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FLASH 36-Hour Sale of Pure Clean Beet Powder on Amazon.com

Pure Clean Powder Flash Sale Event

Pure Clean Powder 30-serving jars are going on sale NOW at
Amazon.com


Act Fast! Supplies are limited.

For 24 hours only, you can get TWO jars of Pure Clean Powder on Amazon.com for the price of ONE.

The flash sale begins on June 1st at 10 AM PST.
It ends
at midnight PST on June 2nd.  

 

Here's How:

1. Search the key words "organic beet juice powder" on Amazon.com.  
Important: Because these key words are so new, you may not see Pure Clean Powder until page 2 of your results.

2. Add a quantity of two Pure Clean Powder 30-serving jars to your cart and then enter the promotion code 
52DD5M2Z
 at check out.  You will automatically receive a $31.00 discount for an order  total $46.95, shipped via Prime...

Superboost Your Coffee: Even Better Than Bulletproof

Super Charge Your Coffee, Super Boost Your Results!

What’s better than a refreshing, cold brew coffee as pick me up after a hard physical effort or on a hot day?

A super-nutrient-charged version featuringChocoberry Blast!

It (really) doesn’t get any better this.

And it’s so easy to make! Simply mix and blend on high for two minutes:

6 ounces of cold brew coffee
4 to 6 ounces of unsweetened almond or coconut milk
2 scoops ofChocoberry Blast
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
A handful of ice cubes (made from frozen coffee)
An optional 1 to 2 tablespoons of hydrolyzed collagen 
An optional 1 to 2 teaspoons of MCT oil  

Grab a bag of Chocoberry Blast.

Getting Big Benefits from Your Pure Clean Powder as easy as 1,2,3!

Step 1: Commit to using at least one scoop daily.

Scientific research has consistently shown that consuming nitrate-rich foods on a regular and ongoing basis will optimize both your nitric oxide level and your athletic performance.

For maximum results, usePure Clean Beet Powder on a daily basis and eat plenty of other nitrate-rich foods like kale, arugula, spinach, celery, pomegranate, berries, and chocolate. 

For more information on nitric oxide and sports performance,download our FREE, 36-page Nitric Oxide Guide.

Step 2: Check your Nitric Oxide Level....

How to Superboost the Power of Beets

Dr. Rishikesh Patel, a research scientist at London's Kingston University, conducted a recent review of the growing number of beetroot juice studies.

Here's what they found

High quality beet root juice is rich in dietary nitrates, which are converted into nitric oxide by the body. Nitric oxide relaxes the blood vessels, reducing the body’s need for oxygen. And when people don’t require as much oxygen, they can work harder with less effort.

Since dark chocolate was also known to increase nitric oxide, Dr. Patel's research team wanted to assess the relative strength of their individual effects.

Could dark chocolate, which is high in beneficial flavanols, be just as effective as beetroot juice in boosting the body’s ability to produce nitric oxide? ...

My Two-Pronged Approach for Performance and Recovery

I have a confession:

I haven’t been very active during the past six months. I’ve been so wrapped up in work projects that most of my days have been spent either sitting or standing in front of my computer. While I do get up or change position frequently—and take my little dog for a daily, two-mile walk, I have basically been sedentary for the first time in my life.

Even though I haven’t been my active self, I’ve continued to follow our Core 4 performance protocols, which are focused on optimizing the body’s nitric oxide and essential amino acid levels. And I’ve been supporting my telomere health with our new telomerase-activating formula, “Live Long.”


When some old friends came for a visit last weekend, they wanted to do a more demanding hike in the Santa Barbara hills. I was up for the challenge, but somewhat unsure about how I’d perform and recover.

If you’ve been to Santa Barbara, you know that getting off the beaten paths (Cabrillo Street and the Beachway along the water front) requires going straight up hill. Since we were short on time, we chose the Buena Vista Trail, which climbs almost 900 feet in a mile.  I have done this a hike a number of times in the past when I was more fit, and still felt a little out of breath on certain sections.  I was a little concerned I wouldn’t make it all the way to the top. (I am the one on the far left)...

But I smoked it!

While I didn’t have quite the same bounce in my step, the climb was surprisingly easy. And I was equally surprised that I had absolutely no soreness later that night or the next day.

These are the “take home” points: ...

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