Energy. Focus.Clarity. The team of researchers at Ultimate Nutrition have cracked the code to take your gaming to the next level. Ultimate Nutrition’s Cheat Code™ is a complex Nootropic formula designed for casual and expert gamers alike.
Cheat Code™ is powered by a dual-stage complex featuring Caffeine Anhydrous and Infinergy™ (Di-Caffeine Malate), providing sustained energy in the heat of battle.1,2 Energy alone isn’t enough to achieve victory. Sugary, overly-caffeinated drinks might have been enough to conquer a castle, but with cutting-edge games becoming more immersive than ever, enhanced focus is paramount. Each carefully formulated tablet contains ingredients to sharpen focus: Rhodiola Rosea helps reduce mental fatigue,3 Alpha GPC supports optimal cognitive function,4and 5-HTP elevates your mood.5
In the haze of battle, after hours of questing or striving for a championship, the goal is clear. Cheat Code™aims to boost mental clarity to keep your head in the game. Huperzine A and Ginko Biloba boost memory quotient (amount of information you can store) and memory recall, respectively, aiding your memory during those long, arduous quests.6,7 These two ingredients pair synergistically with Bacopa Monieri to increase memory control, creating a trifecta of botanicals allowing you to see the forest for the trees.8
Clarity extends beyond the mind, the way the gaming lifestyle transcends consoles or PCs. To account for this, we also included Zeaxanthin, a powerhouse ingredient for ocular health shown to improve visual processing speeds and sensorimotor skills.9 Panax Ginseng wraps up Cheat Code’s all-encompassing formula to keep you cool when the pressure is on, allowing you to unwind from the stresses of day-to-day life.10
Ultimate Nutrition’s Cheat Code™ is the product you have been waiting for. The only question remaining is … are you ready to take your gaming to the next level?
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