C.H.A.M.P. Pack - Swinney Nutrition

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Champ Pack is has been formulated by one of the premier officials in the nutrition and supplement industry. Champ Pack has the necessary vitamins and minerals for optimal functioning on a day to day basis, and even a few extra goodies to improve your health just that much more. Champ Pack has ingredients to support and optimize all biological processes, thus effectively nourishing the body. 

Suggested use:

Take one packet daily, preferably with a meal or as directed by a healthcare professional.



Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under 18 and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. This product is manufactured and packaged in a facility which may also process milk, soy, wheat, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and crustacean shellfish.



Vitamin A

Class: Vitamin
What: Vitamin A, as a group, includes retinol, retinal, and retinoic acid. It contributes significantly to eye sight, gene transcription, and skin health.
How: Vitamin A propels the reformation of rhodopsin, and contributes to the ability to see at night. This makes sense, given that Vitamin A, converts to 11-cis-retinal, which is bound to a protein, opsin, in order to form rhodopsin (in rods), and iodopsin (cones). This allows color, and contrast to be present in our vision. In gene transcription vitamin A, as retinoic acid, is converted into retinol, which is taken up by a cell, oxidized into retinal (by relevant enzymes).

Vitamin C

Class: Vitamin


Class: Vitamin
What: vitamins responsible for energy, acting as precursors to important chemicals in the body. Below each B-vitamin is mentioned with synonyms and further details such as how. B-1 Class: Vitamin Synonyms: Thiamine
How: Vitamin B-1 facilitates in turning carbohydrates into energy. IT is a precursor to an enzyme (TPP), which facilitates metabolism.
Additional notes: It is a water soluble vitamin. The body will use what it needs, and will pass the rest through urine.


Class: Vitamin
Synonyms: B-2
How: Vitamin B-2 has a major role in energy production (through electron transport chain and citric acidy cycles). B-2 also is involved in the catabolism (breakdown) of fatty acids.
Additional notes: It is a water soluble vitamin. The body will use what it needs, and will pass the rest through urine.


Class: Vitamin
Synonyms: Vitamin B-3
How: Niacin is a precursor to two different enzymes of niacin: NAD (nicotinamide), and NADP (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate). Both of these greatly facilitate deriving energy from the metabolism of glucose, fat and alcohol.
Recommended dose: *
Additional notes: It is a water soluble vitamin. The body will use what it needs, and will pass the rest through urine.

Pantothenic Acid

Class: Vitamin
Synonyms: B-5
How: Vitamin B-5 is a precursor to Coenzyme A which, in turn is involved in the synthesis/production of amino acids, fatty acids, ketone bodies ,cholesterol steroid hormones, and neurotransmitters (specifically acetylcholine).
Additional notes: It is a water soluble vitamin. The body will use what it needs, and will pass the rest through urine.


Class: Vitamin
Synonyms: Vitamin B-6
How: Stored in the body as pyridoxal 5’-phosphate (PLP). B-5 is involved in the metabolism of amino acids and lipids (fats), hemoglobin and in the synthesis of neurotransmitters (specifically nor-epinephrine, epinephrine and dopamine). B-5 also is necessary to gluconeogenesis.
Recommended dose: *
Additional notes: It is a water soluble vitamin. The body will use what it needs, and will pass the rest through urine.


Class: Vitamin
Synonyms: B-7
How: plays a large role in metabolizing lipids, proteins and carbohydrates.
Recommended dose: *
Additional notes: It is a water soluble vitamin. The body will use what it needs, and will pass the rest through urine. Also useful in growing hair.

Folic Acid

Class: Vitamin
Synonyms: B-9
How: Is needed for normal cell division, especially during times of rapid growth. Folic acid also aids in production of red blood cells (erythropoiesis)
Recommended dose: *
Additional notes: It is a water soluble vitamin. The body will use what it needs, and will pass the rest through urine.



Class: Vitamin Synonyms: Cobalmin How: Is involved in the metabolism of lipids, proteins and carbohydrates. B-12 is essential in the production of blood cells in bone marrow, and nerve sheaths (myelin). Recommended dose: * Additional notes: It is a water soluble vitamin. The body will use what it needs, and will pass the rest through urine.

Calcium (as Calcium Carbonate)

Class: Mineral
What: Calcium is an important mineral, which is important for life.
How: 99% of calcium is stored in the bones and teeth, as it is responsible for their strength. The rest of the calcium in the body works in neurotransmitter release and muscle contraction, through the calcium channels at the neuron.


