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Energy Boosting Package

Low energy levels may be caused by poor diet, lack of exercise, dehydration, poor sleep patterns of an underactive thyroid. One thing is guaranteed – it ruins your day.


Whether you are a keen sports-person or simply need an energy boost to get you through the day, there are 4 recommended foodstate products that we regard as “energy-yielding”, i.e. they give us energy


Contains one of each of the following:

Multi Antioxidant with Co-Q10, Magnesium, Organic Pea Protein, Vitamin B Complex


£59.85 excl VAT


Get 10% off this package with coupon code ENERGY20. Valid until 31st March 2020

£71.82
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Whether you are a keen sports-person or simply need an energy boost to get you through the day, there are 4 recommended foodstate products that we regard as “energy-yielding”, i.e. they give us energy 

 

  1. Multi-Antioxidant with Q10: Contains all the important antioxidant nutrients including:

  • Co-enzyme Q10: Increases energy in both sedentary people and athletes by facilitating the conversion of carbohydrates into energy, and improved blood circulation

  • Vitamin C: Exercise increases our need for Vit C and it alleviates fatigue by facilitating the production of thyroxine. Also reduces muscle pain

  • Vitamin E: Foodstate Vitamin E improves athletic performance. When taken for 2 weeks prior to strenuous exercise it prevents significant DNA damage in 80% of test subjects, and inhibits muscle damage and cramps

 

  1. Magnesium: Every cell in the human body requires Magnesium for energy production. It improves athletic performance via ATP production, it delivers oxygen and nerve impulses to muscles and increases the capacity for prolonged exercise by up to 50%

  2. Organic Pea Protein: It is the richest form of plant protein available and is high in BCAAs (branched chain amino acids) to help keep your body in a muscle building state all day, decrease belly fat and keep you full longer between meals

     

  3. Vitamin B Complex: B vitamins work well together and this multi-nutrient contains all of the important B vitamins which work together to provide us with energy and reduce the incidence of fatigue

 

Carbs, calories, proteins and simple sugars: Carbohydrate or animal protein “loading” Is not recommended. Although animal proteins are important to energy production, too much leads to a build-up of acid by-products that reduce the ability of cells to produce energy and can also lead to increased muscular problems. Refined and processed foods should be avoided. Fizzy drinks made with processed sugars are associated both with a reduction in sustained energy and hypotension. The more energy used for digestion, the less energy is available for exercise. Consumption of foods in their natural state produces higher energy levels and reduces the potential for fatigue. Eating refined sugars causes excretion of magnesium from the body - one of the important minerals for energy production. It also depletes vitamin B6, potassium, calcium, vitamin C and essential fats

 

£59.85 excl tax

 

 

Whether you are a keen sports-person or simply need an energy boost to get you through the day, there are 4 recommended foodstate products that we regard as “energy-yielding”, i.e. they give us energy 

 

  1. Multi-Antioxidant with Q10: Contains all the important antioxidant nutrients including:

  • Co-enzyme Q10: Increases energy in both sedentary people and athletes by facilitating the conversion of carbohydrates into energy, and improved blood circulation

  • Vitamin C: Exercise increases our need for Vit C and it alleviates fatigue by facilitating the production of thyroxine. Also reduces muscle pain

  • Vitamin E: Foodstate Vitamin E improves athletic performance. When taken for 2 weeks prior to strenuous exercise it prevents significant DNA damage in 80% of test subjects, and inhibits muscle damage and cramps

 

  1. Magnesium: Every cell in the human body requires Magnesium for energy production. It improves athletic performance via ATP production, it delivers oxygen and nerve impulses to muscles and increases the capacity for prolonged exercise by up to 50%

  2. Organic Pea Protein: It is the richest form of plant protein available and is high in BCAAs (branched chain amino acids) to help keep your body in a muscle building state all day, decrease belly fat and keep you full longer between meals

     

  3. Vitamin B Complex: B vitamins work well together and this multi-nutrient contains all of the important B vitamins which work together to provide us with energy and reduce the incidence of fatigue

 

Carbs, calories, proteins and simple sugars: Carbohydrate or animal protein “loading” Is not recommended. Although animal proteins are important to energy production, too much leads to a build-up of acid by-products that reduce the ability of cells to produce energy and can also lead to increased muscular problems. Refined and processed foods should be avoided. Fizzy drinks made with processed sugars are associated both with a reduction in sustained energy and hypotension. The more energy used for digestion, the less energy is available for exercise. Consumption of foods in their natural state produces higher energy levels and reduces the potential for fatigue. Eating refined sugars causes excretion of magnesium from the body - one of the important minerals for energy production. It also depletes vitamin B6, potassium, calcium, vitamin C and essential fats

 

£59.85 excl tax