Are you ready for the biggest beverage revolution to hit the market in the 21st century?
Are you ready to forget the fatigue and do whatever your heart desires with a single, easy-to-grab, and even easier-to-drink carbonated heart-healthy beverage?
Resync Ready to Drink (RTD) Beverage is the science-backed refreshment for heart, gut, and immune health designed with you in mind. It’s the natural plant-based energy that you’ve been waiting for.
You have never seen a drink like this.
During the holiday season, stress, travel, and the common cold and flu are all up in the air. Healthy doesn’t have to taste awful, and it doesn’t need to be hard to get and time-consuming either. Health on the go is in your hands with the Resync Beverage!
Soda, pop, fruit juices, flavored waters, and other “refreshments” are designed to generate profit: more sugar doesn’t mean quality, it means more people get hooked on it, and that means more profits.
There’s hardly a drink on the supermarket shelves not owned by a multinational corporation designed to pack in the sugar to fuel their profits at your expense.
In the era of Big Beverage, it has become normal to sacrifice tomorrow’s well-being for today’s pleasure. And even if there is no sugar, there are tons of hidden sweeteners and additional stimulants that our bodies just cannot take anymore.
That really gets under our skin here at Resync. We take pride in helping people live healthier lives.
Ever since the Coronavirus pandemic rocked our world and irrevocably changed our everyday lives, Resync has been working on ways to disrupt this industry with your health at the center of our business strategy.
First among our efforts has been finding a way to help you choose heart health and better immunity without sacrificing the things you enjoy in life. When medical professionals were working on a treatment for Covid-19 (one of which involves nitric oxide), we worked on a grab-and-go plant based energy drink to keep you simply healthy and happy.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so the saying goes, and healthy nitric oxide levels in your body are associated with lower rates of all types of heart issues.
But, we didn’t just “drag and drop” those same ingredients into a carbonated, ready to refresh drink, and call it a day.
No way we would just stop there! We added vitamin C, polyphenol antioxidants, two types of fiber (inulin and beta-glucan), plus clinically-researched, standardized, quality-certified botanicals to give you a needed boost for your overall health and energy.
The big beverage industry has coerced the U.S. and the world into a toxic daily routine involving extraordinary levels of sugar for over a hundred years, in part providing the conditions for a pandemic to burn a path across the world.
Resync created a wholly new health drink without precedent and without parallel.
Which are you going to reach for?
Take back your health and put your money where your health is. Here’s a few ideas we’ve curated for you:
This holiday season, extend that yuletide spirit to loving and caring for your body. We are here to help you feel your best!
Actually, let’s not just take a step forward, let’s revolutionize. The Resync Beverage is the first-of-its-kind sparkling heart-healthy plant-based energy drink that leaves you feeling ready to go, not ready to crash. It’s a luscious experience to drink, and an invigorating experience to feel.
We want to help you eat and drink less sugar by giving you a delicious sparkling alternative that supports your heart, naturally energizes your body, and promotes immune health in a way no other drink ever has.
What makes this a landmark entree in the beverage industry and into your heart?
Plus, we know now that rosehip juice extract may reduce osteoarthritic pain by reducing inflammatory activity that damages joints (and blood vessels) thanks to a recent analysis of rigorous research.
Check out our article on Vitamin C to learn about the right dose, the right timing, and the right way to take vitamin C to protect your immune system.
Now it’s one thing to list off what research supports the beneficial ingredients we’ve packed into one slim can, but why would you want to take all of these ingredients and pack them into this one can?
Many of these ingredients synergize together to give you benefits beyond just the properties of individual ingredients.
Even that is only half the picture though.
What really matters is what Resync can do for you, how Resync makes you feel.
Are you tired of being pushed around by a body and a mind enfeebled by the stresses of modern day society?
Take your health, take your feelings, and take your life into your own hands with every decision. Don’t settle for a drink that’s meant to break you down, use Resync Beverage to boost you up!
Grab your health and go forward with your day knowing you’re doing the best thing possible for your heart health and immune system. If you’re wondering “is there a plant based energy drink that is good for you?”, well, we have your answer!
There is no better time than now to ditch the typical “energy drinks”, say no to the sugar, stimulates, and the additives, and stick with ingredients that are proven to enhance your energy at the cellular level. I’m talking about science-based strategies to save your immune system and improve your mitochondria, recover your body and set yourself up for resilience in 2021.
Elevate your health with plant based natural nitric oxide blend and phenolic antioxidants.
Researchers have known it for years, some clinics like Austin Heart get it as well, and our society is aching for a tasty, hydrating, healthy drink, but it’s not until now that a sparkling heart healthy drink that harnesses nitric oxide is available.
Easy, enjoyable, healthy.
A convenient functional food like nothing this world has seen. Add variety to your life, add value to your health and try Resync Beverage today!
We are already making waves in the supplement industry for an unwavering adherence to quality, transparency, science and safety. But now with a sparkling beverage this good, we are set to disrupt a multi-billion dollar industry and support your heart health.
We are poised to take back our health one sip at a time.
Are you with us?
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Wishing you the best in your health,
The Resync Team
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