EBOOST was featured in a side by side comparison with Emergen-C at Hollywood Dump. We boosted to victory. Below are a few choice snippets from the review, and you can read the full account here.
A Side-by-Side Comparison
“Looking at the two products side by side is where you really start to see the differences between them. Sure, they both contain 1,000 mg of vitamin C, but EBOOST takes the vitamins and minerals a step further. EBOOST contains a whopping 10 TIMES more vitamin B-12, which increases energy and helps to maintain healthy blood and nerve cells. E-Boost also has 100 mcg of folate, which helps to produce and maintain new cells in the body and may also prevent changes to DNA, which can lead to cancer. (look it up for yourself.)
EBOOST also contains more magnesium, chromium, and potassium than Emergen-C. It has only 5 calories, 1 gram of carbohydrates, no artificial colors or flavors and no sugar. Damn! How’d they do all that?
The differences were night and day between the two. EBOOST won hands down… I could tell that the niacin in EBOOST was starting to do its thing, opening blood vessels and giving me that initial rush feeling. After about 20 minutes, I felt as if I had consumed an energy drink. About 10 minutes later, I felt totally alert. I was energetic but not hyper, pumped but not jittery and overall just felt really awake. By comparison, I didn’t notice any real increased benefits on the day I took Emergen-C.
OK, enough of the science. How does it taste? Again, its EBOOST by a mile. Emergen-C has always sort of tasted like a ground up vitamin C tablet; kind of tart and with a slight chemical taste. EBoost on the other hand, just tasted like orange soda. Slightly fizzy, but definitely not hugely carbonated. It was refreshing and tasted great.
Bottom line: EBOOST works and it works well, blowing Emergen-C clear out of the water.“
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