unfair advantage

Bulletproof Unfair Advantage

£62.17

Bulletproof Unfair Advantage Benefits:

  • Promotes heart cell and nerve cell function
  • Enhances mitochondrial function, your cells’ power plants
  • Helps make the energy you need for peak performance in physical workouts
  • Bio-identical ActivePQQ™ and CoQ10
  • Patented colloidal delivery technology for maximum effect

Description:

  • 1 carton of Unfair Advantage containing 30 Mini-Shots™ (1 month supply)
  • 30 Ampules Net Contents 120 ML

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Product Description

Your cells contain mitochondria (power plants) that directly create the energy that is fundamental to life itself. You can help to achieve your maximum mental and physical potential by making your mitochondria better. Stronger mitochondria make for stronger brains and stronger bodies.. Unfortunately, the enormous amount of energy produced by your mitochondria make them susceptible to free radical damage and decay as you age.[8-10]

Until recently, the only known way to increase the effectiveness of your mitochondria was to perform exhausting physical workouts, train at high altitude, or practice extreme caloric restriction. (Well, there’s also The Bulletproof Diet…)

But there’s another way…

You can supercharge your mitochondria with an instant “shortcut” that delivers a brand new, activated form of a cellular nutrient called pyrroloquinoline quinine – commonly known as PQQ. Adding the new ActivePQQ™ form of this “missing link” to your brain and body can make you feel like you’re flipping on a switch of clean-burning energy.

This is where Unfair Advantage™ comes in.

PQQ in the disodium salt form is often degraded by stomach acid reducing bioavailability and absorption. Which means that you may not get the potential benefits at a cellular level. Unfair Advantage PQQ uses a proprietary pre-colloidal delivery technology to create ultra-fine particles of ActivePQQ ™. By delivering the right form of PQQ with the right delivery system, the bioavailability and absorption of this product is enhanced, supporting your mitochondrial health.

When you open up the Mini-Shot™ and swallow about a teaspoon of Unfair Advantage, it quickly goes to work recharging your mitochondria to renew your body and mind at a cellular level.

Unfair Advantage has such a profound effect on your mental and physical energy, even though it doesn’t contain a trace of caffeine or any other common “stimulant”…

This ground-breaking delivery method will give you a energy boost from your mitochondria pumping out more power for your body, and brain, to help you perform at your highest level.

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Additional Information

Weight 300 g