Nutrition 101

Ingredient List


You may hear turmeric referred to as curcumin. But that is just the active ingredient that composes this root that derives from the curcuma longa plant.

When it comes to your body, you would be hard pressed to find something better for inflammation. And that transfers through your entire body, including your brain. Having an active lifestyle, you know firsthand how important it is to keep inflammation at bay. This is why turmeric is a mainstay in our line of products.


Medium-chain triglycerides, or MCTs for short, are health-boosting fats that mainly come from coconut oil. The benefits of these fats are twofold. First and foremost, they break down differently in the body than other types of fat.

Not only do they give you readily available energy, but they also turn up the thermogenic response inside your system, which boosts your metabolism. This combination especially bodes well if you are looking to lose weight for your sport of choice.


Whole green coffee powder is not like a regular, everyday cup of coffee. That gives you a fast spike in energy, which often leads to an equally fast crash. With WGCP, you get time-released energy because the actual fiber of the bean is in tact when it is made.

You are then left with the benefit of sustained, high energy levels without a sudden drop. Plus, you get a boost in immunity because WGCP is high in antioxidants.


Sugar gives you energy, but it can also be toxic if consumed too often. D-ribose is a closely related compound, but it does not come with the same possible side effects that regular sugar causes.

It’s main function is to promote your body’s production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Think of this as the powerhouse molecule that enables you to perform aerobic and anaerobic activity at a high level. 


Proper hydration is quintessential when it comes to optimizing exercise performance to prevent muscle cramps, dizziness and bonking. Sustamine plays a major role in this process.

Additionally, it is produced through a fermentation process, which makes it very good for intestinal health. When your gut is working correctly, every other aspect of your body does as well. This can lead to more energy, better brain function and less inflammation.