STUDY VALIDATES THAT ASEA INCREASES ENDURANCE AND STAMINA

Drinking Asea has increased my endurance, stamina and sped up recovery.  Many other endurance athletes and people of all ages with physical stress in their lives have experienced the same.  Now there is research by the Appalachian State University Human Performance Laboratory, North Carolina Research Campus that validates what so many are experiencing.

The video Frontiers: Metabolites explains clearly how the ASEA endurance benefits go well beyond the athletic community.  Wouldn’t we all like more endurance and energy at the end of the day?

The validation for athletes is summarized  in the article “Asea cell-signaling drink may enhance athletic performance” from the Adventure Network + Total Fitness Network.

Did you know?

“Drinking ASEA mobilizes fuel from fat stores! The breakthrough research  indicates that drinking ASEA mobilized fuel from fat stores in the athletes. That’s great, because more energy is packed into fatty tissue (by weight) than any other fuel source in the body. With equal amounts of carbohydrates, glycogens, and fatty acids, you could jog 30 minutes on carbohydrates, 3-4 hours on glycogens, but 60-80 hours on fatty acids!”…………

Does this mean that there is a weight loss benefit as well?  Future research is needed to validate that drinking Asea can accelerate weight loss.

Whether you are an athlete or not, why not try Asea?  If you would like to try Asea, Asea offers a one month no-risk money back guarantee if you aren’t completely satisfied.   Contact us if you would like more energy and endurance.

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