Dear Fellow ALPHA,
You and I have at least one thing in common, we both crave improvement. We look to the future and we see ourselves becoming something better than we are today. Maybe you, like me, crave increased strength, clearer thoughts and extra energy.
What if you could experience all of these things while also experiencing less burnout and increased positivity? I know it sounds too good to be true, however, research is proving it's more possible than you might imagine.
For years, I have been searching for a supplement to take during those times when I needed an extra “pick me-up” and didn’t want to take another cup of coffee or get “wired” by taking a pre-workout. I stumbled upon the amino acid, tyrosine. In case you are unaware, tyrosine is a naturally occurring amino acid found in meats, nuts and vegetables like avocado’s.
With a little research I found tyrosine has a rich history of helping athletes increase their performance. Plus, tyrosine is the precursor for key neurotransmitters in the brain that are responsible for experiencing pleasure and elevated mood which can possibly help alleviate depressive episodes. Later in this article I will discuss the connection between tyrosine and increased moods.
Tyrosine's effect on performance enhancement, especially strength, has been widely known for sometime. In fact, almost 15 years ago, the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism reported athletes who supplemented with tyrosine prior to exercise demonstrated increased strength and endurance.
In addition to increased strength, tyrosine as mentioned earlier is the precursor for a key neurotransmitter - specifically dopamine. This is fascinating because dopamine is the neurotransmitter responsible for pleasure and increased mood. Looking back I noticed some of my personal strength records have occurred on days I supplemented with tyrosine and they were also some of my most enjoyable workouts. It's as if I stumbled upon a mind/muscle connection, a supplement which increased workouts and moods!
When our team at RAM was formulating NEURO Z3 we set out to create a product that turned up the intensity in our workouts, did away with burnout and increased our mood at the same time. Knowing the science as well as the "real world" data we had felt ourselves, we immediately knew a solid dose of tyrosine had to be included.
A great aspect to tyrosine is that it seems to perform well on its own, independent of other products. Taken without another product it can produce wonderful results however, we believe the real power to tyrosine is its synergistic effects.
When a product has synergistic qualities it becomes more effective when it's "stacked" with other products. This is why people who take NEURO Z3, which contains tyrosine, with a cup of coffee or energy drink notice its effectiveness seems to be increased. This is directly due to the synergistic effects of tyrosine.
I have noticed if I take a supplement containing tyrosine on an empty stomach I feel the effects quicker and more pronounced. On the rare times I take it with food, the effects seem to take longer to "kick in." It should be noted that if you are taking medications, have or suspect you have a health concern of any kind you should talk with your healthcare provider before taking a new supplement.
We are so excited about the effects we have noticed that we want to share it with you. If you are interested in taking NEURO Z3 for a test drive and seeing if it provides you with the same energy, clarity and increased workouts that we have noticed, click here and try it for yourself! We guarantee you will be satisfied.
We'll even pay 100% of the shipping!!
In conclusion, we live in busy but exciting times. People like us, who are always on the go, can now rest assured mental and physical burnout just might be a thing of the past! Plus, you might just get that PR on your next workout.
Until next time,
Attack your life with passion!
Co-Founder and CEO, RAM
1. “Dopamine Supplements to Improve Depression Symptoms, Mood, and Motivation.” University Health News, 19 Oct. 2017
2.Erin E. Sutton, Regina Coll, Patricia A. Deuster. Ingestion of Tyrosine: Effects on Endurance, Muscle Strength, and Anaerobic Performance. International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 2005, 15, 173-185.