This is one of the most overpriced supplements around. Not knocking Mark Sisson; I love his articles and his enthusiasm. But look at the nutrition facts label, and see what you're getting for $129/month:
-Vitamin megadoses (not necessary, especially with a healthy diet--research on adverse effects of mega-doses comes out every once in a while, even for water soluble vitamins)
-Antioxidant phytochemicals (lycopene, resveratrol, etc show up in CVS multivitamins too!)
-A mix of random stuff that has scanty evidence for certain markers of chronic conditions
-A small number of adaptogens that purport to help stress levels
There's a few ways to help energy levels and kick start weight loss. In my opinion, the best way is to see what you can do with a fairly strict paleo diet for a few months, then if you feel like you should explore supplements, spend away! If you want stress-releiving supplements, they abound even on Amazon, and for cheap on sites such as 1fast400.com. Search for ingredients such as vinpocetine, ashwaganda, etc. But this stuff is probably way overhyped. I tried a few of them, and a couple made me tired, plus one might have destressed me a little, or it could have just be placebo! Not to mention that you don't want to take all these pills all the time, swallowing big ol' capsules is hard, and not a great/natural thing for your daily routine.
If you track your food intake for a few days, you can see what vitamins/minerals you're missing. Then, you can shore that up with food, and if necessary supplements. Probable culprits include magnesium and iodine.