frequently asked questions
When I took my first ProEndorphin, I noticed a warm, red flush on my skin. What is that?
Niacin is a B vitamin and a key ingredient in ProEndorphin. One quality of niacin is that it dilates blood vessels, creating a sensation of warmth often called a “niacin flush.” This harmless flush can also produce redness of the skin on the face and neck, as well as a tingling sensation for some. The reaction is usually mild, lasts 5-15 minutes, and will disappear with continued use of ProEndorphin.*
Does ProEndorphin contain caffeine?
ProEndorphin does not contain any added caffeine or synthetic stimulants. Kola nut, one of the ingredients in ProEndorphin, is derived from the seeds of the Kola tree. Kola nut has been traditionally used to combat physical and mental fatigue. These seeds contain a small amount of naturally occurring caffeine. From a percentage perspective, the caffeine content in ProEndorphin is approximately one fourth of the amount contained in a regular 8-oz. brewed cup of coffee.*
How do I implement ProEndorphin into my workout routine?
Most people take ProEndorphin 15-30 minutes prior to training or competition to boost performance and energy levels, while some drink it during workouts to sustain endurance.*
How late in the day can I take ProEndorphin before it affects sleep?
If you are one of those people who cannot drink coffee late in the evening, you should probably take ProEndorphin before late afternoon. Otherwise, anytime is all right.
Is ProEndorphin better for short, more intense energy requirements, or better for marathon-type endurance activities?
Actually, it is good for both. ProEndorphin gives you energy bursts for short, immediate activities such as sprinting, weight training or body building competitions, as well as long-term energy for endurance events such as swimming, biking and running.* Endurance athletes report the best results when ProEndorphin is taken consistently each morning.
Why is ProEndorphin better than taking energy drinks in a can?
ProEndorphin™ delivers energy without added caffeine, and it is low in sugar. With the added benefit of B-vitamins and nutrients, ProEndorphin™ is the healthy way to energize your life. Most pre-packaged energy drinks are loaded with unhealthful synthetic stimulants such as caffeine (200-300 mg), sugar and guarana. Some contain just as much sugar content as do carbonated soft drinks.
What has the Press said about ProEndorphin?
When asked, “Does ProEndorphin deliver?” Susan Casey of Esquire Magazine replied, “Sweet Jesus, yes. Within minutes of mixing the Tang-tasting powder with water and drinking it, I have the desire to complete every task I’ve been avoiding for the past several months and do sets of push-ups in between. It’s a nicely-amped feeling, with none of the jittery highs and jolting lows of less refined stimulants like caffeine or guarana. Later, I kick ass in a two-hour swim practice.” – Susan Casey, Esquire Magazine
“ProEndorphin is extremely effective at increasing energy and endurance. I would also qualify it as a mood brightener. It comes in an effervescent “fizzy powder” delivery system. It is a novel configuration of vitamins, amino acids, and herbs that, in combination, are especially useful before workouts and around that 3:00 or 4:00 afternoon slump. Instead of trying to get a lift from sugar or unhealthy carbohydrates, ProEndorphin does a much better job. And, as a side note, it’s very good for hangovers!” – Oz Garcia, personal trainer for Robert DeNiro, Tyra Banks, Winona Ryder and Taylor Dane. Garcia, Oz. 2001. Oz Garcia’s The Healthy HighTech Body. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc.
“The 15-minute fatigue fighter.”
– Glamour Magazine
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.