EIRO Research, a Dallas-based nutritional company, launched EIRO Energy, a natural, healthful alternative to conventional energy drinks, at its prelaunch convention on March 7.
EIRO Energy contains balanced levels of caffeine from natural sources, giving the mind and body a balanced boost. "So many energy drinks contain high levels of synthetic caffeine," explains David Rahm, MD, chief medical officer of EIRO Research. "EIRO Energy contains a caffeine equivalent of less than one cup of coffee. The effect of using only natural caffeine sources is a gradual decline, as opposed to the crash experienced with conventional drinks."
The company's new energy drink utilizes a proprietary energy and vitality blend of guarana, green tea, ginseng, and ginkgo biloba in a base of natural fruit juices, including black cherry, pomegranate, and blueberry -- all which provide important health-promoting antioxidants. EIRO Energy contains only natural sugars, and provides important vitamins, like vitamin C and B-complex vitamins.
"What's not in this product is almost as important as what is," said Chris Cucchiara, a Founding Partner at EIRO Research who is also a former bodybuilder and health enthusiast. "EIRO Energy contains no synthetic caffeine, no refined sugars, no preservatives, no taurine, and it's non-carbonated. It's perfect for people who are health-conscious who avoid energy drinks loaded with artificial ingredients and stimulants."
The natural energy drink was launched at EIRO's prelaunch convention in Dallas on March 7, along with new packaging. Featured speakers included Darren Hardy, publisher of Success Magazine, EIRO's chief medical officer, David Rahm, MD, and EIRO founding partners Bo Short, Ty Tribble, and Chris Cucchiara.
EIRO Energy is available in 8.4 oz cans and 12 unit case packs.
EIRO Research is a Dallas-based network marketing company specializing in the manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of premium, properly formulated nutritional products. For opportunity information, please visit www.eirorevolution.com. For media inquiries, please visit www.eiro.com.
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