Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Support Your Fitness Goals

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Support Your Fitness Goals with Kyäni Nitro:
It’s a brand new year. A time for us to make ourselves better, to set new goals and to do whatever it takes to achieve them. And one of the most popular goals we set is the goal of fitness. Whether you want to shed a few pounds or just get moving more to feel better about yourself, there’s a good chance that during 2018 you want to get into better shape.

One important way you can support a healthy exercise habit is to take Kyäni Nitro three times each day. The more you exercise, the more your body can start to build up lactic acid, which gives you sore muscles and can cause that feeling of hitting “the wall.” Your body produces Nitric Oxide (NO) to maintain proper blood flow to the muscles and help you keep going. By improving your body’s production of Nitric Oxide, you can go a little farther on your run or get more reps in the weight room.

Dr. Thomas Burke of the Kyäni Scientific Advisory Board, tells us that “Kyäni’s Nitro products, both FX and Xtreme, contain nitrates from the noni plant. It is the nitrate that, once swallowed, is converted in the stomach to NO. The NO passes through the stomach wall and enters the bloodstream. It is rapidly picked up by red blood cells and is attached to hemoglobin. This is an efficient process for increasing your NO. Other approaches utilize an amino acid called L-arginine to generate NO, but the process is slower and require additional cofactors which, if inadequate, decrease NO synthesis.”

Kyäni Nitro products are truly unique in their ability to support a healthy lifestyle and help you meet the goals you set for yourself. And because many of your Customers are likely making similar goals to start the new year, make sure to recommend Nitro FX and Nitro Xtreme to promote increased energy and support a healthy circulatory system. When you create product advocates who embrace the the wellness benefits of Kyäni, you have a long-term source of income—and possibly even a potential team member who wants to share the benefits they have experienced with others.


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