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Having the energy to stay active and focused all day can sometimes be a challenge. As our lives become more hectic during work hours and beyond, we all fall victim to the effects of a busy lifestyle. The Energy Booster Kit is specifically designed to i...
Includes intenseFX Quick Release Energy Tablets (30 count ); MochaTonix® Packets (10 count) and Isotonix® Activated B-Complex (90 servings)
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Energy Booster Kit

Having the energy to stay active and focused all day can sometimes be a challenge. As our lives become more hectic during work hours and beyond, we all fall victim to the effects of a busy lifestyle. The Energy Booster Kit is specifically designed to increase energy and help you stay alert without negative effects, such as crash or uncomfortable jitters. Whether you need to start your morning off right with MochaTonix®, need sustainable energy to get you through the day with Isotonix® Activated B-Complex or want a kick to stay active into the night with an intenseFX™ Quick Release Energy Tablet, the Energy Booster Kit has you covered.

Plus, by purchasing the Energy Booster Kit instead of buying these products individually, you save 28% - a $30.50 value!

MochaTonix is a potent mental enhancer; delivering essential nutrients increasing alertness, concentration and clarity. With essential amino acids and herbs, such as ginseng, gingko biloba and rhodiola, MochaTonix helps your body fight the detrimental effects of mental and physical stress. This restores mental clarity and focus, helping you achieve maximum mental activity for the daily grind. An ideal replacement for coffee, MochaTonix is a great way to start each day. 

To provide the energy you need to function throughout the day, Isotonix Activated B-Complex delivers metabolically active forms of several vitamins and minerals. Activated forms are important because traditional forms of vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid must undergo chemical changes in order to be utilized by the body. By providing the active forms in isotonic delivery, you can be certain that your body is getting the vital nutrients it needs quickly and effectively. B-vitamin deficiency can lead to fatigue and lethargy, which is why Isotonix Activated B-Complex is an excellent daily energy booster and anti-stress formula.*

Finally, intenseFX Quick Release Energy Tablets are convenient, quick-dissolving tablets that combine caffeine, amino acids and B-vitamins to provide the long-lasting physical and mental energy in minutes. They provide much-needed fuel and promote mental focus without a major crash. intenseFX Quick Release Energy Tablets are great tasting, quick dissolving and fast acting, delivering sustained, natural energy whenever you need it with zero sugar, calories or crashing. The convenience and potency make them a practical solution any time you need it!


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intenseFX™ Quick Release Energy Tablets:

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MochaTonix®

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Isotonix® Activated B-Complex

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