Organ Support

  • Fight Free Radicals
  • Normalize Estrogen Levels
  • Support Healthy Nerve Function
  • Liver Help
  • Daily Health Maintenance



Athletes know they put their body through the wringer on a daily basis. Often overlooked, however, are the essential supporting structures that are absolutely working tirelessly to support the musculoskeletal system. The digestive, nervous, endocrine and other systems are all necessary for optimal total body function. The ingredients in Armor-XT help alleviate some of the stress placed upon these sytems.

  • N-Acetyl Cysteine is the most efficient way to improve levels of our body’s best antioxidant, glutathione.
  • Milk Thistle Extract contains silymarins which support better liver function
  • Saw Palmetto may improve prostate health and quality of life
  • Indole-3-Carbinol helps optimize estrogen levels


Sure up your body’s natural defense systems with Armor XT!



N-Acetyl Cysteine

NAC is a modified amino acid that is a precursor to glutathione

  • It is superior to glutathione supplementation because glutathione is broken down during digestion, while NAC is absorbed.
  • reduces oxidative stress
  • May support liver, kidney, lung, and heart health.

Milk Thistle Extract

Milk Thistle contains a group of actives called silymarins which exhibit protective effects

  • Can enhance liver protein synthesis rates
  • May reduce oxidation within the liver

Hawthorne Berry Extract

Hawthorne berry is a traditional herbal medicine

  • May positively augment lipids metabolism
  • May increase intestinal transit time
  • May support liver health

Saw Palmetto Extract

Saw Palmetto is a tree similar to palm trees found in tropical areas.

  • May support healthy testosterone levels
  • May support prostate health

Grape Seed Extract

Grape Seed extract contains antioxidant polyphenols that can positively augment health markers

  • May support cardiovascular function
  • May have a protective effect on the testes of males

Alpha Lipoic Acid

ALA is a health fat which supports mitochondrial health.

  • improves healthy energy metabolism
  • reduces general oxidation


Indole-3-Carbinol is a potentially estrogen influencing compound found in cruciferous vegetables

  • Interacts with the estrogen receptor indirectly
  • this may augment binding of estrogen molecules



Q: What is the best way to use Armor-XT?

A: Take 1 serving with a meal daily.


Q: Can I stack Armor XT with any other supplements?

A: For best results, stack with Estro 7



N-Acetyl Cysteine

  1. Kasperczyk, S., Dobrakowski, M., Kasperczyk, A., Ostałowska, A., & Birkner, E. (2013). The administration of N-acetylcysteine reduces oxidative stress and regulates glutathione metabolism in the blood cells of workers exposed to lead. Clinical Toxicology51(6), 480-486.
  2. Scalley, R. D., & Conner, C. S. (1978). Acetaminophen poisoning: a case report of the use of acetylcysteine. American journal of hospital pharmacy35(8), 964-967.
  3. Hildebrandt, W., Alexander, S., Bärtsch, P., & Dröge, W. (2002). Effect of N-acetyl-cysteine on the hypoxic ventilatory response and erythropoietin production: linkage between plasma thiol redox state and O2 chemosensitivity. Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology99(5), 1552-1555.
  4. Tsikas, D., Niemann, J., Flentje, M., Schwarz, A., & Tossios, P. (2014). N-Acetylcysteine (NAC) inhibits renal nitrite and nitrate reabsorption in healthy subjects and in patients undergoing cardiac surgery: Risk of nitric oxide (NO) bioavailability loss by NAC?. International journal of cardiology177(1), 30-33.

Milk Thistle Extract

  1. Sonnenbichler, J. (1986). Biochemical effects of the flavonolignane silibinin on mRNA, protein, and RNA synthesis in rat livers. Plant flavonoids in biology and medicine: biochemical, pharmacological and structure-activity relationship, 319-331.
  2. Song, Z., Song, M., Lee, D. Y., Liu, Y., Deaciuc, I. V., & McClain, C. J. (2007). Silymarin prevents palmitate‐induced lipotoxicity in HepG2 cells: involvement of maintenance of Akt kinase activation. Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology101(4), 262-268.
  3. Salamone, F., Galvano, F., Cappello, F., Mangiameli, A., Barbagallo, I., & Volti, G. L. (2012). Silibinin modulates lipid homeostasis and inhibits nuclear factor kappa B activation in experimental nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. Translational Research159(6), 477-486.

