I like this drink. Drinking it feels healthy and vitalizing.
Ordered many times. It always arrives as a fine powder that mixes very easily. After each use, I close it tightly and it remains a fine powder.
I also like the Pure Chocoberry Blast, and the Beetums.
Wondeful, mean a lot, thanks, this is why we do what we do.
I've been buying PureClean beet powder for a while now based on Consumer Lab's evaluation/recommendation. It's effective for the reason I buy it, and it mixes easily. Though powder had escaped from the last jar I received, the company replaced it, so I will continue to order from them. I see from other reviews that this is an occasional problem for them, so I hope they're able to fix it.
I've tried a few Beet Root Juice powders and this is one of the better ones that doesn't have fillers, or insignificant amounts of other ingredients to try to look better. Just pure beet juice that's proven to be good for circulation. Being someone that struggles with muscle cramps due to circulatory issues it's something I choose to take often.
I can't tell you weather it's the beets or the placebo effect, but I'm happy with anything that gives me a boost through either mechanism.
Since I started using this on my hard interval days, I've nailed the efforts my coach prescribes with slightly less sense of perceived effort. My guess as to the beets effects has little more value than an antidote but place me on the "I'm going to keep using this" side of the scale. Too many variables for me to confidently recommend this but a few observations may help.
1. The taste is "beety" but I like beets. I mix only enough water to dissolve the powder-a few ounces-and swish it around my mouth for 30 seconds. I find I have to do that about 3 times per mix. Watch a clock so you don't get distracted and shallow it or waste time.
2. Warmish water is easier to dissolve the powder. I stir with a fork in a short glass and rarely get lumps. I also find the warm liquid better tasting than cold water. Your experience may vary.
3. I find no difference using it anywhere from 1 to 3 hours ahead.
4. I've also used the Beetum chews and had similar results, but disciplining myself to not chew and not shallow the Beetum is harder than the powder. And I hate to burn up discipline before hard intervals.
I ordered this product of 2, but somehow received the other beet powder instead. I was charged more than I received. I will let this go by because I like their product. I do triathlon and it works for me. I just hope next time I will receive the right one.