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Old 08-01-2006, 09:55 AM
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Bigmac / Anyone else heard of this? (New Focus Pill)

New Energy & Focus Boosting Pill To Be Banned?

Sparks Controversy Across America

Dateline Denver, CO: For the past eight months Olympic and professional athletes have been using a controversial, new energy and focus pill to boost their performance on the playing field. Now tired, average Americans have picked up on this trend and are using this same pill to kick-start their performance in everyday life.

Asinafinil--better known as Energy Matrix--is fast becoming America's newest "go pill." Made by Global Nutrition Sciences (GNS), a private research-based firm outside of Denver, CO., Energy Matrix is a central-nervous-system pill that promotes physical energy, hyper-focus, and mental alertness. For example, sleep deprived users of Energy Matrix report being able to function normally at work without rest for periods up to 48 hours. In addition, rested users have reported up to a 248% boost in perceived physical energy and a 277% elavation in mental focus.

Recently some progressive doctors have started recommending Energy Matrix to their patients as a natural fatigue-fighter for over-stressed and sleep deprived Americans including:
airline pilots, new parents, long-haul truckers, and for those suffering from "shift-worker sleep disorder," a disruption of the body's natural wake/sleep cycle caused by odd work hours.

Users say the pill doesn't make them jittery the way caffeine does--and the effects last much longer. Two capsules restores physical energy, focus, and alertness as effectively as three tall lattes--without the jittery side effects--all at a cost of just 27 cents a pill. Furthermore, all the research data shows that the key ingredients in this energizing dietary supplement have no side effects or none of the addictive qualities of amphetamines like Dexedrine.

The U.S. military is also taking note. Studies conducted by the armed forces indicate that one of Energy Matrix's key ingredients can delay fatigue and raise both mental and physical performance in soldiers under stressful situations.
(1,2,3,4) The Air Force's Warfighter Fatigue Countermeasures Program is even administering key nutrients in Energy Matrix to fighter pilots on long night missions over the Middle East.

Scientists say Energy Matrix works by increasing the three main parts of total body energy including:

1.) Mental energy (including mood) by naturally elevating key neurotransmitters (brain chemicals; like acetylcholine, dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine), that are responsible for transporting "chemical messages" throughout your brain and from your brain to your body. And by reducing dangerous radicals that impair cognitive function making you feel tired and lazy.
Nutrients like gotu kola (found in Energy Matrix), have been shown to boost brain function by destroying these toxic radicals and having an antioxidant effect. (6) Green tea extract also has these powerful antioxidant benefits. But new research suggests it also increases metabolism to burn stored body fat(5)--good news for dieters.

2.) Internal energy requires thermogenesis, or an increase in heat production, which leads not only to fat burning effects but also a boost in energy levels. Energy Matrix's powerful, patented compound bioperine(R) has been shown to not only enhance the absorption of other nutrients in the formula (it is actually patented for this purpose--US Patent #5,744,161) but to also maximize thermogenesis, which supports fat loss and energy production.

3.) Physical energy occurs when the body adapts to stress more efficiently. Energy Matrix's adaptogens (herbs), such as ginseng and Rhodiola rosea have been shown in studies to fight stress and raise ATP (energy) levels dramatically (6). The results of 35 years of intensive clinical studies on Rhodiola rosea performed at the prestigious Institute of Medical and Biological Problems show that this nutrient delays fatigue and maximizes energy utilization. With increased physical energy it's no surprise that 87% of Energy Matrix users have reported a significant boost in "romantic energy."

Energy Matrix also contains effective doses of vitamins B-6 and B-12, which are necessary to unlock energy from carbohydrates and they can even support energy levels directly.
What's more, Energy Matrix utilizes an advanced timed release technology that releases evenly over an 8-10 hour period so energy levels are sustained and don't drop off.

The controversy over Energy Matrix seems to come from the pharmaceutical industry. These corporations are trying to stop the sale of popular, non-prescription dietary supplements, like Energy Matrix, to average Americans. Many of these giant drug companies are demanding that certain natural ingredients be banned so those in search of a replacement must get a doctor's prescription and pay ten times the price for their prescription "anti-fatigue" medications. And the drug giants seem to be winning this war with their unstoppable lobbying power, despite the uproar from groups around the country who support natural supplement alternatives.

At this time, the future of Energy Matrix is unknown to its 100,000+ users across the country. However, because it could be banned at any time, the manufacturer (GNS) is clearing out their remaining inventory at deep discounts. Furthermore, GNS is so confident they promise to buy back Energy Matrix if it doesn't work wonders for you.

GNS is a proud member of the Better Business Bureau.

For ordering information visit below or copy the link into your address bar:


Or call Global Nutrition Sciences (GNS) directly at 1.800.595.4670 from 8 to 5 MDT, Monday through Friday.

Scientific References Cited:

1) Deijen JB, et al., "Tyrosine improves cognitive performance and reduces blood pressure in cadets after one week of a combat training course," Brain Res Bull (1999) 48 (2) :203-209.
2) Neri DF, et al., "The effects of tyrosine on cognitive performance during extended wakefulness," Aviat Space Environ Med (1995) 66 (4) : 313-319.
3) Salter CA. "Dietary tyrosine as an aid to stress resistance among troops," Mil Med (1989) 154 (3) : 144-146.
4) Owasoyo JO, et al., "Tyrosine and its potential use as a countermeasure to performance decrement in military sustained operations," Aviat Space Environ Med (1992) 63(5): 364-369.
5) Dulloo AG, et al., "Efficacy of a green tea extract rich in catechin polyphenols and caffeine in increasing 24-h energy expenditure and fat oxidation in humans," Am J Clin Nutr (1999) 70 (6):1040-1045.
6) Kelley, GS." Rhodiola rosea: a possible plant adaptogen,"
Altern Med Rev 6.3 (2001): 293-302.
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Old 08-04-2006, 11:36 AM
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Save your money. If you feel that you are tyrosine-deficient, buy L-tyrosine supplements.
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Old 08-04-2006, 12:12 PM
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That's what I thought,

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What are you saying Steve, I'm too tired to read through all of that?
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