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BLS President talks to FoodBev.com at Vitafoods

During the 20th anniversary of Vitafoods 2016, Mark Johnson, president of Bioenergy Life Science, talked with Darren Wood of FoodBev Media about Bioenergy Ribose. Mark explained that Ribose is a natural sugar that the body makes and uses to produce the energy molecules for cells within the body. It was also detailed that by increasing ribose intake consumers would have increased energy recovery, maintain energy levels in heart and muscle tissue, and that it would also support heart health.

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Olympic triathletes talk about benefits of Bioenergy Ribose at IM2016

Greg and Laura Bennett, Olympic triathletes, got up on the main stage at Ingredients Marketplace April 28, 2016 to talk about the benefits of Bioenergy Ribose and how they use it.  They have been using Bioenergy Ribose since 2008 to help give them have the energy they need to get through the long, hard days of training and help them compete better (against those half their age!).  It especially helps them recover and have the motivation and energy to get that second workout of the day completed in a strong fashion.  They also talk about how Bioenergy Ribose helps them sleep better, especially when they are training hard, because it helps their muscles relax.  So they start their day with a scoop of Bioenergy Ribose in their coffee and end their day with a scoop before bed. And on most days they add another scoop midday to help avoid that afternoon crash.  It's all about having sustainable energy to help you get through your busy day.   Visit TEAM RIBOSE to learn more about how athletes use Bioenergy Ribose.  Browse our home page, bioenergyribose.com, to learn more about the science and applications.

Greg and Laura Bennett Share Secrets for Better Energy: #1 is Bioenergy Ribose

Greg and Laura Bennett shared their secret to better energy (Bioenergy Ribose) with Joana Canals on the "Colorado's Best" TV show that aired LIVE on August 6, 2013 on KWGN-TV.  The Bennetts talked about their successes as triathletes and what keeps them moving.  Things they discussed included Bioenergy RIbose, egg whites, clean protein, fat free foods like avocados, gluten free products, recovery, "prehab" (ways to get the body loosened up) and much more.  Watch and learn from the pros!

Rogue nutritionist Jonny Bowden talks about Bioenergy Ribose on Hallmark Channel

Cristina Ferrare and Mark Steines, hosts of Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family show, welcomed guest Jonny Bowden to describe the benefits of supplementing their diets with Bioenergy Ribose. The Rogue Nutritionist explains that ribose is the foundation of ATP, the energy producing molecule. Every muscle in our body benefits from increased stores of ATP, especially the heart which never gets a vacation. He recommends Bioenergy Ribose to his athletes as supplemental ribose may also help counter muscle stiffness and pain.

Sherry Torkos shares natural energy alternatives to stimulants with "Better TV" audience

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, "Better TV", 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. (Show aired ~April 30, 2013.)

Los Angeles TV viewers learn what to eat after a workout

Intense workouts are great, but if you’re too sore and fatigued to exercise the next day maybe you need to look closer at your fitness strategy. Diet and fitness expert JJ Virgin made a guest appearance on KTTV in Los Angeles to share her best advice for getting in shape for summer. She explained that consuming patented and clinically proven Bioenergy Ribose after a workout will help sustain and restore energy levels. It also helps your muscles not to be so sore, both pre- and post-exercise. In this video clip, she reveals her easy recipe for a delicious recovery shake which can be made with Ribose.

Chicago TV news viewers learn about benefits of D-Ribose

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 in 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.

Houston TV viewers learn natural options for boosting energy (Ribose)

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. In addition to capsules and powders, Bioenergy Ribose can be found in many nutrition enhanced waters, energy drinks and other functional beverages.

Olympic athletes talk about Bioenergy Ribose -- Benefits (1 of 4)

Each member of Team Ribose talks about how they use Bioenergy Ribose for energy, recovery and endurance.  The athletes talk about how they first started using Bioenergy Ribose.  They stress the importance of using it consistently to get the most benefit from it.  The biggest benefit: sustained energy!  "Our battery is recharged."  They have the same level of energy for that tough afternoon workout as they do for their first morning workout. It also helps them sleep better because ribose helps their muscles relax.

Team Ribose (left to right): Susan Francia, Olympic Gold Medal Rower; Greg Bennett, 7-time World Cup Champion Decathlete; Laura Bennett, Olympic Triathlete and Bryan Clay, Olympic Gold Medal Decathlete.

Olympic athletes talk about Bioenergy Ribose - How to Take It (2 of 4)

Each member of Team Ribose talks about how they use Bioenergy Ribose for energy, recovery and endurance. They discuss how they take it--they put it in their coconut water, protein shakes, coffee, juice, and other beverages. They all say it tastes good and like how it adds just a little sweetness to their favorite beverages.

Team Ribose (left to right): Susan Francia, Olympic Gold Medal Rower; Greg Bennett, 7-time World Cup Champion Triathlete; Laura Bennett, Olympic Triathlete and Bryan Clay, Olympic Gold Medal Decathlete.

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