Feel the Boost with a Skinny Gazelle Energy Drink

Before you reach for that store-bought energy drink, we advise you to read the label first. The truth is, most of those drinks are loaded with tons of sugar and caffeine. While they might provide a quick energy boost, these effects are short-lived — you’re left dealing with a variety of unpleasant side effects.

But Skinny Gazelle® is different. It has been formulated to raise your energy levels naturally - without excess sugar and caffeine. The secret is found within the unique ingredients of Skinny Gazelle®. We have combined a proprietary blend of vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids and compounds that has been scientifically shown to impart natural, long-lasting energy as well as increased focus.

A Skinny Gazelle Energy Drink Contains The Following:

B-Complex Vitamins: These vitamins help increase production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy source used by all of your cells. Skinny Gazelle® contains optimal levels of the following:

  • Vitamin B3 (niacin) – aside from cellular energy production, niacin is required for the process of releasing energy from carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) – responsible for speeding up many cellular chemical reactions, B6 is also crucial for forming amino acids, the basic building blocks of all proteins and some hormones. One form, pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (PLP), is required for about 100 essential enzymatic reactions. This includes the conversion of amino acids to glucose (blood sugar) which the body can use to create energy.
  • Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) – required for metabolizing carbohydrates, fats and proteins, B12 is integral to the formation of healthy red blood cells, thereby protecting against anemia. The cobalamin form, in particular, displays powerful properties for energy production.
  • Folate (folic acid) – studies suggest that folate is essential for cell replication and growth, as well as DNA, RNA and red blood cell production. It also plays a large role in the formation, absorption and utilization of proteins.

Other Energy-Boosting Nutrients:

  • Manganese – this essential trace element activates the enzymes needed to metabolize fats, carbohydrates, amino acids and cholesterol. It may also activate those responsible for glucose production and regulation. Manganese activates the super oxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme. SOD supports the mitochondrion which are essentially your cellular "power plants."
  • Endurlac™ Glucuronolactone – the energy-boosting properties of this metabolite make it a common ingredient in energy drinks. A study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research focused on a drink containing glucuronolactone and other energy-boosting nutrients. When consumed 10 minutes before resistance exercise, the drink enabled the subjects to increase both the number of repetitions performed, and the total volume of exercise.
  • N-acetyl-tyrosine – this nutrient is one of 20 amino acids utilized by cells for protein production. A study published in Life Sciences found that tyrosine defended against such stress-related conditions as fatigue, cold, sleep deprivation and general stress.
  • L-phenylalanine (LPA) – an essential amino acid, LPA is a building block for multiple proteins. LPA converts to other substances, including the amino acid L-tyrosine and various neurotransmitters. One neurotransmitter, norepinephrine, is responsible for transmitting signals between nerve cells and the brain. It may also promote alertness and reduce sleepiness and hunger.
  • Magnesium – this essential mineral is vital for producing and transporting adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the body’s source of energy. A study published in Biological Trace Element Research showed that magnesium supplementation held dramatic benefits for the performance of training athletes, especially those training daily. In particular, magnesium may contribute to proper muscle contraction and relaxation. Another study found that women over the age of 50 with low magnesium levels had higher heart rates and required more oxygen during their workouts.
  • L-Leucine – this amino acid may benefit muscle health and function. Research suggests that adults reaching the age of 40 may lose 0.5-2% of their muscle annually. But a study in the Journal of Physiology found that leucine successfully increased the formation of muscle proteins. Leucine converts into the compound beta hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate (HMB). Athletes taking HMB may experience more rapid reduction of body fat and faster recovery from exercise-related muscle damage and post-workout soreness. HMB may also improve athletic performance and increase muscle mass and strength.
  • Caffeine – this much-maligned compound may actually have some important health benefits. In studies, caffeine provided noticeable boosts to energy and alertness. And, it was found to aid in the rapid absorption of many vital nutrients. A study in Human Psychopharmacology found that consuming caffeine also held many benefits for office workers.
A Skinny Gazelle® energy drink does contain a small amount of caffeine (about the amount of a single cup of coffee), but research suggests that the average man or woman can safely consume limited quantities such as this with little or no adverse effects. Regardless, you should keep your caffeine consumption modest to avoid nervousness, sleeplessness and rapid heartbeat.

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