Class: Vitamin
What: Iodine is an essential trace element. It is also the heaviest element commonly needed by living organisms, for metabolism.
How: Iodine is a constituent of the thyroid hormone thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). These are made from addition of products of amino acid tyrosine, and are stored prior to release in an iodine-containing protein called thyroglobin. T3, and T4 contain four and three atoms, respectively. The thryroid gland actively absorbs iodine from the blood in order to synthesize and release these hormones into the blood.


Class: Mineral
What: Magnesium is an essential mineral, and is the second most prevalent electrolyte in the human body.
How: Magnesium is primarily used as an electrolyte and mineral cofactor (helper) for enzymes. As an electrolyte facilitates maintenance of fluid balance, and as a cofactor, it has a purpose in over 300 enzyme systems. One of these crucial systems, in which magnesium has a role, is in the formation of ATP. Magnesium’s role in ATP, involves the activation of creatine kinase, as well as many of the enzymes involved in glycolysis (conversion of glucose into pyruvate). Simply put, magnesium contributes to energy, bone health, the immune system, and mental functioning (through magnesium ion channels at neuron sites). In fact, magnesium can actually help after neural injury and in learning, due to reducing the effects of excessive NDMA. Magnesium also has a role in sleep, due to sedative-like actions. Magnesium can also improve scores on assessments for depression and anxiety.


Class: Mineral
What: Chromium is a mineral which has a role in improving insulin sensitivity.
How: Chromium mainly operates through a protein, chromomodulin, which increases the signaling of insulin receptors. Through this mechanism the insulin system is made to be more efficient. It is believed that this is even what has influence over an increase in nor-epinephrine due to consumption of chromium.


Class: Mineral
What: Molybdenum is a trace mineral, which serves as a component of many enzymes.
How: Molybdenum is a component of xanthine oxidase (XO), xanthine dehydrogenase (XDH), sulfite oxidase (SOX) and aldehyde oxidase (AO), and is crucial to the breakdown of sulfure-containing amino acids, xanthines (such as caffeine), purines, and pyrimidines. This is necessary to many biological processes. Impaired SOX activity can cause neurological issues, due to a change in sulfate/sulfite effects in the body.


Class: Mineral, and Electrolyte
What: Potassium is an essential mineral and electrolyte, and has many crucial roles in the body.
How: Potassium plays a significant role in electrolyte regulation, nerve function, muscle control, and blood pressure. One mode of action is through the regulation of water and mineral balance throughout the body. Another mode of action is through the potassium channels in many different cell types, which can control a wide variety of cell functions. Generally speaking, potassium channels set or reset the resting potential in many cells. In neurons (and other similar excitable cells), the delay in counterflow of potassium ions is what shapes the action potential (which is a short-lasting event where electrical membrane potential (where the voltage is differing between each side of the membrane) of a cell rapidly rises and falls, along a consistent curve or trajectory).


Class: Vitamin
What: Chloride is an essential mineral , occurring in body fluids.
How: Chloride is the most commonly occurring negatively charged ion in the blood, where it represents 70% of the body’s total negatively charged ion status. In the body chloride functions as an electrolyte, combines with hydrogen in the stomach to make hydrochloric acid (HCl), absorption of other metallic minerals, and activation of an factor in order to make vitamin B12. As sodium and potassium, work in the nervous system, as does chloride. Here, chloride plays an important role, where it facilitates the transport of electrical impulses throughout the body.


Class: Vitamin
What: Lecithin is a generic term used to denote any group of yellow-brown fatty substance found in animal and plant tissue.
How: Lecithin contains phosphoric acid, choline, fatty acids, glycerol, glycolipids, triglycerides, and phospholipids. Due to containing phosphatidylcholine, letichin is a significant source of the essential nutrient known as choline. This will facilitate formation of acetylcholine, which is responsible for muscle contraction, concentration and attention. The choline, also has shown promise in benefiting acne, improving liver function, and in lowering cholesterol.

Choline Bitartrate

Class: Vitamin
What: Choline bitartrate helps with the production of acetylcholine.
How: Choline bitartrate is simply choline with a chemical salt, bitartate, attached. This facilates absorption. Choline bitartrate aids in the synthesis and storage of acetylcholine. With more acetylcholine available in the neurons, this means that the cholingeric system is better activated. This facilitates mental functioning through better concentration, learning abilities and improved memory.


Class: Vitamin, Carbohydrate
What: Inositol is a carbohydrate , which is heavily involved in forming the structural basis for many secondary messengers in cells.
How: Inositol can be converted into myo-inositol, which has a pivitol role in the formation of the structural basis for many secondary messengers in our cells. In fact, these secondary messengers are involved in many processes, such as: insulin signal transduction, cytoskeleton assembly, nerve guidance, intracellular calcium, cell membrane potential maintenance, breakdown of fats, and gene expression.

