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You might be surprised to learn that more protein isn't the ultimate solution.

As an athlete, you know that protein is important—not only for energy, but for physical growth and repair. It seems logical to think that more is better. But this simply isn’t the case.

Athletes don’t need more protein, they need more amino acids

The body requires access to a total of 22 different amino acids, which

play a role in its ability to produce energy and maintain optimum physical function.  Eight of the 22 amino acids are defined as ‘essential’ because they are not manufactured by the body; they must be derived from dietary proteins and/or an essential amino acid supplement....

What are Dietary Nitrates and Why Do They Really Matter?

Nitrates are naturally-occurring, inorganic compounds found in our soil, water, and air.

Recently, a rapidly-growing body of research has shown that nitrates are critical to our health and performance. That’s why dietary nitrates—the nitrates found in the food we eat—have become a hot topic, especially among performance-oriented athletes. Red beets, in particular, have received a great deal of attention because of their high nitrate content and resulting ability to improve both cardiovascular health and athletic performance results.  

Dietary nitrates make your heart and muscles more efficient.

When we consume adequate amounts of dietary nitrates, our body converts them into a short-lived gas called nitric oxide. One of nitric oxide’s primary roles is to regulate the delivery of oxygen to the muscles. It does this by relaxing and opening the blood vessels, subsequently improving blood flow. Better blood flow not only translates into lower blood pressure, but into a decreased demand on your heart and skeletal muscles.

Additional research has shown that dietary nitrates can reduce the oxygen cost of exercise, improving the function of our energy-producing mitochondria.

The bottom line? Your heart and muscles can do more work with less perceived effort when your body is powered by an organic, high-nitrate supplement like Pure Clean Powder!...

Eat Your Beets: What My 101 Year Old Grandmother Knew!

My grandmother lived to the age of 101.

In the many years that I knew here she taught me many things about living a long healthy long life. One of them was to eat your beets. And Russian Borscht was one of her favorite. Check out this blog post to learn more.

While most of us can't (or won't) eat borscht every day, there's an easy and convenient way to benefit from all the health and performance boosting nutrients found in fresh beets:

Pure Clean Powder!

Just one scoop of Pure Clean Powder a day can:

-Increase your strength, speed and stamina
-Optimize your cardiovascular health
-Reduce internal inflammation
-Facilitate a faster recovery 
-Enhance the body’s ability to detoxify
-Help prevent many forms of cancer 

Adding a serving of beet juice powder to your daily supplement routine is a convenient ...

Tap Into the Power of Organic Beet Juice Powder!

From as far back as ancient Rome, red beets have been cultivated for their health and performance-enhancing benefits. The most recent research has confirmed what many competitive athletes already know—that the dietary nitrates found in beets, freshly-juiced beets, and beet juice powders can improve their training, racing, and recovery results. It’s no wonder that beet-based supplements like Pure Clean Powder are quickly becoming the “go to” sports supplement among weekend warriors and top-notch professionals alike.  

Because beets are a rich source of natural nitrates, they enhance the body’s ability to create nitric oxide. Nitric oxide relaxes the smooth muscle lining of the blood vessels, increasing blood flow and oxygen to an athlete’s hard-working muscles. And this translates into greater power, endurance, strength, and speed. Other proven benefits include:

  • A faster recovery following a hard, physical effort

  • Improved digestion, metabolism and elimination, which aid in weight loss

  • Reduced levels of internal inflammation

  • Improved cardiovascular, visual, and sexual health

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