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Envital pops ballooning energy problem

TO help the six million Australians who suffer from fatigue, Blackmores has launched Envital, a new treatment that provides sustainable support to the body’s natural energy production function. Envital treats the underlying cause of fatigue rather than producing the inflating and deflating effects from caffeine, stimulants or sugar like other energy products on the market.

“Fatigue is a very common complaint,” said Blackmores research and development director Phil Daffy. “In a recent Newspoll survey, four out of ten Australian adults reported suffering fatigue. Most sufferers take a short-term, quick fix approach, usually in the form of a sugar or caffeine ‘hit’, while others opt for herbs that contain caffeine, such as guarana. These instant hits can have a negative effect by over-simulating the adrenal glands, resulting in a short-term ‘high’ followed by a real ‘low’. This approach certainly doesn’t help the body deal with the underlying cause of low energy,” Mr Daffy added.

Envital is the only product that really treats the underlying cause of fatigue. It is a herbal, vitamin and mineral supplement that helps maintain the healthy function of the nervous system and adrenal glands. This is necessary for natural energy production, improving mental alertness and overcoming fatigue.

Blackmores Envital is available from pharmacies, health food stores and Coles and Woolworths.

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