Hawthorne Berry Extract

  1. Kwon, H. J., Kim, Y. Y., & Choung, S. Y. (2005). Amelioration effects of traditional Chinese medicine on alcohol-induced fatty liver. World Journal of Gastroenterology: WJG11(35), 5512.
  2. Wang, T., An, Y., Zhao, C., Han, L., Boakye-Yiadom, M., Wang, W., & Zhang, Y. (2011). Regulation effects of Crataegus pinnatifida leaf on glucose and lipids metabolism. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry59(9), 4987-4994.
  3. Wang, T., An, Y., Zhao, C., Han, L., Boakye-Yiadom, M., Wang, W., & Zhang, Y. (2011). Regulation effects of Crataegus pinnatifida leaf on glucose and lipids metabolism. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry59(9), 4987-4994.

Saw Palmetto Extract

  1. Suzuki, M., Oki, T., Sugiyama, T., Umegaki, K., Uchida, S., & Yamada, S. (2007). Muscarinic and alpha 1-adrenergic receptor binding characteristics of saw palmetto extract in rat lower urinary tract. Urology69(6), 1216-1220.
  2. De, S., Carsol, J. L., Ghazarossian, E., Raynaud, J. P., & Martin, P. M. (1995). Testosterone metabolism in primary cultures of human prostate epithelial cells and fibroblasts. The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology55(3-4), 375-383.
  3. Weisser, H., Tunn, S., Behnke, B., & Krieg, M. (1996). Effects of the Sabal serrulata extract IDS 89 and its subfractions on 5α‐reductase activity in human benign prostatic hyperplasia. The Prostate28(5), 300-306.
  4. Suter, A., Saller, R., Riedi, E., & Heinrich, M. (2013). Improving BPH symptoms and sexual dysfunctions with a saw palmetto preparation? Results from a pilot trial. Phytotherapy research27(2), 218-226.

Grape Seed Extract

  1. El‐Ashmawy, I. M., Saleh, A., & Salama, O. M. (2007). Effects of marjoram volatile oil and grape seed extract on ethanol toxicity in male rats. Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology101(5), 320-327.
  2. Clifton, P. M. (2004). Effect of grape seed extract and quercetin on cardiovascular and endothelial parameters in high-risk subjects. Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology2004(5), 272.
  3. Sivaprakasapillai, B., Edirisinghe, I., Randolph, J., Steinberg, F., & Kappagoda, T. (2009). Effect of grape seed extract on blood pressure in subjects with the metabolic syndrome. Metabolism58(12), 1743-1746.

Alpha Lipoic Acid

  1. Jariwalla, R. J., Lalezari, J., Cenko, D., Mansour, S. E., Kumar, A., Gangapurkar, B., & Nakamura, D. (2008). Restoration of blood total glutathione status and lymphocyte function following α-lipoic acid supplementation in patients with HIV infection. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine14(2), 139-146.
  2. Martins, V. D., Manfredini, V., Peralba, M. C., & Benfato, M. S. (2009). Alpha-lipoic acid modifies oxidative stress parameters in sickle cell trait subjects and sickle cell patients. Clinical nutrition28(2), 192-197.
  3. Hiltunen, J. K., Schonauer, M. S., Autio, K. J., Mittelmeier, T. M., Kastaniotis, A. J., & Dieckmann, C. L. (2009). Mitochondrial fatty acid synthesis type II: more than just fatty acids. Journal of Biological Chemistry284(14), 9011-9015.


  1. Marques, M., Laflamme, L., Benassou, I., Cissokho, C., Guillemette, B., & Gaudreau, L. (2014). Low levels of 3, 3′-diindolylmethane activate estrogen receptor α and induce proliferation of breast cancer cells in the absence of estradiol. BMC cancer14(1), 524.
  2. Sepkovic, D. W., Bradlow, H. L., Michnovicz, J., Murtezani, S., Levy, I., & Osborne, M. P. (1994). Catechol estrogen production in rat microsomes after treatment with indole-3-carbinol, ascorbigen, or β-naphthaflavone: a comparison of stable isotope dilution gas chromatography-mass spectrometry and radiometric methods. Steroids59(5), 318-323.