AlphaBeet - 100% Organic Beet Root Powder
$ 29.99 USD
- 10 Grams Of 100% Organic Beet Root Powder Per Serving
- Supports Enhanced Blood Flow & Oxygen Delivery To Working Muscles*
- Improves Energy & Stamina*
- Naturally Sweetened & Flavored
- Delicious Flavor
- 30 Servings Per Container
AlphaBeet is a rich source of nitrates that can enhance blood flow which, in turn, can improve endurance performance, increase oxygen delivery in the body, and boost energy and stamina.*
Beet Root Powder (10,000mg) – Beetroot powder reduces the ATP and oxygen cost of exercise, making every movement more efficient. Together with ATP boosters like ElevATP and oxygen-carrying promoters like betalains, exercise efficiency is maximized.
How does AlphaBeet improve endurance performance?
Beetroot is a source of antioxidants and dietary nitrates found in the soil and concentrated in beetroot. The body converts these dietary nitrates to Nitric Oxide (N-O), helping to support circulation, and thus, the volume and speed of nutrient delivery to the muscles.
When is the best time to take AlphaBeet?
AlphaBeet can be consumed as soon as 30 minutes prior to exercise. AlphaBeet maintains effective levels for up to six-eight hours, so unless you are working out two times a day, or longer than six hours, one serving should be enough. AlphaBeet is best if consumed within 15 minutes of mixing. Do not exceed more than one serving of AlphaBeet within 24 hours.
My urine and other waste look pinkish after using AlphaBeet - is this normal?
This is due to the beet root and betalains, and it is an effect known as “beeturia” found in about 14% of humans. It is not blood. Betalains are red pigments found in beets and other foods, and of course the beet root powder contains red pigments. The pigment, specifically betanin, is not stored well in some individuals, and it is therefore excreted in the urine and/or feces. Beeturia itself is harmless, but it may indicate compromised kidneys or other organs which may require medical attention.
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