What is BoostPro?
BoostPro is a natural vitamin c supplement made from Acerola. It can help to boost your intake of vitamin C if it is lacking in the diet, or if larger amounts are needed.
Usually, large amounts can create a digestive upset. One way to get around this is to use IV Vitamin C, however with BoostPro, that may not be necessary.
BoostPro is a dietary supplement that contains Quercetin which is a flavonoid present in fruits and vegetables. It also contains methylsulfonylmethane which is an organosulfur compound found in some plants and trimethylglycine, which is an amino acid derivative from plants.
BoostPro - Loaded With Vitamin C From Acerola
Sometimes the vitamin C content in foods can vary depending on the state of crops, soils, the environment, and levels of pesticides. Whilst common sources are oranges and broccoli, Acerola cherries have one of the highest concentrations of natural vitamin C. Acerola also contains other vitamins, minerals, and is a source of dietary antioxidants.
- May help to support and balance the immune system
- May support iron absorption from food
- May help the body to support the maintenance of gums, bones, cartilage, and connective tissue.
- Does not cause stomach upset
The standard ascorbate powders used in most vitamin C supplements can vary in quality and may come from manufacturing plants that may use heavy metals and excipients.
BoostPro key ingredients
Natural Vitamin C.
The difference with BoostPro compared to a lot of other Vitamin C drinks/supplements is that BoostPro contains one of the highest quality sources of natural Vitamin C from Acerola cherries.
GMS-ribose is a naturally occurring pentose sugar and is an energy source that the body can make from food.
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is a sulfur molecule derived from plants.
Quercetin is a flavonoid present in fruits and vegetables.
Mix 1 sachet with water for a delicious refreshing fruit-flavored drink. As a dietary supplement, take a single sachet of BoostPro once a day or before a workout as needed. Always read the label. Supplements should not replace a balanced diet.