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Optimal B Awake

Optimal B Awake

  • Helps you gain immediate energy without the crash
  • Increases mental clarity and focus
  • Enhances mood
  • Provides your body with a healthy alternative to caffeine and does not tax adrenal glands
Recommended Dose: Take 2 capsules as needed in the morning or early afternoon with food.
 
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Naturally Boost Mental and Physical Energy Without the Crash

Whole Food Fuel

Supplies your body with a complete, potent array of B vitamins you can readily use for energy.

Neuro Booster

Increases your brain function by increasing the production of acetylcholine - a chemical that functions as a neurotransmitter.

No Tolerance (Unlike Caffeine)

The effectiveness of B Awake does not wear off over time. They remain just as powerful as at first.

Full Body Energy

Improves both your mental and your physical energy levels by providing your body with proper nutrients.

Dairy Free
Dairy Free No dairy ingredients are in this product. NOTE: Many products in the OHS line contain probiotics and enzymes that help break down dairy helping the body utilize it when consumed.
Gluten Free
Gluten Free This product is free of Gluten which has been shown to cause an allergic reaction with certain individuals. NOTE: Many people take the Optimal Digestion formula to help with gluten digestion through our special enzyme that helps digest it.
GMP ✓
GMP Certified GMP certified means that the manufacturer has demonstrated a strong regulatory commitment and compliance to international GMP standards. All of the products from OHS are blended, encapsulated and/or tableted in a GMP facility. OHS also is a FDA registered facility including packaging and shipping.
Non-GMO
Non-GMO Non-GMO means a product was produced without genetic engineering and it's ingredients are not derived from GMOs.
Opti-Blend
Opti-Blend This blend of high potency enzymes and other nutrients are used to pre-digest the formulas making them more bioavailable and absorbed at the cellular level. Opti-Blend revolutionizes supplements because it allows the vitamins and minerals to be utilized at a much higher rate.
Vegetarian
Vegetarian-Friendly This means that a product is made or manufactured without the use of animal products.
Whole Food
Whole Food Cultured Media Using nature's fermentation process with organic yeast, pure plant enzymes, stabilized probiotics, and a variety of whole foods, we can now deliver higher potencies of whole food vitamins and minerals.

Key Ingredients

What's Inside?

Camellia Sinensis
Filled with antioxidants, improves brain function, increases fat burning, has protective effects on the brain, assists in preventing cardiovascular disease
Rhodiola Herb
Can help decrease stress, alleviates fatigue, reduces symptoms of depression, improves brain function, can benefit and improve exercise performance

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Where is the expiration date on the product?

D.O.M. (Date of Manufacture) is the new way that the FDA has asked all supplement companies to display dates onto our products, instead of expiration dates. All of our products have a general 2-year expiration date from the D.O.M. Although after these 2 years, the product doesn't go bad or cause harm, they simply start to lose potency.‍

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Optimal B Awake

Caffeine is a popular and effective ergogenic aid for endurance exercise and energy, but whether habitual caffeine consumption impacts the effects of an acute caffeine dose was unclear, until now. A recent study, now under review, sought to test how prolonged regular caffeine use influences exercise performance. The study (the longest one to date) investigated the effects of caffeine use on caffeine’s energy and performance effects.

The results concluded that individuals with low-habitual intakes should refrain from chronic caffeine supplementation to maximize performance benefits from acute caffeine ingestion. In other words: prolonged caffeine use loses its effectiveness over time.

Caffeine is the world’s most popular stimulant. You can hardly travel a city block without running into one coffee shop or another, and might be hard pressed to name a coworker that can function without starting his or her day with a caffeine fix. America is addicted to this stuff. As such, investigating how regular caffeine consumption impacts its effects is a critical area of research. How is this addiction affecting our health?

The Price of Getting Hooked
Caffeine works primarily by binding to adenosine receptors in the brain and various other organs, acting as a competitive inhibitor to adenosine. Since adenosine mediates the perception of drowsiness, preventing its actions results in alertness. However, there’s a steep price to pay for this false sense of alertness.

Caffeine causes calcium to be excreted in the urine and feces. For every 150 mg of caffeine ingested, about the amount in one cup of coffee, 5 mg of calcium is lost. Caffeine also inhibits the amount of calcium that gets absorbed through the intestinal tract and depletes the amount retained in bones.

Studies have shown that women with high caffeine intake suffer more hip fractures than those who avoid caffeine or drink in moderation (1-2 cups per day). Caffeine inhibits vitamin D receptors, which limit the amount that will be absorbed. Because vitamin D is important in the absorption and use of calcium in building bone, this could also decrease bone mineral density, resulting in an increased risk for osteoporosis.

