Fat Burning Morning Jumpstart

How do I start my mornings? Well let me tell ya... I get asked this a lot as not only do I live a very active lifestyle, but my line of work is very active as well. In order to perform and give my best to my clients I have to take care of myself. This includes nutrition, exercise and supplementation. Starting the morning with a boost is the way to go for me.

While I love the flavor and aroma of a cup coffee occasionally, its not my daily go-to in the am, especially on days that I am on high demand. I need something that gives me long lasting energy for hours without the typical "crash". Ever since I discovered MochaTonix®, it was a game changer! I keep a canister at my home and office at all times and have travel packets I  take with me when i'm on the go. I share with my friends and they all love it!

Not only does it help with energy and mental focus,  but it helps to boost a sluggish metabolism as well! 🔥

Having energy nowadays can be life changing!

 

MochaTonix® is a nutritionally balanced drink. Not only does it provide key nutrients for optimal health, it also provides a pleasant boost of energy and stimulates weight loss. nutraMetrix MochaTonix's advanced formula features a patented ingredient, Advantra Z®, which helps burn fat and increase physical performance. Derived from the Chinese herb citrus aurantium, Advantra Z promotes lipolysis, the breakdown of fat, and thermogenesis, the production of body heat in muscle and fat. When coupled with an exercise routine, nutraMetrix Mochatonix provides a dramatic edge to hectic, sometimes overwhelming, lives. nutraMetrix MochaTonix provides increased energy and physical performance, because the body can efficiently convert free fatty acids released from stores of fat into additional energy.*

 

In addition promoting thermogenesis and lipolysis, nutraMetrix MochaTonix is a powerful mental enhancer, delivering essential nutrients to the brain to support the normal synthesis of necessary noradrenalin, an important neurotransmitter, to promote alertness, concentration and clarity. It helps to re-supply critical amino acids and hormones that are lost because of busy schedules and overconsumption of caffeinated drinks. This supports mental clarity and focus, helping you achieve maximum mental activity for the daily grind.*

 

From ginkgo biloba to Advantra Z and B-vitamins, nutraMetrix MochaTonix will heighten your energy, alertness and endurance. nutraMetrix MochaTonix contains a myriad of proven, natural ingredients that offer a wide range of benefits.

How do I like my Mocha?

There are many ways to enjoy this delicious beverage. My clients have also shared some of their ideas. My favorite flavors are Cappuccino and Mocha.

  1. Sip it warm - I enjoy a warm drink in the morning so I simply mix it with hot water. Sometimes I like to add a little coconut or almond milk as well. 
  2. Shake it Up- Some like to add a twist to their smoothie.
  3.  On the Go- Take it with you, perhaps on your way to the gym, but especially on long days!

I personally recommend starting with half a scoop (or half an envelope) and see how you feel. That may be enough for you. Everyone is different, learn about your body and becoming selfaware is important for wellness.

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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