In: college students
March 25, 2014
Our testimonial today comes from a young college student. Ciara is in her fourth year at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. It is a four year medical school in which they learn to diagnose and treat patients therapeutically with a variety of natural holistic methods. Her story is a lot like other students, stressed out, long days, long nights leading to fatigue. Here is how her experience with our supplements went.
“As a personal testimonial, I heard about NADH from one of my instructors. I knew about NADH and its role in cellular energy metabolism from Biochemistry, nut was not aware of it being available as a supplement. I have suffered from chronic fatigue and adrenal burnout from increased stress since I started school three years ago. I decided to try the product. I have been taking ENADA 5mg daily in the morning for a little over one month now and have had absolutely phenomenal results.
Prior to beginning the NADH, I had daily fatigue, unable to exercise because of fatigue. I had no energy reserve at all, as I became very stingy of how I was going to spend my energy in any given day. I needed more and more coffee to remain somewhat alert. I had “brain fog,” I felt sluggish kind of like I had a cloud hanging over my body. I was sometimes forgetful and it was very difficult to wake up and stay focused in my studies. Even with taking an adrenal glandular supplement and dessicated thyroid, it did not help much. From the first day I took Enada, I noticed a different state of mind, was able to think clearly, and felt more energetic. I all of a sudden had mental clarity with a sharp state of mind, was able to think clearly and felt more energy, I was able to to start exercising for at least 30 min a day. My muscles used to get fatigued very quickly before, but now they don’t get as tired or painful, I could easily keep going for longer periods of time. I no longer need coffee to get me through the day. If I drink coffee now its by choice, not necessity.
I am so excited about the merits of this product as it has worked so well for me, I will continue to use if for myself and recommend or prescribe it to the many people I work with, as I already have.
November 27, 2012
November 21, 2012
The Holidays are here! Thanksgiving and Christmas means time with friends and family, and sometimes that can be exhausting. Many travel over the holidays and the usual coffee or energy drink used to keep one awake often results in crashing midday or horrible headaches. Your friends at Co-E1 want you try the all natural solution to burn out, fatigue, exhaustion, and compromised immune system. NADH strengthens cells in the human body by creating more energy. It is also responsible for stimulating crucial neurotransmitter such as dopamine and serotonin, necessary to properly function.
Don’t let fatigue, moodiness, and lack of focus ruin your holidays. Treat your health to Co-E1 energy supplements.
August 24, 2012
As August nears an end, many are scrambling to get back to a routine of schoolwork, transporting kids to and from school, athletic events, and executives may be loading up on overtime to prepare for holidays. Co-E1 is dedicated to making these transitions easy and healthy. The 10mg and 20mg line of Co-E1 products are designed to boost one’s immune system and increase energy production significantly. The great news is that these effects are fast-acting and have lifelong benefits if taken properly.
Instead of your morning cup of coffee, supplement with Co-E1 NATURAL energy products. You’ll get a amazing energy boost, mental clarity, stamina, and increased oxygen capacity. The secret to this is pure NADH! It’s made in our bodies and is now available in tablet form to supplement with.
What are you waiting for?! Head over to the website to learn more and while you’re at it use discount code AUG15 for 15%OFF! It’ll be the best purchase you’ve made all summer and help ease you into FALL!
August 15, 2012
Co-E1 Natural Energy Supplements boosts concentration! The number of students afflicted by a decline and impairment of their attention has risen dramatically in the last decade. The ability to focus on a certain subject for a longer period of time in class has vanished, to the distress of many teachers. It is related to adrenaline and dopamine pools in the brain-if levels of these hormones are exhausted, reduced attention is the consequence.
Many researchers conclude that a deficiency in adrenaline, dopamine, and acetylcholine is triggering this impairment, as these neurotransmitters are essential components for cognitive performance. Such performances that are hindered include vigilance, fast thinking, and short reaction times. A deficit may be because either too little of a substance is produced or too much is consumed. If an energy deficiency is present in the brain, the neurotransmitters are not synthesized in sufficient amounts.
Science tells us that the body needs NADH and oxygen for the production of ATP energy. Even if the brain has sufficient amounts of NADH available, an oxygen deficiency could lead to a lack of energy. Hence, a sufficient supply of oxygen for the cells (especially the cells in the brain) is an essential prerequisite for adequate energy production. Oxygen is supplied by the blood, driven by circulation. A reduced blood flow in the brain leads to a lack of oxygen in the nerve cells.
As students prepare to return back to school, Co-E1 is offering a BACK TO SCHOOL discount of 15% off with code AUG15 at www.co-e1.com.
July 30, 2012
With the Fall school semester fast approaching, many are beginning to stock up on notebooks, pens, and textbooks. As the end of summer vacation draws to a close, students will have to start preparing mentally and physically for long hours of studying, quizzes, midterms, and finals. According to an article written in USA Today, college students on average log in about 15 hours a week of just studying! Engineering students devote a whopping 19 hours a week!! That’s equivalent to a part-time job, which many students have in addition to school work. So how do they do it? How are these students going to school and focusing after staying up all night studying, working, and participating in extracurricular activities?
Many choose to power through their schedules with energy drinks and coffee. Others have been reported to go the extreme and turn to illegal use of prescription drugs such as Adderall. CEO of Co-E1 Natural Energy Supplements, Jonas McGilroy warns that stimulants such as Adderall are dangerous and can cause chronic cardiac problems if abused or taken inappropriately. According to teendrugabuse.org, Adderall works by sharpening one’s mental clarity, focus, and concentration. This prescription drug is an amphetamine and can be extremely addicting. Research indicates that Adderall abusers are significantly more likely to abuse other illegal substances. The alluring benefits of Adderall come with serious health consequences such as increased blood pressure, loss of appetite, slowed down growth rate, sexual dysfunction and depression to name a few. A young male posted on an Adderall Addict Forum, “I love addys been doing it all night not as good as coke but dam it gets the job done it just makes me better at life so I think.”