Vitamin B1:
- Vitamin B1 is essential for energy production and carbohydrate metabolism.
- The body needs Vitamin B1 to manufacture adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a molecule which every cell of the body uses for energy.
- It can strengthen the immune system and improve the body’s ability to withstand stressful conditions.
- Helps metabolize fats and protein

- Supports the development of a healthy nervous system
- Coordinates the activity of nerves and muscles


Vitamin B2:
- Vitamin B2 helps break down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. It plays a vital role in maintaining the body's energy supply.
- Maintain the mucous membranes in the digestive system
- Maintaining a healthy liver
- Keeping the eyes, nerves, muscles and skin healthy
- Hormone production by the adrenal glands
- Preventing the development of cataracts


Vitamin B3:

- As with all B vitamins, niacin helps convert food into energy by aiding enzymes.
- It plays a role in cell signaling and making and repairing DNA, in addition to acting as an antioxidant.
- Vitamin B3 has a role in producing certain hormones in the adrenal glands and helps remove harmful chemicals from the liver,


Vitamin B5:

Vitamin B5 has many important functions. These include:

- converting food into glucose
- forming sex and stress-related hormones
- forming red blood cells
As with all B vitamins, pantothenic acid helps the body break down fats, carbohydrates, and proteins so that our bodies can use them for energy and rebuilding tissues, muscles, and organs.


Vitamin B6:
- Vitamin B6 may help boost brain performance.
- The vitamin encourages the proper function and development of the brain and nervous system.


Collagen is the protein responsible for skin elasticity. It also plays a role in joint and bone health.
Collagen makes up a significant amount of bone structure and helps keep the bones strong.
Taking collagen supplements may help prevent the deterioration of bone density and strength.

Potential things that collagen may help with include:
- maintaining a healthy gut

- maintaining a healthy weight
- reducing anxiety
- improving mood

- promoting healthy nail and hair growth
In another study, adults took two grams of collagen daily for 70 days. Those who took collagen had a significant reduction in joint pain and were better able to engage in physical activity than those who did not take it.

Collagen in this energy shot is the reason you won’t crash after drinking the shot



L-carnitine's main role in your body involves mitochondrial function and energy production in cells, it helps transport fatty acids into the mitochondria, where they can be burned for energy.

L-carnitine may benefit:
- Recovery: May improve exercise recovery
- Muscle oxygen supply: May increase oxygen supply to your muscles
- Stamina: May increase blood flow and nitric oxide production, helping delay discomfort and reduce fatigue

- Muscle soreness: May reduce muscle soreness after exercise
- Red blood cell production: May increase the production of red blood cells, which transport oxygen throughout your body and muscles


Vitamin C:

Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant that can boost your blood antioxidant levels. This may help reduce the risk of chronic diseases like heart disease. 
Iron is an important nutrient that has a variety of functions in the body. It is essential for making red blood cells and transporting oxygen throughout the body.

Interestingly, vitamin C supplements can help improve the absorption of iron from the
In fact, simply consuming 100 mg of vitamin C may improve iron absorption by 67%

Vitamin C may boost immunity by helping white blood cells function more effectively, strengthening your skin’s defense system and helping wounds heal faster.


Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body, and your body can’t work properly without it.
The nutrient is essential for hundreds of metabolic processes and many other important bodily functions — from producing energy to building important proteins like your DNA.
- Increased energy. Magnesium activates adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in the body, which helps to create energy in the body.

- Better sleep. A deficiency in magnesium may be to blame for insomnia and trouble sleeping. Taking a supplement can help slow your hear rate, relax your msucles, and quiet a racing mind.
- Reduced muscle aches. If you’ve been experiencing muscle aches or spasms, a supplement may assist in relaxing them, as magnesium plays a vital role in neuromuscular signals and contractions.
- Improved heart health.. Working alongside calcium, it regulates blood pressure levels and prevents hypertension.

- Controlled migraines. If you suffer from migraines, a magnesium supplement may be your saving grace. Magnesium plays a role in blood circulation and neurotransmitter function and can help control pain by
releasing pain-reducing hormones and constricting blood vessels.
- Improved digestion.Muscles within the digestive tract, including the intestinal wall, are relaxed by magnesium, which improves digestion, as well as counterbalances stomach acid and advances stools through the intestines.
- General relaxation. If nerves get the best of you, you’ll be pleased to hear that magnesium is essential in hormone regulation, including releasing serotonin (the “happy” hormone), promoting relaxation, and calming the mind.


The big advantage of this energy booster is the fact that you don’t get a crash after drinking it. 

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  • The big advantage of this energy booster is the fact that you don’t get a crash after drinking it. 


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