PepPod Energy Tablets Coming Soon to RonnieColemanNutrition.com

Each PepPod contains more than 75 plant-derived micronutrients, including amino acids, electrolytes, trace minerals and vitamins, as well as a small amount of caffeine derived from organic green tea.

The minerals found in PepPod are cold-water extracted from a prehistoric plant deposit in Utah. Whereas today’s common fruits and vegetables contain 30-40 minerals, soil that has not eroded can be more nutrient rich.

PepPod, an effervescent tablet designed to boost energy, focus and your immune system is coming soon to health and wellness e-commerce website RonnieColemanNutrition.com.

Each PepPod contains more than 75 plant-derived micronutrients, including amino acids, electrolytes, trace minerals and vitamins, as well as a small amount of caffeine derived from organic green tea. PepPod comes in single-count packets as well as 10-count tubes, and currently comes in two flavors: citrus and berry.

Drop a PepPod in water — or any drink of your choice — to replenish nutrients, feel more alert and boost your immune system. PepPod is sugar-free, gluten-free and certified non-GMO.

Many people lack thiamin, riboflavin, pyridoxine, niacin, pantothenic acid and other natural vitamins necessary for cells to produce energy. PepPod attempts to provide an ideal balance of these micronutrients. These micronutrients are as essential as macronutrients for our bodies to maintain homeostasis and help prevent chronic disease.

“Our vitamin, mineral, electrolyte and amino acids were chosen in form and quantity to replenish your body’s nutrient profile,” PepPod CEO Jennifer Pearce said. “Genomic stability requires the right balance of nutrients, so small amounts of caffeine and ginseng are used to boost energy and focus. Caffeine also helps your body absorb micronutrients like vitamin B12. On the other hand, too much caffeine will inhibit absorption of other nutrients, so we have selected the optimal amount.”

The minerals found in PepPod are cold-water extracted from a prehistoric plant deposit in Utah. Whereas today’s common fruits and vegetables contain 30-40 minerals, soil that has not eroded can be more nutrient rich. PepPod provides nutrients that vegetables have lost over time, due to modern farming…

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