How does ATP ( Adenosine Tri Phosphate I think ) work ??
daka at mango.aloha.com
Wed Jul 12 14:02:06 EST 1995
In article <3u0cih$kgv at budapest.ozonline.com.au>,
Paul <paulcord at pop.ozonline.com.au> wrote:
>I have for the past few years experiences extreme fatigue, memory loss,
>poor concentration. I am only 24 and up until now I could not improve the
>condition, despite visiting several doctors and specialists.
>I stubled accross Adenosine in a suppliment form and it was recommened I
>take two a day. In a day or so I was a new person. I have signficantly
>more energy, my concentration has improved as well as my memory.
>My question is, why would these symptoms be helped with Adenosine? Prior
>to me taking this suppliment, I found that taking preperations such as
>Ginko, Co Enzime Q10 would actually make me works, ie put me to sleep. I
>beleive that these either stimulate ATP usage or help create it, I'm not
>Can anyone suggest why??
It may be that your body has some deficiency in adenosine (due to some
genetic factor?), the precursor to adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP). This
would explain the effectiveness of taking adenisine orally (giving your
body a source of the precursor) and the uneefectiveness of the other
tried treatments (you cant accelerate ATP synthesis if there is no
Just my 2 cents
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