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DecafaLife, LLC Announces New All-Natural Product to Keep You Energized While Kicking Your Caffeine Habit
Date:7/1/2010

Want to avoid “afternoon fatigue syndrome” without the negative side effects of caffeine? Need to reduce caffeine intake because of health issues or doctor’s orders? PureStart Energy, the caffeine- and sugar- free vegetarian capsules made of all natural ingredients, not only enhance physical performance and mental productivity, but may boost memory and drive metabolism, among other health benefits. PureStart Energy will be initially sold online at www.mypurestart.com, and will be available in select retail locations by September 2010.

(PRWEB) July 1, 2010 -- “As a physician and cardiologist, I frequently recommend that people reduce their caffeine intake,” stated Brad Pifalo, M.D., partner in DecafaLife, LLC. “Caffeine is a powerful, habit forming and addictive with numerous adverse effects including increasing blood pressure and heart rate, and modifying the effects of some prescription medications. heart beat, vitamin absorption, and can interfere with prescription medications, among many other things. In addition, overuse can take a toll on energy levels in the long run."

Over 50 years of medical research and nutraceutical manufacturing experience have collaborated to develop this highly effective and science-driven energy product. PureStart Energy was manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility that exceeds FDA requirements for pharmaceutical production. It is designed to deliver a stimulant-free energy boost with a blend of natural ingredients including vitamins, amino acids, enzymes, and herbs such as ginseng and ginkgo biloba.

“We are very exited to launch a comprehensive solution for a growing number of consumers looking to reduce or quit caffeine intake. Our system is designed to help people feel more naturally energized without the
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