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),
L=Theanine is an amino acid found in green tea leaves, it is one of nature's most effective natural relaxants. It is the primary reason that drinking green tea with caffeine doesn't have the same effects of drinking caffeine in coffee. It synergizes with the coffee to create a much more smooth response.
For optimal health and performance benefits from the nitric oxide boosting power of UNBEETABREW™ or any of our beet powered formulas, you should aim for two servings daily for the first two to three weeks. This is because the endurance, stamina, and recovery benefits of the formulas increase over time and are much more pronounced when the products are used regularly for at least two weeks.
I am very excited to share with you a special opportunity from Ph360.me our PureClean Performance Club partner from Down Under in Australia Ph360’s cutting edge science combining anthropometry (the scientific measurement of your body), epigenetics (the influence of your environment and lifestyle), and