May 31, 2011
MonaVie EMV Efficacy Study Presented at ACSM 58th Annual Meeting
Robert Girandola, Ed.D, Associate Professor of Kinesiology of the University of Southern California, presented a poster on a 2010 study of MonaVie EMV at the American College of Sports Medicine 58th Annual Meeting and 2nd World Congress on Exercise is Medicine, May 31–June 4.
Among other things, the study concluded that participants showed no significant increase in heart rate from drinking MonaVie EMV, as consumers often experience from drinking other caffeine-loaded energy drinks. With its natural sources of caffeine from green tea, guarana, and yerba mate, MonaVie EMV contains less caffeine than many energy drinks. Participants who drank MonaVie EMV also experienced a 20 percent increase in memory. An abstract of the study can be found in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Volume 43, #5, May 2011.
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