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Get into your body’s red zone, with Ultimate Nutrition Red Zone. This revolutionary hardcore fat burner not only boosts calorie burn, but also extends your workouts and increases your power. The Red Zone fatigue-delaying complex combines the precise blend of COQ-10 and beta alanine that have been clinically studied to extend workouts. Energy is the currency the body uses to carry out all metabolic processes and to function optimally. Energy is especially required during exercise and in endurance training when the athletes not only need instant energy but also a sufficient supply of oxygen to maintain a rigorous regimen.
PowerGrape® is a whole grape extract rich in flavanols; procyanidins particularly. It has been shown to decrease oxidative stress generated in professional athletes during competition and increase plasma antioxidant capacity. In a placebo controlled, double-blind, crossover, randomized clinically trial of 20 sportsmen, there was a significant increase of 21.1% in performance power by those who took the clinically research amount of PowerGrape® that is found in Red Zone.
Coenzyme Q10 is the spark that produces energy is the body. Coenzyme Q10 is an essential compound necessary for the transport and breakdown of fat into energy. Because CoQ10 produces energy in combination with respiration, supplementation with dietary CoQ10 ensures that muscles and other critical tissues and organs receive ample amount of oxygen via blood. Research indicates that Beta-Alanine increases lactate threshold, improves the ability to maintain maximal power output during high-intensity exercise and decreases neuromuscular fatigue. By elevating Carnosine level, it may protect against damage to nerves, letting them fire at a faster rate than if they are injured.
Red Zone also contains a proprietary Calorie Burning Complex. This complex is designed to aid the body by providing powerful antioxidants while burning calories through thermogenesis. Our complex helps increase the body's temperature enabling the body to burn calories as heat; to be used as energy, thereby preventing them from being stored a fat. The key ingredients in Red Zone create a fat burning environment by working in synergy.
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What is the tingling feeling I am experiencing?
Beta-Alanine is known to cause a niacin-like skin tingling reaction within minutes after it is consumed. This is perfectly normal and lessens with continued Beta-Alanine supplementation. It has best been described as the skin having begun to tingle or itch in certain spots. This is a normal body reaction to Beta-Alanine consumption.
What is Co Q10?
Co Q10 is a naturally occurring compound found in every cell of the body. It plays a role in the production of energy by production of ATP. Co Q10 also acts as an antioxidant.
What is PowerGrape®?
Powergrape® is a plant extract obtained from grapes produced on Bordeaux vines (Vitis vinifera L.). With its special composition, Powergrape® has been perfected so as to take advantage of its protective properties in relation to oxidative stress. The process for obtaining Powergrape® has been meticulously studied in order to guarantee an extract preserving the full benefit of the active constituents of the grape used as the raw material. Powergrape® contains constant and guaranteed flavanol and flavanol monomer content, a family and sub-family of molecules recognized for their beneficial effects on health.
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