease can be sought and biochemical balance can be restored.
A practical application protocol helps you recommend the correct supplements and dosage.
Thanks to 15,000 clinical analyses, missing nutrient chains have emerged in relation to blocked biochemical processes
Meetab supplements are formulated from this research and are designed to reactivate any metabolic reaction in our body.
Through the application of a protocol the Meetab range is designed to reactivate more than 18,000 metabolic reactions in the human body.
Beyond diagnosis a practical application through supplementation
The research and formulation of Meetab supplements is conducted with the help of Dr. Dimitris Tsoukalas.
Thanks to the 15,000 clinical analyses, missing nutrient chains have emerged in relation to blocked biochemical processes.
Meetab supplements are formulated from this research and are designed to reactivate any metabolic reaction in the body.
Our body is a perfect machine capable of self-repair.
In order to repair itself, the body must have all the necessary nutrients.
Designed to reactivate metabolic pathways and restore biochemical reactions in cells
The discovery of the synergy with the University of Brescia.
Maximum absorption for cells.
A scientific publication from the University of Pharmacology in Brescia reports the results of an experiment conducted in the laboratory to analyze the effectiveness of component synergy in supplements.
Both normal cells and cells fed with antioxidant nutrients were subjected to ischemia.
A first major result was that the cells nourished with antioxidants had a 50% lower mortality rate than the other untreated group.
The most surprising result was that, it took 200 to 50,000 times lower quantity of Meetab supplements than using single components to achieve the same result.
This clearly demonstrates the critical role that component synergy plays in supplement efficacy, one of the guiding points in Meetab formulation.
Formulated on metabolic reactions and manufactured in accordance with strict manufacturing practices
Meetab is a complete range of supplements with a unique formulation based on more than 15,000 clinical analyses.
The use of cofactors and the purity of raw materials make the supplements 200 times more effective than a regular supplement.
All Meetab supplements are registered with the Italian Ministry of Health
- University of Brescia: Neuroprotective activity of the epigenetic complex My Antioxidant-My Health (4:1) in a cellular model of cerebral ischemia
- University of Crete: Association of nutraceutical supplements with longer telomere length
- EINUMM: European INstitUte of Molecular Medicine
- Customized supplements: Chronic Inflammation in the Context of Everyday Life: Dietary Changes as Mitigating Factors (MDPI)
- Nutrients 2019, 11(2), 345; https://doi.org/10.3390/nu11020345