Monday, February 3, 2014

GungHo Energy Boost #Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
I have to be honest I've never been a soda drinker. I drink one sometimes when we go out, but it's usually root beer, or lemonade. Water is a preferred drink. I often times have one cup of coffee in the mornings. When I don't have coffee, I have a cup of tea later in the morning.

I'm trying to wean from coffee. I just want to make it so that I don't depend on it every day. I got a chance to review GungHo. It's an energy drink, but it's not full of bad things. I felt a little wake up call, but didn't get jittery at all.


They sent me a 3 day sample pack.


Over time, GungHo will also build brain health, capacity to focus and memory recall...but you won't notice that right away. My Grandma passed away of Alzheimer's disease, so I'm glad it boosts the brain!



About GungHo:
  • Builds focus
  • Enhances brain energy and memory storage and recall...unlike energy drinks
  • Is a slight appetite suppressant
  • Lifts your mood - beta endorphines or "happy mormones"
  • It's all natural - no calories, no sugar, no jitters, and no crash like coffee does
  • It comes in a packet, which makes it easy to store in your purse, or anywhere really
  • It helps your muscles that are tired
Hai:

That's Ninja for hello. They have a fun ninja branding.

One Ninja tip from their website is: Happy breeds happy. I couldn't agree more. When I'm around people that are down, I feel down. GungHo captures that part int he brain that boosts your beta endorphines, or "happy mormones".

Have I Noticed a Difference:

It pepped me up a bit. I actually didn't miss coffee, like I thought I would. Sometimes when I have to write a test, I just can't get into it. I get distracted really easily. GungHo did help a bit with concentration.

I do wish that they would have sent me more, so I could relay to you if it worked long term. I'm happy with what I got though.


"Proven focus and brain energy...unlike energy shots that provide short-term energy and no   long-term impact on brain energy, GungHo builds vital neurotransmitters in the brain over time" - Dr Perry Renshaw, MD, PhD, Former Harvard Professor, Director @ The Brain Institute

Giveaway Time:  

5 US readers have the chance to win a 3 pack of GungHo.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Disclaimer: The opinions on the post are my personal take on the product. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review. I did get products to help with the review.  I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

6 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

I like the name of the product! Very catchy!

~ Noelle said...

this is something marc and I both need to try out....
never heard of it, so thanks for the heads up

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I really wish I could say that my preferred drink is water...

1froglegs said...

I learned that if you take Gung Ho a four-armed guitar playing ninja will appear and eliminate all distractions.

Chic Southern Charm said...

I need this so incredibly bad!

amanda hoffman said...

would love to try

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