1 Min Guide to Beta Red
Here’s everything you need to know about Beta Red Performance Formula in one minute of reading or less.
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Beta Red is a potent blend of nitrate-rich beet juice powder and 3 key synergistic amino acids: Beta alanine, Citrulline malate, and Betaine.
These ingredients have been shown to promote increased aerobic and anaerobic efficiency and endurance.
- For best results, drink 1 to 2 servings 90 minutes prior to training and racing. For longer events, consume a dose every two hours.
Beta Red gives athletes an extra edge when racing and training at higher elevations because it allows them to perform more work with the limited oxygen available.
You may feel a light tingling sensation on your skin (parashesias) when drinking Beta Red. If this irritates you, consuming it with carbohydrate-rich foods will lessen the effect. Many athletes use this feeling as a psychological cue to get in training or race mode.
You may also notice a reddish tint in your pee (known as beeturia) after consuming Beta Red. This is normal. It is due to the red pigments that give beets their color.
- Beta Red is free of banned substances, as well as artificial flavors, colors, and sweeteners.
- Beta Red has a clean beet flavor. Many customers comment that it tastes somewhat like hibiscus tea.
If you want to dive deeper into Beta Red, be sure to also check out our posts about a couple of the specific ingredients in our performance formula:
And, if you still have questions, please reach out. email@example.com. We’d love to hear from you.
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