NBC morning show segment features natural energy-boosting tips

April 22nd, 2014
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If you’re tired, reaching for Bioenergy Ribose is a safe and effective way to boost your energy levels. Holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos cautioned Tampa Daytime viewers that some energy drinks are loaded with caffeine and sugar. “They might spike your energy levels temporarily, but then you crash later,” she said. D-ribose, which is used by several Olympic and world-class athletes, “helps to improve energy levels, endurance [and] performance” for anyone trying to exercise or work through a busy day. Torkos added, “It helps to reduce … muscle soreness, fatigue and give you that sustained energy.” Ribose is made by every cell in the body, but it can be used up quickly when your body needs energy. Because significant ribose concentrations are not found in any foods, Torkos suggested that viewers look for Bioenergy Ribose in supplement form.

The Better Show viewers learn about Bioenergy Ribose and sustained energy

June 12th, 2013
Better TV

People often need an energy boost to keep up with their demanding lives, but is caffeine alone enough? Caffeine is a stimulant; it can’t create more energy once you’ve exhausted your stores. Co-hosts Audra Lowe and JD Roberto invited holistic pharmacist and author Sherry Torkos to their show to discuss the alternatives. She recommends Bioenergy Ribose. Ribose occurs naturally in each cell and accelerates the reformation of ATP, the source of cellular energy. Taking ribose regularly may improve cell recovery, lower muscle fatigue and help maintain higher energy levels.

Houston TV viewers learn natural options for boosting energy

April 8th, 2013
KHOU

Great Day Houston (KHOU TV) viewers enjoyed a valuable segment describing natural, safe alternatives to over-the-counter drugs which may have adverse side effects. For energy, pharmacist Sherry Torkos recommended both green tea and Bioenergy Ribose. She explained that ribose works at a cellular level to help restore energy plus it provides sustained energy. She added that supplemental ribose may also reduce muscle pain and stiffness. Ribose is used by Olympic athletes, people who are serious about fitness, and by others who simply want something that will give them sustained energy.

Chicago TV news viewers learn about benefits of D-Ribose

April 5th, 2013
Bioenergy WLS

ABC 7 News (WLS in Chicago) recently featured a segment on natural energy boosters. Anchors Linda Yu and Sylvia Perez welcomed holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos, who described better ways to get energy and named a number of alternatives to sugary products including green tea as well as foods and supplements fortified with D-Ribose. Torkos explained that ribose works at the cellular level to provide sustained energy and aid muscle recovery. She commented that products made with D-Ribose are used by Olympic athletes because of their intense physical activity, but may also be used by the average person for their work outs as well as by people coping with daily fatigue who want to boost their energy reserves. She ran out of time before she could also mention that Bioenergy Ribose has a negative glycemic index and does not raise blood sugar levels like most sugars. It is Kosher certified, Halal, allergen free and non-GMO.