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PURE BEET ENDURANCE 150G POUCH
PURE Beet Endurance powder contains high amounts of naturally occurring nitrates which scientific studies* have shown to assist with improving power and endurance in athletes. If you're looking for a natural
Combined effects may have a positive impact, whether it involves low-intensity or high-intensity effort, to perform at a higher intensity over shorter durations, or improve endurance over longer durations. So it is ideal for a wide range of sports activities.
PURE Beet Endurance powder is suitable for both men and women and is a 100% natural beet powder nutritional supplement. Actual performance and/or benefit results will vary between individuals.
ADVANTAGES OF PURE BEET ENDURANCE POWDER
• High in nitrates - scientific studies shown to assist with improving power and endurance in athletes.
• Nitrates help to reduce blood pressure at rest
• Reduce energy and oxygen cost of exercise
• When taken in the days prior to an event it may assist with overall performance
• Excellent taste compared to other beetroot products, with a slightly sweet taste profile
• Convenient pouch for traveling and easy to consume - just mix with water, juice or smoothies. Or get creative and add to baking!
How to use
Simply mix 3 scoops (included) with 250ml plain water. Consume at least 3 – 4 hours prior to an event and/or consume for 2 – 5 days prior to your planned event.
Can you afford not to be taking PURE Beet Endurance Powder for your next event?
A 2011 study found that men who pre-race consumed 500ml of beetroot juice (40g PURE Beet Endurance powder equivalent) improved simulated 4 km and 16.1 km cycling time-trial performance by 2.8
Beet Juice as a Physical Performance Enhancer, Natural Medicine Journal (Feb 2014, Vol. 6, Issue 2)
Effects of Dietary Nitrate Supplementation in 5km Running Time Trial Performance, British Journal of Sports Medicine (2013, Vol. 47, Issue 17)
Nitrate supplementation’s improvement of 10-km time-trial performance in trained cyclists, International Journal of