Sex Tip: Health drinks Hollywood’s new aphrodesiac?
October 31, 2007 at 5:18pm by Kristi Gustafson
The correlation here is a little weak, although I will give the company this: no one can argue that if you feel better and more energetic you naturally feel sexier. That said, here is the 411 on EBOOST.
In Hollywood, a healthy body has always been a better ticket to a healthy libido. Health drinks, like the celebrity fave EBOOST, is said to rev up your sex life by giving you a natural energy boost that is invigorating both mentally and physically.
Celebs, models and musicians like Heidi Klum, Seal, Lance Armstrong, Kyle McLaughlin, Victoria Beckham, Molly Sims, The Rock, Jon Bon Jovi and others use EBOOST daily to support their immune systems. EBOOST is said to help combat stress and fatigue and improve mental clarity. Key ingredients for a healthy life and healthy libido.
EBOOST is available in tablets or powder. It packs a powerful punch of B12, C magnesium, zinc, potassium, amino acids and 5-HTP (for mental clarity – not the “jitters”). The EBOOST people are marketing it as a natural version of its predecessors (Airborne, Emergen-C and Berocca).
It’s available at upscale minibars, including those at the W, Mondrian and Delano hotels, aboard NetJets and select spas. You can also order online at www.eboost.com.
An EBOOST tube contains 10 tablets for $11.50 or a box of 24 packets of powder for $22.50.
From Times Union: EBOOST as Aphrodesiac?
October 31, 2007
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