Drink and workout.
Is it safe to drive after or while drinking our products?
No one ever said that our products are not the perfect pre-workout drink. We’re not saying that it is, but we are strongly highlighting that no one ever said that it isn’t. Take note that our drinks do contain Vitamin B. What does that mean? Absolutely nothing and absolutely everything. Any letters preceded with the word Vitamin is surely a good thing
in this case Vitamin B is allegedly important for making sure the body's cells are functioning properly, as they help the body convert food into energy (metabolism), create new blood cells, and maintain healthy skin cells, brain cells, and other body tissues.
All the cool things that you want to get from working out right? By the way those benefits are not our claims, they are the words of smarter men and women from Medical News Today.
Again, we are not claiming that our drink provides the aforementioned health benefits, we have no idea what dosage of Vitamin B is required to be able to do all that, and you definitely should not ditch taking your daily dose of vitamins and supplements in exchange for our drinks. We wouldn’t mind, but that would just be really, really dumb of you. Our drinks are loaded up with Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCl), Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin), and we have no clue what that means, but one thing for sure is that if we were marketing our drinks as a health product we’d be wearing white coats and advertising them in Boots and other pharmacies.