Beet-it Sport | Nitrate 400

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Award-winning concentrated beetroot shot

Your guaranteed daily dose of nitrate packed into our convenient, pocket-sized, 7ml shot.

Concentrated beetroot shot
– Contains c400mg natural dietary nitrate
– Used worldwide in 200+ sports research studies
– Trusted by professional cycling, rugby, football and Olympic sports teams
– The Power of NO (Nitric Oxide)
– One of your 5-a-day

Ingredients:
Concentrated beetroot juice (98%), lemon juice (2%); made from concentrates

Nutritional info:
Quantity per 100ml
Energy 373kJ / 88kcal
Fat
of which saturates
0g
0g
Carbohydrates
of which sugars
18g
17g
Protein 3.7g
Salt 0.48g


Dosing Guidelines

Consume 1-2 shots one to three hours before training and for up to 6 days prior to competition.

What is it?

Beet It Juice Sports Shots are a way to naturally boost Nitric Oxide levels in the bloodstream, and as a result, are regarded as the new super-fuel for athletes. Research has shown it can have great results in improving stamina and enhancing oxygen usage efficiency. Unlike the Beet-it Organic stamina, Beet-it sports shots are not organic however contain higher levels of nitrate.

Why should I use it?

Beet-It shots are scientifically proven to boost oxygen usage efficiency, improving performance and stamina by up to 16%. The nitrates are converted into nitric oxide in the body, which widens blood vessels and reduces the amount of oxygen needed by muscles. Beet-it sports shots are convenient to drink and are 100% all-natural juice!

Who should use it?

Athletes or anyone just wanting to improve energy and performance- they are natures pre-workout! Not only do Beet-it shots improve performance but are rich in antioxidants and modulate blood pressure thereby anyone can benefit from them.

When do I use it?

The Beet-it sports shot is best taken 1-12 hours before exercise. For an event, athletes have found benefit with BEET-it sports loading- whereby they take one shot 12 hours before, and one around two hours before exercising- however, one is sufficient for general training.

Read 'All About Beets' by Cliff Harvey PhD