EAS Athletes Defense Review
What You Should Know
If you run twenty miles a week, should you take the same multi-vitamin as the average dieter who walks two miles a week? According to EAS the answer is no. EAS Athlete’s Defense is a multi-vitamin designed for the athlete. The ingredients are included to boost immunity and keep the athlete on the top of his or her game naturally. The formula is certified by a company in associated with the NFL Player’s Association. EAS Athlete’s Defense was also tested by a military organization. The results were phenomenal.
List of Ingredients
Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Phosphorus, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum, Chloride and Potassium.
The ingredient list does not look any different than other multi-vitamins, but the proof is in the testing. It is likely that the ingredient list amounts for each vitamin is slightly different than other multi-vitamins and thus the clinical results. In the military testing environment, free radical stress was reduced when EAS Athlete’s Defense was taken. This proves the supplement has antioxidant benefits.
According to EAS oxidants cause muscle pain, reduced immunity and fatigue. When this stress is reduced, these effects should be reduced as well. We have never come in contact with a multi-vitamin with so many clinical results promoting claimed effects, but this could be because other multi-vitamins are simply not tested on the level of EAS Athlete’s Defense.
All of the clinical tests performed on EAS Athlete’s Defense included participants performing strenuous activity. The average dieter will nor undergo the same stress as a military soldier or a professional athlete, but that does not mean there are no positive benefits from taking EAS Athlete’s Defense.
- Clinically proven to reduce free radical stress.
- All ingredients and amounts are listed online.
- Designed for the professional athlete or user performing strenuous activity.
- No clinical trials on the average dieter.
- May cost more than the average multi-vitamin.
EAS Athlete’s Defense clearly has a cheering section in the U.S. Military and the National Football League. The supplement has been tested in extreme situations and performed well. The average dieter will not likely undergo exercise on the level of military training, but that does not mean EAS Athlete’s Defense will offer any less vitamin support.
There is a good chance the supplement will cost much more than the average multi-vitamin. Dieters may wish to find the ingredient list online with amounts and compare EAS Athlete’s Defense to other multi-vitamins. Finding a less expensive supplement with the same ingredients would be a win win situation. Multi-vitamins will not improve metabolism or weight loss.