HER PRE+ + is a pre-workout ideal for women who perform intense physical activities that require increased energy intake. This product is further enhanced by the natural compound FIIT-NS and has elevated antioxidant and weight control properties. The carbohydrates and the branched chain amino acids used to boost energy are also supported by other functional ingredients such as polyphenols, carnitine, vitamins and mineral salts. To be more specific, the zinc present helps protect cells from oxidative stress, while niacin contributes to normal energy metabolism and helps decrease tiredness and fatigue.

Fiit-ns is a blend of extracts from grapefruit, grapes, green tea, guarana and black carrot; the various polyphenols also give it strong antioxidant properties. It has also been enriched with vitamin B3 to increase energy and reduces fatigue. Fiit-ns offers top quality fruits and vegetables typical of the Mediterranean diet. The polyphenols in FIIT-ns are capable of improving metabolic parameters and have a strong anti-aging effect. It has been clinically proven, in a study published by the International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition, that FIIT-ns has significant effects on wellbeing, vitality, weight loss and many other metabolic parameters. Polyphenols are the active compounds present throughout the plant world. The effects of polyphenols are widely attributed to their antioxidant properties; however, recent data has shown that polyphenols have a modulatory action in cells. They are able to influence both adipogenesis and energy homeostasis as well as insulin levels and the inflammatory response. Therefore, these natural compounds could be useful in the treatment of metabolic disorders associated with being overweight and obesity.

Another noteworthy component in this supplement is the 292mg of choline. Choline is an essential molecule for the body. However, our bodies are only able to produce a small amount of choline on their own so we must obtain the rest from food sources. Choline is involved in the synthesis of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine, which is important for the proper function of the parasympathetic nervous system. Acetylcholine is also involved in slowing down the heart rate, the stimulation of salivary gland secretion and the stimulation of gastric and pancreatic secretions. This neurotransmitter also supports intestinal peristalsis as well as all the general digestive functions. Choline is also vital for the integrity and fluidity of cell membranes because it functions as a precursor of the phospholipid phosphatidylcholine. Choline and Betaine together also contribute to normal cardiovascular function, counteracting the effects of homocysteine, which is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular problems such as atherosclerosis. Choline is involved in metabolism and transport of lipids and cholesterol. A deficiency can lead to problems such as hepatosteatosis (fatty liver disease). According to several studies, choline also has the ability to prevent damage to the liver (hepatoprotective properties) that can be caused by hepatotoxic (damaging to liver cells) drugs as well as anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective drugs. An adequate choline intake will lead to a reduction in inflammatory marker concentrations and inflammatory cytokines concentrations, both of which are involved in the inflammation process.

Carnitine is produced by the body from the amino acids lysine and methionine, when in the presence of Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C and Iron. Its most important characteristic is its ability to transport fatty acids into the mitochondria, which results in the production of energy. It has been proven that a shortage of this substance leads to a decrease in energy produced and an increase in fat tissue. As far as the central nervous system is concerned, carnitine acts as an antioxidant by interacting with acetylcholine. Carnitine also has cardio and vasoprotective properties. It increases peripheral vasodilatation, improving the flow and distribution of oxygen. Carnitine also helps lower cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood and raises HDL values, reducing the risk of deposits in blood vessels. Carnitine has been proven to lower the level of the lipoproteins responsible for heart attacks. Carnitine is also widely utilized in the sports world to improve athletic performance because of its ability to convert fats for energy use. Furthermore, during muscle activity carnitine reduces the formation of lactic acid and keeps glycogen in the muscles.


Training Day

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Normal Day

  • morning
  • lunch
  • afternoon
  • dinner
  • night


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Additional Information

For serving 5 g
Intake of caffeine 9 mg
Intake of polyphenols 270 mg
Zinc 10 mg
coline 292 mg
Niacin 8.1 mg
L-Leucine 250 mg
L-Isoleucine 75 mg
Beta-alanine 250 mg
L-Glutamine 250 mg
L-Carnitine 175 mg
L-Valine 175 mg
flavonoids 67.5 mg

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