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You might be standing on your own two feet, but every now and then life likes to give you a kick in the shins. Sometimes it’s that jerk waiting for you on the way to the gym, or you’re still out with your drinking buddies, thinking about that half-finished presentation you’ve got due tomorrow. Whether it’s teething babies, a couple of extra pounds on the weight bench, or another night that’s lasted until the next day – life can really eat away at our energy reserves.

Our SUPERDRINKS help you to sail right through situations like these. Two little bottles to bring out your personal best in any circumstance. They’re the jolt you need when the day is getting your down, or the thing to reach for when you’re trying to get your bearings. Drink them whenever your mind and your body call for it.

BALANCE

WHY ISOTONIC?

Particles dissolved in water – such as minerals, sugars, vitamins – can attach themselves to molecules in the body. If a drink has a lower concentration of particles than there are in the body (hypotonic), the water in the drink is “free” and quickly gets excreted via the kidneys. Too many particles draw water out of the cells (hypertonic). Isotonic drinks are meant to have the same concentration of particles as the body, and do a super job of keeping everything in balance.

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GREEN TEA

VeganUnlike black tea, green tea is not oxidized (fermented); the gentler way in which it’s processed allows it to retain plenty of its flavor and nutritional contents. The most important health benefits of green tea are attributed to the catechins in it. It also contains vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin B2, calcium, potassium, phosphoric acid, magnesium, copper, zinc, nickel, carotene, and fluoride. The complex arrangement of minerals, vitamins, and natural plant compounds in green tea beverages are said to have a calming effect on the body and the mind.

APPLE

An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Apples have long been known and popular as a healthy food. Minerals, vitamins, and natural plant compounds nourish the body while natural fruit sugars provide a quick boost of energy.

COCONUT WATER

Featuring an isotonic mix of minerals, nutrients, trace elements (zinc, iodine, manganese), and antioxidants, coconut water provides several of the things the body needs daily without any negative effects. The water of the cool coconut is low in fat, but rich in carbohydrates like fructose and glucose.

Magnesium
MINERALS

Magnesium puts the M in health. This pretty useful substance helps with the function of muscles and nerves. And awesome M can’t be overlooked for the role it plays in the circulatory system and the regulation of blood-sugar levels, either.

ASCORBIC ACID

Also called vitamin C, ascorbic acid is a water-soluble vitamin that has a positive influence on growth and development. Due to its antioxidant effects, vitamin C plays a major role in the immune system. It also helps the intestines to absorb important minerals.

VITAMINS

Niacin / Vitamin B3, Biotin / Vitamin B7

Vitamins tend to occur in nature only in small quantities. The body is unable to produce certain essential vitamins (biotin) on its own, so they have to be acquired through food and drink. Vitamins are important components of enzymes and in enzyme reactions.

STEVIA

The most important and most well-known components of stevia are steviol glycosides, which create a sweetness in drinks that’s low in calories and doesn’t raise the blood-sugar level. This also makes stevia a very practical choice for diabetics.

 

 

ENERGY

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GINGER
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The nutritional contents of ginger are found in the plant’s root in the form of 1.5% to 3% essential oil. This super root also contains substances that help with digestion, reinforce the stomach, and stimulate circulation, in addition to vitamins and minerals.

TAURINE

In adults, taurine is produced during metabolism from the amino acid cysteine. The energy drink features synthetic taurine additives to aid in the movement of important minerals through the body’s cells and to help support the circulatory system. Taurine has antioxidant effects and might also amplify the effect of caffeine.

CAFFEINE

Invigorating caffeine affects a variety of bodily functions: in addition to its effect on the mind, the stimulant also boasts the circulatory system and the muscles.

GINSENG

In Chinese medicine, ginseng has been known for millennia as a tonic for the body. It reinforces the immune system, stimulates metabolism, and in general makes the body more resistant to stress and other harmful influences. Ginseng contains a wide variety of nutritional contents including ginsenosides, polysaccharides, polyacetylenes, peptidoglycans, essential oils, fatty acids, amino acids, and triglycerides.

MINERALS

The mineral magnesium carbonate is naturally available in large quantities and contributes to the balance of acids and bases in the body. Carbonates allow the kidneys to better dispose of acidic metabolism byproducts.Ohne Farb- und Konservierungsstiffe

SODIUM CHLORIDE

Better known as table salt, this mineral is vital to the functioning of the body and the cells. Sodium chloride influences the balance of fluids and minerals in the body. It has a major impact on tissue tension, and provides the basis for electrical impulses in the nerves and muscles.

VITAMINS
Vitamine

Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) and vitamin B6 assist the body in several important metabolic reactions and in regeneration.