Caffeine interferes with iron absorption, which is necessary for red blood cell production. Drinking caffeine at the same time as an iron source can reduce absorption by up to 80%, according to the Nutrition Desk Reference. Caffeine also has a mild diuretic effect, which increases urination. Water soluble vitamins, such as the B-vitamins, can be depleted as a result of the fluid loss.

In addition, it interferes with the metabolism of some B-vitamins, such as thiamine (vitamin B1).The aforementioned study shows that regular consumption lowers its effects on endurance performance in recreational athletes. Daily supplementation with about 175mg of caffeine per day over 28 days resulted in a tolerance to the ergogenic effect of an acute caffeine dose.

Nutrient Robber
Young adults who were diagnosed with mild hypertension had four times the risk of having a heart attack if they consumed the amount of caffeine equivalent to 4 cups of coffee. More moderate consumption showed three times the risk.

In order for your body to absorb nutrients from the food you eat, food has to reach your small intestines and stay there long enough to pass through the intestine wall and get absorbed into the bloodstream. Your blood does the rest by carrying the correct nutrients to the corresponding part of your body.

Even if you eat healthy foods, you can still have a host of nutrient deficiencies if you’re not properly absorbing the vitamins and minerals. What isn’t understood is the fact that caffeine from sodas, energy drinks and supplements robs your body of nutrients.

During the 12.5 year follow-up there were 60 cardiovascular events. Of these about 80% were heart attacks and the remainder included strokes, peripheral artery disease and kidney failure. The findings show a linear association between caffeine consumption and increased risk of cardiovascular events.

Calcium - Besides the well-known bone health role, calcium helps blood clot nerves send messages, and muscles contract. Don’t get enough and your bones become brittle, tooth decay, various organs cease functioning properly, if at all. It’s not an exaggeration when we say your body can completely shut down due to severe calcium depletion.

Caffeine causes calcium to be excreted in the urine and feces. For every 150mg of caffeine ingested, about the amount in one cup of coffee, 5mg of calcium is lost. This effect occurs even hours after your morning cup of joe. One study of postmenopausal women found that those who consumed more than 300mg of caffeine lost more bone in the spine than women who consumed less.

Caffeine also inhibits the amount of calcium that gets absorbed through the intestinal tract and depletes the amount retained in bones. Studies have shown that women with high caffeine intake suffer more hip fractures than those who avoid caffeine or drink in moderation (1 to 2 cups per day).

Vitamin D - Vitamin D and calcium work off and support each other. Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium and make sure it goes into your bones, instead of your arteries. It is essential to the health of most organs, including the brain, heart, skin, reproductive, prostate and mammary glands. Vitamin D receptors are also involved in immune regulation and mediate response to infection and inflammatory processes.

Caffeine inhibits vitamin D receptors, which limit the amount that will be absorbed. Because vitamin D is important in the absorption and use of calcium in building bone, this could also decrease bone mineral density, resulting in an increased risk for osteoporosis.

Iron - Iron deficiency and its link to anemia is fairly well known. Iron plays a role in oxygen getting carried around your body so you have the energy you need to get through your day. Iron deficiencies not only lead to fatigue, your brain function is going to take a dive and you become more prone to infection. Iron also plays a role in skin, hair and nail health.

Caffeine interferes with iron absorption, which is necessary for red blood cell production. Drinking caffeine at the same time as an iron source can reduce absorption by up to 80%, according to the Nutrition Desk Reference. Any beverage containing caffeine should be separated from iron-containing foods or supplements by at least one hour.

B Vitamins - The list long when it comes to what B Vitamins do for you and your body. The largest role they play is with energy and vitality, mental clarity and focus, and overall mood. All these are tied to what science calls the Krebs energy cycle. Deficiencies cause a host of health problems, including low energy, depression, poor muscle function, and so on.

Caffeine has a mild diuretic effect, which increases urination. Water soluble vitamins, such as the B-vitamins, can be depleted as a result of the fluid loss. In addition, it interferes with the metabolism of some B-vitamins, such as thiamine (vitamin B1). The one exception to this rule appears to be vitamin B12. Caffeine stimulates the production of stomach acid, which actually helps the body absorb B12.

The Safe Energy Boost
Caffeine offers no real health benefit, yet there are days we could really use a pick-me-up, be it from a rough night of poor sleep, a stressful day, or a string of indulgent meals. Instead of making things worse with caffeine, you can perk yourself up and preserve your health with Optimal B Awake.

This product is designed to help improve both your mental and physical energy levels by providing your body with the proper nutrients. This blend consists of specific amounts of enzymes and minerals to drive the nutrients to the cellular level quickly. You will feel the effects of increased focus, motivation and energy shortly after taking Optimal B Awake. And it is a product for which you can easily adjust the dosage and times of use based on your own particular needs. And the best part? B Awake doesn’t rob your body of nutrients like synthetic caffeine does. You can get a morning zinger without sacrificing your health.

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