The human body was designed to thrive on natural nutrients, not synthetic chemicals. That's why our products are made of 100% natural, non-GMO ingredients. We also strive to use whole foods to increases product purity and potency, ensuring your body gets exactly what it needs for optimum performance and health.
Proven and Potent
We believe in the importance of high-quality ingredients, and one of our favorites is beets. This super food offers the ultimate all-natural sports performance boost thanks to it's super power of nitric oxide support. Nitric oxide is the "miracle molecule" that improves your body's oxygen delivery system for your best training, racing, and recovery results.
Grounded in Science
Our products were formulated by Dr. Rick Cohen, M.D., to help athletes like you achieve your best results while also improving your overall health. Whether you're focused on strength and recovery, interested in more energy and stamina, or hoping to boost your immunity and longevity, PureClean Performance has the right product for you.
I typically finish dinner around 8 PM and then between 1100 and 1230 AM make one of two blender drinks. In fact, both my wife and son do the same every day.
Here are 6 reasons.
It is super nutritious packed with amino acids, healthy fats and collagen. It boosts nitric oxide with our proven beet nitrates plus clinically studied berry polyphenols and botanicals. . It is filling due to the high protein and healthy fats and very little carbohydrates. It tastes good. Super smooth and not sweet at all. It is super easy to make. It literally takes 3 minutes. It is easy to digest. Dairy-free. Lectin-free.
Create a life-time strategy for achieving your performance, recovery and health goals with CTS Train Right coaching master support and PureClean Performance physician-formulated products.
Due to the great feedback from our fall UNBEETABREWTM Challenge, PureClean Performance (in conjunction with CTS) is holding another online contest with a 6-month CTS Select Coaching package ($1475 value) as the grand prize.
It’s inevitable. The human body changes with the passage of time. Around the age of 40, even the fittest and fastest of athletes can begin to struggle with muscle loss and fat gain—body composition concerns that are inextricably linked to the metabolic slowdown both men and women face as they enter middle age.