How Vitality+ Improves Brain Health

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What if your pre-workout could help you with more than just energy? What if it had benefits for brain health?  

Protea Nutrition Vitality + is unlike other pre-workouts on the market, as it not only gives you sustainable energy but it also benefits your overall health.

L-tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid (building block of a protein) that is essential to produce neurotransmitters including norepinephrine (muscle recovery and blood flow), dopamine (mood and motivation) and adrenaline (drive and focus). 

When we workout we are essentially putting our bodies under physical stress. This is when L-tyrosine will replenish the neurotransmitters before stress reduces them, making sure that you remain focused for longer without getting burnt out. 

Studies have also shown when brain dopamine availability is increased it improves exercise tolerance to heat, which will help you to push yourself that much more during workouts. It also boosts your mood which can assist in staying focused and managing stress more readily. 

L-tyrosine is common in food, yet in order to get the important benefits from L-tyrosine it has been shown to be more efficient to take a supplement because it synthesizes neurotransmitters much faster. This is why Protea Nutrition Vitality + is the perfect supplement to consume prior to your workout, containing 250mg per serving of L-tyrosine along with several other beneficial ingredients! 

All Protea True Nutrition products are gluten free, vegan friendly, cruelty free and free of artificial additives dyes, additives and contain no GMOs.

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