YUNO Launches “BioTactical Drinks”
YUNO is 100% natural with a 6-month shelf life and does not require refrigeration. All of YUNO’s drinks are gluten-free, paleo/keto friendly, vegan, GMO free, and are free of wheat, dairy, soy, egg, fish, and peanuts. The drinks deliver a uniquely refreshing experience and are naturally sweetened with monk fruit and other naturally flavorful spices, herbs, and superfoods.
The attributes of each YUNO drink are:
YUNO Dream - Go to sleep easier and wake up feeling refreshed. This blend balances the body’s internal clock, modulates your temperature, regulates digestion, and promotes relaxation for the perfect night’s sleep. YUNO Zen - Relax in those stressful moments with a boost of serotonin to the gut! Get that zen, happy feeling and even improve your satiety and digestion all with this unique formula.
YUNO Focus - Reduce brain-fog and aid analytical and strategic thinking with superfoods that encourage a healthy oxygen level in your bloodstream.
YUNO Uplift - This blend promotes calmness during fight-flight-freeze situations while still keeping you energized. Great for immediate benefits, but also to protect you from the emotional and daily stress.
YUNO Memory - Combat brain fog with this special formula that improves circulation, supports energy synthesis, and helps you remember information more effectively.
YUNO Energy - Get more active and say goodbye to tiredness and fatigue. By upping your Oxygen production your stamina, endurance, and vitality increases - even avoiding that mid-day slump!
My favorite was Memory. They all were great, and a few (such as Focus and Dream) I put in my smoothies at each time of the day - morning and night. I appreciate that these are healthy and safe enough to give to my son if I wanted to.
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