Saturday, August 06, 2011




As much as I enjoy the super-caffeinated, heart-stopping, pulse-pounding energy supplements from time to time, I equally enjoy the more natural and mature way of energizing your body. No, I'm not talking about working out and sleeping well, remember I review energy products. I'm talking about products like Phix. Phix is a drink mix that comes in three flavors: Tropic, Citron, and Teaberry. The Tropic flavor is the one I tried. The packaging is simple, yet sophisticated and mature. I  mixed the powder with about 16 ounces of water and what came out was a pink colored liquid. The flavor isn't bad, but it could use some work. It tasted fruity, yet artificial, which is odd because it has no artificial ingredients. It does however, use Stevia, which gives it that artificial sweetener taste. The ingredients section is where this product really shines, utilizing a brand new ingredient that was introduced to the market just 16 years ago. I'll get to that in a second, but in the meantime, here's what else it has: 25 percent daily value of vitamin b1, 25 percent daily value of vitamin b2, 25 percent daily value of niacinamide (vitamin b3), 31 percent daily value of vitamin b6, 25 percent daily value of folic acid, 42 percent daily value of vitamin b12, 4 percent daily value of biotin, 25 percent daily value of chromium, and a 1,600 milligram energy blend consisting of 80 milligrams of caffeine from yerba mate, eleuthero, catechins from decaffeinated green tea extract, and maltodextrin. And then there's the special ingredient. Are you ready for it? Are you sure? Ok, it's Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotiden. NADH for short. Don't worry though, despite having a scary sounding name, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotiden is actually pretty good for you, and could probably be compared with Gingko Biloba or Coenzyme Q10. So, does this new ingredient work? Well, it's hard to tell if it does work, but I can safely say that this product works. I had in in the morning and it is a great pick me up. It's hard to compare it something, but it's a smooth, jitter-free lift. All in all, this Phix stuff looks quite promising. Perhaps we will see more companies use Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotiden. 8 out of 10.

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