frequently asked questions
Q: Can I take ADRENOCHARGE while taking a pre-workout or thermogenic with stimulants in it?
No. To effectively reset your receptor systems and assist in adrenal fatigue support, ADRENOCHARGE should only be taken once you complete a cycle of taking a pre-workout or thermogenic with stimulants.†
Q: Can I take ADRENOCHARGE for general adrenal fatigue support?
Yes. ADRENOCHARGE contains key ingredients which battle the effects of stress, cortisol, and adrenal fatigue.†
Q: Will ADRENOCHARGE work after taking products from companies other than Gaspari Nutrition?
Yes. ADRENOCHARGE is formulated to address the physiological effects of adrenal fatigue and stimulant use regardless of brand.†
When was the last time you really felt your pre-workout without having to add an extra scoop? Ever taken a fat burner and said to yourself "man this stuff is weak." If you answered "yes" you're not the only one out there. Most of us who take supplements know that eventually no matter how good they are, their stimulant effects eventually wear off. You may have the strongest pre-workout ever, but you're still susceptible to this. The researchers at Gaspari Nutrition recognized this so instead of telling you to "add another scoop" or "add another serving", we focused on how to solve this issue with a real solution.
As always, CEO and hall of fame bodybuilder Rich Gaspari
put the pressure on his product development team to solve this issue which seemingly affects the majority of stimulant supplement users. After a lot of trial and error they finally came up with a clinical strength solution backed by real research. That solution is called ADRENOCHARGE. Let us explain how it works so you can regain that feeling of intensity from your supplements in rapid time.†
A Look At the Ingredients
& ADRENAL FATIGUE SUPPORT†*
This is a potent extract based off of thousands of years of use in the Far East as a health tonic. However, newer research has demonstrated that cordyceps has energy enhancing abilities without the use of traditional stimulants. In return, it does not interact with the same adrenal fatigue inducing receptor systems which can run you down or desensitize you to the likes of caffeine. Instead, it is used to support athletic performance by strengthening the immune system and energy levels.†
PHOSPHATIDIC ACID (AS MEMREE PLUS™)
Innovation is something we excel at which is why we're proud to be the first company to use this patented combination of phosphatidlyserine and phosphatidic acid. This potent combination is clinically proven to reduce stress hormone levels in response to stress tests. It does this by exerting a unique effect on the hypothalamus pituitary adrenal axis which in turn controls stress hormones such as cortisol.
RHODIOLA ROSEA EXTRACT
Often times, when you don't have your morning coffee you can get cranky. Or you may be the type of person who just can't train if you forget your pre-workout. Then you're cranky because you didn't train. Either way, not having stim ulants can slow you up mentally. Rhodiola has a wealth of research to show it can help with mood and enhance natural energy levels without stimulants.†
Caffeine plays a strong role in most stimulant supplements and one of its effects is increasing adenosine receptor expression. What this means is that the more you take, the more adenosine receptors you have in your nervous system which can contribute to diminishing effects. Adenosine monophosphate may in turn help down regulate adenosine receptor expression as it increases adenosine levels.†
If you check any regular multivitamin you'll most likely see a form of B5 called pantothenic acid. Pantethine is considered the bioactive form of pantothenic acid but is also responsible for fatty acid metabolism via Coenzyme A activation which helps with natural energy production in the mitochondria.
† THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.
*When combined with a proper exercise and nutrition program.
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