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D-Ribose Powder 45g

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D-Ribose improves the absorption of vital vitamins and minerals. It also increases energy.

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D-Ribose (or just “ribose”) is the cornerstone of energy production. In a research study by world-renowned energy expert Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, daily ribose intake increased energy an average of 61%! Magnesium Café D-Ribose is made with Bioenergy Ribose®, the best quality D-ribose on the planet. It is the only form of D-Ribose most knowledgeable health practitioners will recommend.

Bioenergy Ribose® is a natural, functional ingredient that restores and sustains energy production. The clinically-proven and patented ingredient also lessens muscle pain and stiffness.

Although ribose is technically a sugar (= five-carbon monosaccharide), it doesn’t raise blood sugar. In fact, there’s some evidence that it may help lower blood sugar. However, as a sugar, it has a sweet taste, which is great when added to water, drinks or sprinkled over foods.

What Is Ribose?

Ribose forms the cornerstone of important cellular compounds. You know, like our genetic material (DNA and RNA). That’s pretty important. It also forms part of many metabolic co-factors. Most importantly for athletes, ribose is the backbone of the body’s energy molecule, ATP (adenosine tri-phosphate). Without ATP, a cell dies almost instantly. All these important cell structures are build upon the foundation of ribose. If ribose production slows down, so do all the other cellular processes. The availability of ribose determines the rate at which the cell structures can be made.

Our bodies’ cells make ribose, but this process is slow in heart and muscle tissue. Ribose is present in all living matter, but only a small amount can be gained through food. Giving ribose under clinical trial conditions shows significant improvements in exercise endurance, recovery times, cramping and soreness. It also reduces fatigue in people suffering from energy depletion, such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and fibromyalgia.