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.
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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.
The power of SPARQ continues to impress all who use it.
SPARQ™ is literally five products in one!
Our BioBeets™ (5x times nitrate concentrated extract) for enhancing delivery of oxygen to the cells. PeakATP for cellular energy Creatine for cellular energy myHMB for muscle recovery RipFactor for muscle endurance, strength and mass
Anyone who is interested in cardiovascular health and endurance (especially those over 45 years old) hopefully knows and has experienced how beet nitrates optimize nitric oxide levels improving energy, stamina, cardiovascular, cognitive, sexual and even lung health. That’s why we call beet juice powder, fitness and health in a jar.
Now, more than ever before, the world has become infatuated with immunity—the body’s innate ability to protect itself against infectious disease. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the questions of “Who is most likely to get sick?” and “Why?” have been universally and almost obsessively asked. And while we know that the diagnosis of a pre-existing condition such as heart disease, diabetes, and asthma exponentially raise the risk of infection, something else has been waging a silent, unseen, and insidious war against human immunity for decades.
Get Back in the Gameis a comprehensive handbook and indispensable guide for the woman who wants to create a healthier, happier, and fitter future—from the inside out." —Dr. Sandra Kaufman, Physician, Author, and Athlete.
Jackie Cruickshank Cohen has been an avid athlete for most of her life. Like many other active women, she’s had her fair share of health and performance problems over the years. In her ongoing search for solutions, she discovered that reliable, research-based information for women was almost impossible to find. And that’s what inspired her to write her newly released book—Get Back in the Game.
We are all busy so we want to make the most of our time and effort. Those who use our PureClean Performance beet-infused products know that this is one of the simplest ways to improve endurance and performance especially for those over the age of 40 when nitric oxide levels begin to decline significantly.
Despite having a clean bill of health, many fit and active women don’t feel well. Some struggle with fatigue, depression, and anxiety; others with recurring injuries, persistent pain, unexplained weight loss, or stubborn weight gain. Because these symptoms often defy a medical diagnosis, they are frequently ignored. But their root cause—and probable cure—are usually diet and lifestyle-related. And unfortunately, because of their gender the cause of these issues are frequently overlooked or missed.
I personally enjoy short reads that pack a bunch and serve as powerful reminders of foundationally important habits and mindsets that we tend to let slide over time. This post by Chris Carmichael Founder and Head Coach at our partner CTS Trainright just does that.
In the section on removing barriers to performance, (especially for those over 40 years old),