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The ingredients used are:
1. Beet Root(1 medium sized approx 150 grams)
Beet Roots are good source of nitrates. A number of studies show that beetroot juice improves time to exhaustion during exercise (in other words, you have more energy for a longer period) and reduces the oxygen cost of exercise (1, 2).This happens due to the nitrate content in beet root which reduces the oxygen cost of endurance exercise by allowing you to burn less energy (ATP) to produce the muscular force that propels you forward, allowing you to last longer.
2.) Amla(Indian gossebery)[2 nos]
Working out produces free radicals, whose accumulation if left unchecked can cause inflammation.Antioxidants counter free radicals in the most comprehensive way. Amla being an excellent source of antioxidants is a great addition to your pre workout drink.
3.) Lemon[ 1 medium lemon ]
A great source of antioxidants and vitamin C. Adds a tangy taste to the drink also.
4.) Ginger[ 1 tbsp grated ginger ]
It has some amazing anti-inflammatory properties which can help in recovery after an intense workout.
5.)Black pepper[ According to taste ]
From helping in digestion, weight loss and having an amazing antioxidant potential black pepper also induces a great taste to any beverage.
Blend them all and have a kick ass workout.
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MCTs get their name because of the length of their chemical structure. All types of fatty acids are made up of strings of connected carbon and hydrogen. Fats are categorized by how many carbons they have: short-chain fats (like butyric acid) have fewer than six carbons, medium-chain fats have between 6–12 carbons and long-chain fats (like omega-3s) have between 13–21.
What makes MCTs a top source of essential healthy fats? Medium-chain fats are digested easily and sent directly to your liver, where they have a thermogenic effect and the ability to positively alter your metabolism. This is one reason why many people claim that MCTs, including coconut oil, are burned by the body for energy, or “fuel,” instead of being stored as fat.
Compared to longer-chain fats, MCTs are absorbed more easily since there’s less work for the body to do breaking apart carbon bonds. MCTs are smaller, so they can permeate our cell membranes more easily and don’t require that we use special enzymes in order for our bodies to utilize them.
MCTs and saturated fats are good for you in other ways, too: They reduce the risks of low-fat diets, and they’re supportive of your gut environment, especially since they have the capability to combat harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. Additionally, MCTs contain antioxidant properties, which is why coconut oil has far-reaching inflammatory benefits that have led it to be used to treat dozens of health problems in folk medicine for centuries.
Medium-chain fatty acids are capable of helping you:
Maintain a healthy weight — since they both make you feel full
Specifically reduce stored body fat — since they also raise your metabolic function
Have more energy
Think more clearly
Experience better digestion
Balance hormone levels
Improve your mood
Fight bacterial infection and viruses
Absorb fat-soluble nutrients from various foods