Better Energy

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Better Energy is a safe, clean velvet bean-based energy supplement containing vitamins, amino acids, and nootropic compounds that improve alertness, mental and physical energy, mood, and productivity.


Vitamin B6 as P5P - attention

Caffeine - mental stimulant

Mucuna Pruriens - energy, focus, & mood

L-Phenylalanine - performance

DMAE - sustained energy

N-Acetyl Tyrosine - Alertness


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💊💊 Super Boost

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L-Phenylalanine + N-Acetyl Tyrosine = L-DOPA (precursor to Dopamine)

1. L-Phenylalanine, 2. N-Acetyl Tyrosine, 3. Mucuna Pruriens: 3 Steps of the Dopamine Synthesis Pathway 

Mucuna Pruriens = Natural L-DOPA, supports production of Dopamine

Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate = Active form of Vitamin B6, creates Seratonin and Dopamine


"Better Energy is the best cup of coffee I've ever had, with out the crash. It gets my morning in motion quick and keeps a pep in my step through the day." - Tiffany M


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