Life sometimes asks of us to perform that little bit better to reach our goals. Whether it’s a particularly hard day at the office, an important meeting with clients, a one-on-one with the boss, a tough game of your sport of choice, a long drive or a strenuous workout, Turbo Energy can help you put in the extra effort that is needed.
Turbo Energy is a unique product, and with the amount of electrolytes present in the product, it is not just another energy drink. Athletes not only exercise and improve their physical performance with the aid of the product, but also their mental energy when studying for exams. With a demanding programme you need a product that keeps you going at full pace.
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Mental & Physical alertness
Suitable for athletes
May prevent cramps
May prevent dehydration
Pack size: Turbo Energy is available in two flavours, the original Turbo Energy flavour and mixed berries flavour. Turbo Energy is available as single sachets, in packs of 15 sachets and packs of 30 sachets.
The following rundown of Turbo Energy’s ingredients illustrates how it can benefit you:
Turbo Energy contains fructose (Sugar), which has the ability to give you that boost of physical energy that you might need. It is particularly effective during sport. Fructose is also permitted for use by diabetics.
The caffeine in Turbo Energy gives you a boost of mental energy and makes you feel alert and awake – perfect for when you’ve had a hard night of partying and need to be your best at work the following day, or whenever you need to be mentally strong.
Turbo Energy is unique in that it contains mineral salts that prevent you from dehydrating during exercise or when you are recovering from illness.
Because Turbo Energy is sold in powder form it doesn’t contain any alcohol like many of its competitors.
Refer to patient information leaflet regarding possible side effects.
Take one sachet dissolved in half a glass of water one hour before driving, studying, training, game or race for alertness and to prevent dehydration, cramps and loss of energy.
One sachet three times a day.
Frequently asked questions
Is Turbo Energy safe for use in competitive sport?
May diabetics use Turbo Energy?
Turbo Energy contains Fructose that may be present in a diabetics diet, unlike sucrose which is not permitted. It may be ideal for diabetic use and has proven so in many cases.