Revive your primal energy with a potent dose of nature’s ultimate performance booster, caffeine
Primal Energy Force is a new energy drink range available exclusively from Dis-Chem in three beneficial variants – Misty White Sugar-Free, Baobab and Hibiscus.
The range has been specially formulated to pack a highly effective and potent caffeine dose, delivering a whopping 145-150mg per 500ml serving.
The many benefits of caffeine
As a natural performance-enhancer, caffeine does it all! It boosts strength, power and endurance, accelerates recovery between sets or bursts of speed or power, and also helps to lower your perceived effort during training.
Basically, you’ll feel energized and able to perform higher workloads for longer. The result is more reps and calories burnt per hour, which swings the weight-loss and muscle-gain equations in your favour.
Caffeine also makes your body more energy efficient. After a few sips of Primal Energy Force, your body will more easily tap into your stored body fat to deliver concentrated fat-derived energy to working muscles! That’ll also help to boost your fat-loss efforts, if that’s your aim.
Caffeine also boosts brain function
A precisely dosed caffeine drink has also been shown in research to improve various aspects of brain function, including memory, mood, energy levels, reaction times and general cognitive function.
For an additional surge of energy, the Primal Energy Force Misty White Sugar-Free contains the amino acid Taurine, which works synergistically with caffeine to boost both mental and physical energy.
Become a primal energy-burning beast
While these drinks provide a readily-available source of energy, if your body can’t metabolise and convert the functional ingredients then you’re not getting the full benefit.
That’s why Primal Energy Force includes important B complex vitamins, which play vital roles in the energy production process. Vitamins B3 (niacin) and B5 (pantothenic acid) are vital for optimal carbohydrate metabolism, while B6 and B12 are needed to produce energy from fats and proteins.
You’ll also find L-Carnitine Tartrate in the Primal Energy Force Misty White ingredient list, which offers an additional metabolic boost by improving fat metabolism.
For an added kick of natural energy, Ginseng Panax Extract has been added to Primal Energy (400mg in the Misty White and 160mg in Baobab and Hibiscus). Ginseng is a potent natural ingredient that has been used for centuries in traditional Eastern medicine for a variety of reasons. It is widely known to improve cognitive function, concentration and memory, improve work efficiency, stamina and endurance, and reduces the muscle damage that occurs during exercise.
Primal Energy’s additional health benefits
If you’re looking for more than just a concentrated dose of energy, consider Primal Energy Force’s Baobab or Hibiscus drinks. Both contain vitamin C – a potent immune booster and antioxidant.
The red Hibiscus Primal Energy Force can also contains Hibiscus Flower Extract, which delivers a beneficial range of minerals, including, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc. It’s also a good source of anthocyanins, which are potent antioxidants.
The baobab included in the green Primal Energy Force can is derived from Africa’s “tree of life”. It’s a rich source of vitamin C and other potent antioxidants and minerals, and it improves vitamin and mineral absorption (as does the Moringa Extract it contains).
With so many beneficial ingredients, Primal Energy Force drinks are the ideal pre-workout or anytime pick-me-up, be it over weekends or at work. Go try one today! Primal Energy Force drinks are now available in Misty White Sugar-Free, Baobab and Hibiscus options from your nearest Dis-Chem store. Visit www.primalsa.co.za for more info.
Author: Pedro van Gaalen
When he’s not writing about sport or health and fitness, Pedro is probably out training for his next marathon or ultra-marathon. He’s worked as a fitness professional and as a marketing and comms expert. He now combines his passions in his role as managing editor at Fitness magazine.