Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Cheribundi is quickly becoming the drink choice of professional athletes

I was just sent some samples of Cheribundi tart cherry juices, and wow they are delicious. They have a new function line (basically a sports line) which is amazing for athletes. It helps a TON with muscle recovery and performance, and it boosts natural energy levels. This stuff also has melatonin in it which helps regulate the sleep cycle so that you get good night’s rest post-workout.
Something cool about this juice: it is consumed by over 90 professional sports teams including the 2013 Stanley Cup winners, the Chicago Blackhawks, and nobody really knows about it! I am trying to help spread the word on this super juice and its extensive benefits, so that other athletes can improve their own performance and their health.
One tiny 8oz bottle of Cheribundi’s Tart Cherry Juice™ (don’t let the name fool you-- they’re not that tart) packs 50 cherries. That’s a whole lot of fruit! And, cherries are unique because they contain extraordinarily high levels of anthocyanins -- a powerful antioxidant known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Athletes can use this to their advantage by integrating the juice into their diet in order to recover quickly after workouts and games. I mean, nothing can mess with your game more than sore muscles and joints, am I right?
But don’t take my word for it, try it out for yourself! Take the Cheribundi 7-Day Challenge, and see how it can improve your athletic performance and recovery:
The Cheribundi 7 Day Challenge
  • Rank your sleep, aches and pains, and muscle recovery, then drink Cheribundi for 7 days.
  • Drink two 8 oz. servings of Cheribundi Tart Cherry Juice, Tart Cherry Juice Light, Restore, Rebuild or Relax on the first day of the Challenge.
  • Then drink one 8 oz. serving each day for the next six days.
  • After the 7 days, rank your sleep, aches and pains and muscle recovery again.
Sign up here to take the Cheribundi 7-Day Challenge.
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