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November 25, 2021 4 min read

In this blog we would like to give you a quick overview of all the beneficial ingredients used in one of our main nootropic products: the Nootropic Drink! You’ve heard of energy drinks, but probably not the types of drinks we have on offer for you here. 

We will be going over each key ingredient, highlighting their key functions in your body and going over the many benefits they might have for you in terms of levelling up your exercise game or improving your general health!

What’s in the XITE Nootropic Drink?

Our nootropic drinks have been put together in a way that allows you to feel really good and focus on whatever you are doing. In addition to being zero sugar the drinks are super tasty and are loaded with many beneficial ingredients that make XITE drinks more than just an energy drink.

Here’s a break-down of some our key components:

L-Tyrosine

Tyrosine is an essential amino acid. Amino acids are essential building blocks for the proteins in your body. The body makes tyrosine from another amino acid called phenylalanine. It can also be found in dairy products, meats, fish, eggs, nuts, beans, oats, and wheat.

Tyrosine is involved in a lot of the brain’s processes and affects mental alertness. It is also effective against various stresses on the body including stress from cold climate conditions and noise.

If you’re pulling an all-night study session or need to be up really late, tyrosine has also been shown to help with the effects of sleep deprivation.


L-Carnitine

This is an amino acid derivative that is often taken in supplement form. Its role in the body is transforming fat into energy. Normally this compound is found in foods like beef, milk, cod fish, cheese and other sources. Most people are not deficient, but supplementing can still have beneficial effects.

Carnitine is good providing you an extra kick pre-workout, during exercise and after. You also end up burning fat a lot more during your workouts than you normally would so people often use this for weight loss purposes. This is possible due to carnitine speeding up your metabolism.


Green Coffee Beans

Generally coffee beans are processed and roasted. These are the beans we use for our daily coffee drinks. Roasting changes the bean’s taste, colour, aroma and most importantly: it changes the nutrient profile of the concentration.

Green coffee beans are not roasted. They remain totally raw and therefore the beans maintain a huge amount of chlorogenic acids which are thought to be beneficial to health. Green beans also contain less caffeine than regular coffee beans which can be good for regulating your consumption and reducing anxiety.

Green beans are rich in antioxidants and green beans also act as a powerful detoxifier.

Green coffee beans also have restorative effects that enhance psychomotor and cognitive performance and they prevent Alzheimer’s disease. The richness of caffeine increases the release of dopamine, the brain messengers that are believed to uplift mood, attention, alertness, brain function, and more.

 

Zinc

Zinc is an essential nutrient which means your body cannot produce or store it on its own. This means you have to help your system by consuming the right foods rich in this vital element. Zinc is naturally found in a wide variety of both plant based and animal foods. Traditional supplements can also work for boosting your Zinc levels.

Zinc is involved in just about every process of your body that you can think of. To highlight a few, Zinc is crucial for: cell growth and division, immune function, enzyme reactions, DNA synthesis, nervous system operations and protein production.

Benefits of adding Zinc to your diet include boosting your immune system and preventing disease (which is always important, but even more crucial during time of pandemic), accelerating the healing of wounds, reducing the risk of certain age-related diseases, reducing oxidative stress and inflammation as well as functioning as a cognitive enhancer.

 

Vitamin B

Ahh yes, good ol’ Vit B! No list of beneficial supplements is complete without this one. You really can’t go wrong with adding some Vitamin B to your diet. It is an essential brain-booster and great for overall health.

It’s not just a single chemical compound though. You may have heard of a Vitamin B complexwhich is simply a composition of 8 different Vitamin B types such as B3, B12, B6 etc.

A Vitamin B complex helps you boost the following functions: cell health, red blood cell growth, balanced energy levels, healthy brain function, proper nerve function and cardiovascular health.



Ginseng

Panax Ginseng has been a staple of traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. While not exactly a household name in the West, people have developed a growing awareness of Ginseng’s benefits in recent history and are increasingly enjoying its many benefits. 

Ginseng supplements are derived from a slow-growing and fleshy plant which comes in many varieties across Asia and America. The key things to focus on with this one is the powerful antioxidantpropertiesas well as the potent effects against tiredness and fatigue.

Benefits of the panax ginseng plant found in our nootropic bars include improved memory and mood, reduced inflammation, boosted immune system, potential anti-carcinogenic effects and more.

 

All of these ingredients combined in our energy drinks provide you with the perfect nootropic stack to help you think, feel, and focus at your absolute best


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