performance enhancementAre you an athlete looking to enhance your athletic performance?   Our athletes have seen great results with our proprietary prescription workout supplement which has proven to be far more effective than anything available over the counter.

At The Q Institute, we utilize a unique proprietary formula containing a well known potent prescription vasodilator. Our gummies boost nitric oxide levels well beyond any readily available options.  Studies indicate this ingredient also boosts testosterone during workouts, increases lactic acid threshold, increases VO2 max and maximum power output. Consult with The Q Institute today to see what you can do to up your game.  Click Here


We’ll start with a full blood panel, allowing us to see where you currently are so we can build a program that is designed to help you personally.

    Blood Count – Metabolic Profile – Lipid Profile – C-Reactive Protein – IGF-1 (GH indicator) – Prolactin – TSH, Free T3, Free T4 – DHEA, Cortisol
    Free/ Total Testosterone, Estradiol, Progesterone, LH, FSH – Sex Hormone Binding Globulin – Dihydrotestosterone – Vitamin B12 – Vitamin D –
    Vitamin E

Based on your blood panel results, we may prescribe a variety of essential supplements you need in your diet for optimal performance and wellness.

Vitamin B12– Optimal Vitamin B12 levels are essential to the maintenance of  healthy nervous and circulatory systems each of which are integral in maximizing athletic performance.

Vitamin D– Optimal Vitamin D levels are critical in the maintenance of bone and muscle health and as a result a direct effect on athletic performance. Other key variables affected by Vitamin D are Testosterone levels and VO2 Max.

Vitamin E– A powerful antioxidant, vitamin E is also known to have benefits on the immune system and red blood cell production.

IGF-1– A measure of Growth Hormone activity, IGF-1 levels are typically associated with body recomposition and the  development of lean muscle mass. It has also been found to help reduce exercise recovery times and maintain healthy skin and hair.

Prolactin– Another pituitary hormone that may be the best indicator of pituitary health. This value may be affected when other hormone boosters or analogues are being used.

Thyroid Hormones– Key hormones in the regulation of basal metabolic rate. The body’s thermostat.

DHEA (Dihydroepiandrosterone)– This hormone made in the kidney is an androgen precursor to testosterone. An integral component in athletic performance

Cortisol– Also made in the kidney, this “stress” hormone is a key modulator in your body’s stress response including exercise.

Testosterone Free and Total– Made in the testes in men and in various organs including kidneys and skin, testosterone is the main anabolic hormone. Critical in the development of muscle mass, optimal testosterone levels are now known to have a multitude of effects on the body including mood, sexual desire, concentration etc.

Estradiol, LH, FSH– All related to testosterone production and metabolism, the knowledge of these hormone levels is critical in performance optimization.

SHBG(Sex Hormone Binding Globulin)– A testosterone and estrogen carrier protein whose levels critically impact Free Testosterone(bioavailable Testosterone) levels. Certain minerals and Vitamin D can affect SHBG levels.

DHT (Dihydrotestosterone)– A metabolite of testosterone which value is important when optimizing testosterone levels.

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To speak with one of our professionals, please fill our contact form out below or call 1-844-244-4900.

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