100% natural mental and physical stimulation – 100 capsules
Need to perform despite mental and physical fatigue?
You`re the type who gives anything you do your all, but lately fatigue has been limiting your potential. To address this reality, ATP LAB has developed KIK, a natural health product that helps push your physical and mental limits without experiencing the `crash` that typically happens with commercial energy products.
• Ideal for more intense workouts
• Increases motor performance
• Reduces feeling of fatigue
• Increases awareness
• Increases short-term memory
• Increases concentration and positive frame of mind
Caffeine is naturally present in many foods that we consume on a daily basis like coffee, tea and chocolate (cocoa). The use of caffeine by humans goes back a long time; consuming Kola nut or Coffee beans would increase vitality and help reduce hunger sensations. Now, with the help of science we know that caffeine can be beneficial for humans. It can increase motor performance, cognition, short-term memory, and caloric expenditure, and most importantly for us, it reduces exercise fatigue.
DLPA is a 50/50 blend of L-phenylalanine and D-phenylalanine. The L-form serves as a base material for the production of important neurotransmitters like dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine. The D-form also has beneficial effects on the brain and its neurotransmission. Its conversion to phenylethylamine (PEA), a potent neuromodulator/neurotransmitter in the brain, will induce the release of acetylcholine, dopamine and norepinephrine. This specific blend of phenylethylamines increases cognition and elevates mood. A low level of PEA has been associated with ADHD.
This natural phenylethylamine-containing alkaloid has many of the properties of PEA. It can optimize the efficiency of phenylethylamine by interacting with the enzyme that deactivates it.
This naturally occurring compound commonly found in grapefruit has some really interesting properties. It has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and its antihyperglycemic action can help blood sugar control. Naringenin can also potentiate the effect of caffeine by slowing its hepatic metabolization and evacuation.