WHAT IS IN BOMBAENERGY?
Root extract from
South America with a caffeine.
Inosit is a kind of vitamin B, an active agent
for the living cell. Inosit is regarded as a growth factor and reduces the
deposition of fat.
Through an increased output of adrenaline, the
breakdown of glycogens (energy reserves) and fat in the body is increased.
Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system and thus accelerates the
heartbeat. One bottle of BOMBA energy contains 62,5 mg to 80 mg caffeine. This
amount corresponds to the caffeine content of one cup of coffee.
Niacin is found in almost all living cells and is
required there for a number of biological reactions. Niacin plays an especially
important role in the metabolism and the digestion and breakdown of
carbohydrates, amino acids and fatty acids. Besides, Niacin is essential for the
normal functioning of our skin and our nervous system.
Pantothen acid is a compound related to
the group of B-vitamins. It intervenes in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fat
and amino acids. Furthermore, it is required for the synthesis of poryphyrin
(i.e. a component of the blood pigment hemoglobin), fatty acids, cholesterol and
gallic acid. It strengthens and intensifies the various detoxicating reactions,
increases the resistance of the mucous membranes against infections, improves
growth and pigmentation of hair and plays a part in the regulation of the
metabolism of epithelial cells and the skin.
Taurine is an amino acid which is found in the
human body and which has a detoxicating effect. During increased physical
efforts taurine has a positive effect on the circulatory system. Taurine
increases and regenerates tonicity. Taurine can also be viewed as the essence of
body power, because a shortage can only occur during physical efforts.
Vitamin B2 is very important in the process
of energy production from fat, carbohydrates and amino acids. Especially as a
metabolism catalyst it has very positive effects on skin health and growth.
Vitamin B6 is "the" vitamin for the
metabolism of proteins, i.e. the breakdown and recombination of amino acids, and
consequently represents an intersection of the metabolism of fats and
carbohydrates in the energy production process. Vitamin B6 contributes to a lot
of essential body functions and to the formation of certain tissue hormones.
Vitamin B12 is required by each cell and is
essential in the formation of red blood cells.
Repeated doses of vitamin C (1-2 g daily) may
help prevent and shorten colds; this also applies to spring fatigue. After only
30 minutes 0.5 to 1 g of vitamin C may refresh tired drivers for 3 to 4
Vitamin E has a favourable effect in patients
suffering from geriatric problems, problems of the cardiovascular system,
arteriosclerosis, injuries, etc. The administration of substantial quantities of
vitamin E also was one of the reasons given for the successes of the Australian
swimmers at the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne.
Sugar and glucose support the body when it reaches
a slump and give it a "sugar boost"
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