My favorite Pre-Workout – dirt cheap, 100% natural and it works!




What if I told you there is an all-natural pre workout out there that will get you all of these benefits. 

  • - Raises your energy levels 
  • - Improvements in blood pressure and circulation 
  • - Increased protection against heart disease 
  • - Pain reduction 
  • - Relief of cough and cold symptoms, such as sore throat 
  • - Lifts your mood 
  • - Promotes weight loss and hair growth.  

What is this? 

Cayenne pepper 

Some Science Behind Cayenne Pepper 

Laboratory research and tests in animals have demonstrated that consuming capsaicin could fight obesity by increasing your calorie-burning rate and promoting the breakdown of fat. There’s also some preliminary evidence that following a capsaicin-rich diet may help protect against cardiovascular and metabolic issues like atherosclerosis, diabetes, and stroke. 

New studies have now shown that ingesting capsaicin may help with weight loss. For instance, a small study published in the journal Clinical Nutrition in 2009 found that a combination of capsaicin and green tea helped suppress hunger in healthy volunteers. 

You may be thinking great, give it to me in a pill, ill skip the pain. Unfortunately, that won’t work as well. This because our digestion starts in the mouth. Saliva and especially the pepper hitting out salivary glands and the mucous membranes causes a cascading effect. That effect only happens when it is taken naturally. 

Best way to prepare your Cayenne Pepper as a pre workout: 
30 Minutes before your workout bring water nearly to a boil and immediately combine a 1/4 teaspoon of ground cayenne pepper into a cup. Promote steeping by covering the mug for several minutes prior to sipping. 
 TIP: Squeezing in the juice from half of a fresh lemon can improve the taste of your cayenne pepper tea as well as add loads more health benefits. 
For further flavor enhancement, try stirring a teaspoon of honey into your cayenne pepper tea. 

A word of advice: cayenne pepper tea often causes a burning sensation at the back of the throat, but sipping slowly may help alleviate that burning and—in turn—greatly increase your enjoyment of your tea. 
When used as a detox aid, it’s thought to clear toxins from your body by revving up your circulation. 

Be warned, what is hot going in is hot going out 😉 




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