What You Should Know
Vabion LLC is a company that was founded in 2006 by Susan Hardwicke, Ph.D. who says its objective is to improve people’s wellbeing and fitness through both social media content and by the supply of pioneering nutritional products. The Company distributes its products through a wide rang of different retail outlets, including convenience stores, pharmacies, health food stores, gymnasiums and its own online store. Despite the company website claiming the plurality of its products, after painstaking research we have only been able to discover one product, and that is their Diesel Energy Stick. This supplement is claimed to “wake up your brain and mobilize your body without any negative effects, or crashing”. The supposedly unique formula, which is in powdered form and is poured onto the tongue and allowed to dissolve, is claimed to contain only 8 calories per portion and to have no harmful chemical additives or sweeteners. Its ingredients are all supposed to work together to activate the brain and help you get through that workout, meeting, drive or all-nighter. They say that Diesel Energy Stix energy supplement contains Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) as the active ingredient. Studies have shown RNA to improve the brain’s focus and reaction time. The product is also claimed to contain creatine, a compound that increases the blood flow ensuring that your muscles get the energy they need, taurine, which increases energy, and caffeine which also increases your energy. The three together are supposed to create a controlling energy and focus enhancing nutrition supplement.
Creatine Monohydrate, Ribonucleic Acid (RNA), Taurine, Caffeine
Creatine is usually found in the meat and fish we eat, and is produced in the kidneys and liver, then carried by the blood to the muscles. The company claims that supplementing with creatine increases the body’s reserves of creatine for available use. Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is an antioxidant extracted from yeast. It plays a vital role in the synthesis of proteins, as well as other cellular functions. RNA has been shown to increase mental awareness and improve learning ability. Mixed with caffeine, taurine can increase energy, and increase the body’s alacrity after exhaustive exercise. It is a nonessential amino acid-like compound found in high abundance in the body muscle tissue. Both creatine and taurine are also supposed to have important anti-aging benefits – they say they repair heart muscle and help maintain muscle mass. Caffeine has been used safely for many years to provide energy and awareness. Many products use too much of this stimulant, but Diesel Energy Stix only have a small percentage but with supposedly greater effects because of the other active ingredients.
- Diesel Energy Stix are reasonably priced, and cost much less than energy drinks.
- Diesel Energy Stix is effective in 10 minutes or less
- They are small and easy to carry in the purse or pocket
- Only 8 calories per stick with only 2 grams of sugar and total carbohydrates
- Diesel Energy Stix has a pleasant orange taste and can be compared to a “pixie stick”
- The offer of a free trial for the cost of shipping smells of a scam.
- The web page showing ingredients is conveniently missing and shows a 404 error
- The product is supposed to give lots of energy but no calories – an impossible claim
The fast acting ingredients in Diesel Energy Stix are supposed to give your performance a boost exactly when you need it. The company claims that studies on reaction times show dramatic differences between Diesel Energy Stix and other energy products. Potential buyers should be wary of any company that offers a free trial for the cost of shipping only. This is often the ploy of a scammer.