The October issue of Muscle and fitness magazine not only discussed the benefits of the ingredients in Celsius, but also discussed the importance of full research studies in the arena of functional and energy drinks.

According to Muscle and fitness the ingredients you want to look for happen to be what makes up a serving of Celsius. Taurine, Caffeine, B Vitamins, Ginger, Green Tea (with EGCG) and Niacin all play critical roles in boosting metabolism, alertness and physical performance during workouts. Celsius also stands out over the field of competitors in that the individual ingredients aren't just scientifically proven, but the Celsius formula itself has undergone 4 clinical studies to date.

In a marketplace criticized for their lack of health and safety data, Celsius makes our clinical studies publicly available. Lead investigator Chris Lockwood says in the article that not only was Celsius incredibly safe in tests, but the group consuming it daily experienced a significantly greater cardiorespiratory and performance benefit than those taking the placebo.

Look for the October issue of Muscle and fitness on newsstands soon.

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