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.
Ten years ago, I ate a high protein diet. I regularly ate and recommended a gram of protein per pound of bodyweight. That meant I was putting down 160, 170 grams of protein a day myself.
Later, I moderated my protein intake and focused more on my fat intake, thinking that I’d be better off in the long term eating less protein and using my muscle mass, physical and mental performance, and overall vitality as a “signal” for when protein was too low.
“I’ve always been a runner. But I never did the further distances till after I had kids. Pre kids I would do 3 miles here and there. After kids I would do 5 and started pushing them in the stroller on the paved trail in a town nearby. (all three in a tandem jogging stroller). Next thing after some personal issues, I realized I was going to be 30 and I’ve never done a marathon (it was on my bucket list).
During my training I worked hard on myself and with the love and support of my parents, my siblings and my kids. I’ve run three live marathons, two virtual marathons, and a handful of halves and lots of local races. I love hitting the next PR. It feels amazing knowing all that hard work went into finishing this mind game of a race. Hitting mile 24 is where I always cry. I am just so happy that I was able to train and do the race!