The health of your adrenal glands is absolutely vital to your well-being and overall performance. The adrenal glands play a huge role in producing the hormones we need, particularly during times of stress.
Rigorous training and cardiovascular activity tends to strain the adrenal glands and may prevent them from functioning optimally. Add in the effects of dieting, dehydration, lack of sleep, or any stimulant found in a pre-workout and adrenal function may be drastically impaired, bringing your weight loss to a standstill and shooting your cortisol levels through the roof.
MuscleSport® developed Adrenal Revolution because strong adrenal support is key for athletes at every level. We've crafted a full adrenal support formula that can help reduce adrenal fatigue, minimize stress, and decrease stimulant tolerance.
We accomplished this by using the following key ingredients:
- Ashwagandha Root - An adaptogen, that helps the body deal with physical, emotional, and psychological stressors.
- Vitamin C- A powerful antioxidant that may also reduce cortisol levels and offer other neuroprotective effects.
- Rhodiola Rosea Root Extract - Supports the neurological mechanisms that process stress.
- Tyrosine – A direct precursor to thyroxine and to the neurotransmitters dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine; Tyrosine may lower stress levels and improve overall mood.
The effects of adrenal fatigue can be disastrous if ignored. High levels of fatigue, a weakened immune system, and suppressed hormone production can put a serious damper on your fitness goals.
Adrenal Revolution will help reset your adrenal system and have you performing at your best.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Q: What is the best way to take Adrenal Revolution?
A: As a dietary supplement, take one serving (3 capsules) with food.
Q: What is the main role of the adrenal gland in the body?
A: The adrenal glands produce hormones that help the body control blood sugar, burn protein and fat, react to stressors, like a major illness or injury, and regulate blood pressure.
Q: What other MuscleSport products do you recommend stacking with Adrenal Revolution?
A: We recommend stacking Adrenal Revolution with any of our pre workouts; especially if you feel like you have built up a tolerance to caffeine or other stimulants. Adrenal Revolution should also be used between cycles of any stimulant-based fat burners.
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