AIM Peak Endurance: The Sweet Cheat

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A True Energy Boost with No Drawbacks

Each one of us has run out of energy at an inconvenient moment: nearly falling asleep while driving, nodding off while listening to your Aunt Mabel’s “disappearing pie” story for the 100th time or finding oneself too tuckered out to go all in during a workout.

During drowsy moments, many people reach for soda, energy drinks or a sports beverage to provide them with a quick boost of vivacity, so they can power through the situation. However, that energy comes with a cost: unnecessary calories, refined sugar and,
possibly, your health.

Soda, of course, is one of the worst offenders to public health. A can of cola contains 28 grams of sugar and contains 110 calories. And according to researchers at the Cleveland Clinic and Harvard, regular soda consumption can increase your risk of stroke.

Energy drinks are also bad news. They contain, on average, 30 grams of refined sugar and 100 calories apiece. What’s worse is that regular consumption of energy drinks has been linked to heart problems, insomnia and anxiety. They also rot your teeth.

Sports drinks—which typically contain 20 grams of sugar and 100 calories—are chocked full of sodium. To be fair, sports beverages aren’t necessarily terrible if you’re a professional athlete who needs to replace sodium lost during a big game, but most people drink them while sitting on the couch and watching TV. Drinkers typically end up with an excess of sodium.

Peak Endurance is your only sensible alternative for low-sugar, low-calorie energy. Not only does it provide Peak ATP® and a smattering of electrolytes, it also offers 50% RDA of six different B vitamins as well as 72% RDA of vitamin C. One serving of Peak Endurance provides all these things for only thirty calories and one gram of sugar. It’s the smartest, healthiest way to ensure your energy stays at its peak.

 

Written by The AIM Companies

Nutrition that Works!

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