It's a new week so that means a new GIVEAWAY! All in honor of National Nutrition Month. Make sure to follow us on Instagram to take part in our #NNMchallege.
This weeks giveaway is Energy Bits! #PoweredByBits
A high protein, plant-based source of energy! I use to take these when I ran long distance. I will admit, it a minute to get use to the algae taste. I just had to down them and let them go to work. These powerful little bits not only provide energy but, they also aid in recovery. Curious? Wanna Win Some?? Enter below!
Energy Bits Claims:
WHY ARE ENERGYbits® THE BEST PROTEIN?
ENERGYbits® are 100% organically grown spirulina, an algae which not only has the highest concentration of protein in the world (64% protein) and three times that of steak, but is the ONLY protein in the world that ALSO contains:
1. Antioxidants (which reduces inflammation and speeds healing from workouts or athletics)
2. Omega 3 (which protects the heart and the brain, especially from concussions)
3. Chlorophyll (which is alkaline and builds the immune system)
4. Electrolytes (which replenishes and restores the chemical balance of your body).
NO OTHER PROTEIN offers these benefits. NONE. Algae is THE ONLY PROTEIN that does this. All this and 40 vitamins/minerals too! And all for ONE calorie per tab.
This is one of the many reasons why ENERGYbits® is better than Whey Protein or indeed any other protein! And since algae has ALL these critical components, It will also save you money and time since you won’t need to purchase these other things AND our algae will save your body from unnecessary wear and tear – which will allow you to perform or play better and LONGER without injury!
Disclaimer: The information contained here is for educational purposes only and is not recommended as a means of diagnosing or treating an illness.
Would you like to improve your health and athletic performance all naturally? If so, please consider ENERGYbits® to your diet which you can purchase from www.energybits.com
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