Para-Aminobenzoic Acid

Class: Vitamin
What: Para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA) is often used as a nutritional supplement in humans for the fatigue, irritability, depression, and many skin issues.
How: PABA acts as an essential nutrient for microorganisms and animals. PABA acts as intermediate in the synthesis of folic acid, and is commonly found in the following: brewer’s yeast, liver, wheat germ, whole grains, and eggs. It is also synthesized by the bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract.


Class: Vitamin
What: Bromelain is a mixture of enzymes found in pineapples, which digest protein, and are used to treat indigestion and inflammation.
How: Bromelain has been demonstrated to reduce muscle damage associated with exercise and preserve power output over time. Bromelain also reduces platelet aggregation, and the binding of them to the endothelium, by way of the enzymatic components, meaning a reduction of thrombus (blood clot) formation. Bromelain has been known to improve digestion and reduce inflammation through the enzymes present in bromelain. Bromelain may also burn fat.

Citrus Bioflavonoids (50% Complex)

Class: Antioxidant, Flavonoid
What: Citrus bioflavonoids are powerful polyphenol base compouds found in lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit, and tangerines.
How: Bioflavonoids serve to protect cells from free radicals through antioxidant action. This prevents damage to DNA, the life cycle and functioning of cells and systems in the body. This allows for improvements to the immune system as well as the cardiovascular system.


Class: Vitamin
What: Rutin is a citrus flavonoid glycoside found in many plants.
How: Rutin is a glycoside of the flavonoid quercetin. It has an effect on blood vessel protection and ingredients of numerous multivitamin preparations. Rutin inhibits platelet aggregation, which improves circulation by preventing the formation of thrombi (blood clots). Rutin has anti-inflammatory effects, antioxidant effects, and may increase thyroid iodide uptake.


Class: Anti-catabolic
Synonyms: Hesperetin 7-O-rutinoside, 5,7,3’-trihydroxy-4’-methoxyfavanone, hesperitin glycoside, glucosyl hesperidin, Vitamin P.
What: Hesperidin is a bioflavonoid, which acts as an anticatabolic substance, and increases blood flow.
How: Large doses decreased bone density loss, demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects and has promoted heart health. It has been suggested that hesperidin has a slight sedative effect, and likely reduces cortisol. It also promotes blood flow.

Acerola Powder

Class: Vitamin
What: Acerola is a shrub that is also known as the Barbados cherry.
How: Acerola is very high in vitamin C. It is through the high vitamin c content that acerola exerts a strong antioxidant effect.

Quercetin Dihydrate

Class: Vitamin
What: Quercetin dehydrate is a form of quercetin, a bioflavonoid, with a dehydrate group attached in order to greatly increase bioavailability.
How: Quercetin dehydrate is a highly bioavailable form of quercetin. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid found in fruits and vegetable. Like many other vbioflavonoids, quercetin has antioxidant effects as well as preventing the formation of plaque in arteries, reduction of inflammation and having anti-carcinogenic properties. Quercetin is also neuroactive, with similar effects to a less potent version of caffeine. Quercetin works synergistically with other bioflavonoids, such as resveratrol, soy isoflavones, or green tea catechins.

L-Glutamic Acid (as hydrochloride)

Class: Amino Acid
What: L-glutamic acid is one of the main proteinogenic aminoacids.
How: Glutamic acid serves as a precursor to glutamate, which is an excitatory neurotransmitter, which plays an important role in neural actyivation.


Class: Mineral
What: Boron is a mineral found in food.
How: Boron is often used for building strong bones, treating osteoarthritis, and increasing testosterone levels, as well as muscle size, and clarity of thought. Boron appears to influence the way that the body handles other minerals, favorably.

Bentonite Clay

Class: Vitamin
What: Bentonite is an obsorbent aluminum phyllosilicate filled clay which is composed of volcanic ash.
How: Bentonite has been used as a means of protecting the body through detoxifying it. That is to say that bentonite may facilitate gastric emptying, boosts the effects of probiotics, improves digestion, boosts immunity, improves the health of teeth and gums.

Rose Hips

Class: Vitamin Containing Botanical
What: A rose hip is the fruit of a rose plant.
How: Rose hips contain vitamin c, carotenoids, lutein, zeaxanthin and lycopene. These are all necessary nutrients for antioxidant effects, eye sight, and inflammation. Meta-analysis of human studies even demonstrated a small effect on reduction of arthritis pain.