Cardiovascular Support Supplement | Axe & Sledge Betaine
If you're looking for some extreme Cardiovascular support, Axe & Sledge has got your Back... & Heart!! Axe & Sledge Betaine is 100% all natural & Certified Organic. Betaine will help to increase strength & power over time, & increases lean Muscle gains in the Body. Axe & Sledge Betaine is formulated with a whopping 2,500mg of Betaine per serving & contains absolutely no Fillers, Dyes, or Colors. Axe & Sledge's formula will help to decrease overall Body-Fat percentages & will help to better your performance over time. Betaine will provide extreme Cardiovascular support & will help to increase power output for athletic activity. On top of all of that, Axe & Sledge Betaine is easy for on-the-go & may also help to reduce Heartburn & Acid Re-Flux. Step up your workout game today. Pic up a tub!! Introducing Axe & Sledge Betaine!!
Axe & Sledge Betaine Benefits
- 100% All Natural & Certified Organic Formula Option
- Fully Transparent & Generously Dosed Ingredients Label
- Non-GMO & Vegan/Vegetarian Friendly Supplement
- Helps To Increase Strength & Power Over Time
- Increases Lean Muscle Gains In The Body
- Easy For On-The-Go Tub Powder Formula Option
- May Help To Reduce Heartburn & Acid Re-Flux Post-Workout
- Improves Recovery Times & Relieves Muscle Soreness
- Formulated With A Whopping 2,500 Milligrams Of Betaine Per Serving
- Contains Absolutely No Fillers, Artificial Dyes, Or Colors
- Helps To Increase Power Output For Athletic Activity
- Decreases Body-Fat Percentages & Betters Performance
How Do I Take Axe & Sledge Betaine?
Axe & Sledge recommends mixing one (1) Scoop with 6-8 Ounces of Water or your favorite Beverage. It's best if taken prior to workout. Do not exceed one (1) Scoop per day.
Axe & Sledge Betaine Ingredients
Axe & Sledge Betaine Side Effects & Warnings
Consult with a Physician prior to use if you have a medical condition. Don't use if pregnant or lactating. Keep out of reach of children. Keep container tightly closed in a cool, dry, & dark place. Do not exceed recommended dose.
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