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Energy

Energy-Boosting, Metabolism Support, Focus, Learning, and Fitness Dietary Supplements and Capsules. 

 

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If you ever feel as though you need an energy boost to help get you through the day, or through an intense workout, then this is the product category for you. The supplements in this category are effective at boosting energy levels - both mental and physical - to keep you active, alert, and awake! 

Our Energy Stack Capsules are a favourite and have been designed using four top supplements, to deliver an unparalleled energy boost. Great for students, office workers, athletes, and just about anyone who needs to keep their energy levels high through the day. 

Caffeine is one of the world's best-known energizing compounds, the active component in coffee, arguably the second most consumed beverage on Earth. Studies have shown that the combination of Caffeine + L-Theanine improves mental focus and cognitive performance better than either supplement taken alone. 

ITPP (Myo-Inositol Trispyrophosphate) is a novel compound based on the naturally-occurring Myo-Inositol. It improves the oxygen disassociation curve of haemoglobin, allowing more oxygen to be deposited into muscle tissues and improving athletic performance.

Barley Malt Extract and Synephrine are two great supplements of plant-derived origins, found in several plant species around the world, including the famous Bitter Orange. Both are well known for their energy-boosting and mood-lifting effects, and Barley Malt Extract is metabolized by the MAO-B enzyme, making it beneficial for enhancing the effects of other energizing supplements like Phenylethylamine (PEA). 

PEA is an endogenous neurotransmitter (produced by the brain) that is great for improving energy levels, by boosting the levels of epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine in the brain.

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