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How Did REZ Begin?

Rez was created by sports coach and father Larry Edinger. Larry coached his son and other athletes for 7 years in baseball, football & basketball and was frequently disappointed with the options available on the sports beverage market: he saw sugar-filled drinks, artificially-sweetened drinks, and energy drinks being consumed by most athletes. Rez wants to be something different.

After months of research, he established what the body loses when you sweat, the vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, antioxidants and added plant based glucosamine to aid in joint lubrication along with turmeric that has many benefits, but we added it because it fights body wide inflammation. REZ is a great tasting beverage that can be enjoyed anytime, it pairs well with meals, it’s a great social beverage and will help restore yourself after activities.

REZ is the pioneer in the Restoration Beverage industry. The drink does not contain sugar, is low in calories and is made with 100mg of plant-based glucosamine and 100mg of turmeric. Each of these two ingredients combined have great effects on the consumers body and can help joints and muscles in not just athletes but the everyday person- the commuter, the businessman, the hardworking student, the gamer and even the Netflix binger. Keep your body restored and healthy with REZ. 

Rez Restoration Beverage Nutrition Facts

Each bottle (500mL) contains the following nutritional values:

  • Total Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 30mg
  • Total Carbohydrates: 1g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0g
  • Total Sugar: 0g
  • Protein: 0g
  • Vitamins and Minerals: Vitamin D (40% DV), Potassium (2% DV), Vitamin C (70% DV), Vitamin E (45% DV), Vitamin B2 (130% DV), Vitamin B6 (120% DV), Vitamin B12 (250% DV), Magnesium (50% DV), Zinc (70% DV), Copper (60% DV), Manganese (20% DV).

 

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Why Should You Drink REZ?

There are so many positives of drinking REZ- two of them being plant-based glucosamine and turmeric, the last being the minerals and vitamins that we include in our ingredients for each flavor.

1. Plant-based Glucosamine Overview: 

Glucosamine sulfate is a naturally occurring chemical found in the human body. It is in the fluid that is around joints. Glucosamine is also found in other places in nature. For example, the glucosamine sulfate that is put into dietary supplements is often harvested from the shells of shellfish. Glucosamine sulfate used in dietary supplements does not always come from natural sources. It can also be made in a laboratory. (source: WebMD)

Benefits of Glucosamine: 

1. Helps Improve Joint Health & Osteoarthritis

2. Improves Digestion & Eases Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

3. Can Help Relieve TMJ Symptoms

4. Helps Alleviate Bone Pain

(Source: draxe.com/glucosamine/)

Facts about the Plant-based Glucosamine in REZ:

 

2. Turmeric Overview: 

Turmeric, sometimes called Indian saffron or the golden spice, is a tall plant that grows in Asia and Central America. Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric, and it has powerful biological properties. Ayurvedic medicine, a traditional Indian system of treatment, recommends turmeric for a variety of health conditions. These include chronic pain and inflammation. Western medicine has begun to study turmeric as a pain reliever and healing agent.

Benefits of Turmeric: 

1. Contains Bioactive Compounds With Powerful Medicinal Properties:

  • Turmeric contains curcumin, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Most studies used turmeric extracts that are standardized to include large amounts of curcumin.

2. Curcumin is a Natural Anti-Inflammatory Compound

  • Chronic inflammation is known to be a contributor to many common Western diseases. Curcumin can inhibit many molecules known to play major roles in inflammation.

3. Dramatically Increases The Antioxidant Capacity of The Body

  • Curcumin has powerful antioxidant effects. It neutralizes free radicals on its own, then stimulates the body's own antioxidant enzymes.

4. Boosts Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor, Linked to Improved Brain Function and a Lower Risk of Brain Diseases

  • Curcumin boosts levels of the brain hormone BDNF, which increases the growth of new neurons and fights various degenerative processes in the brain.

5. Leads to Various Improvements That Should Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease

  • Curcumin has beneficial effects on several factors known to play a role in heart disease. It improves the function of the endothelium and is a potent anti-inflammatory agent and antioxidant.

6. Arthritis Patients Respond Very Well

  • Arthritis is a common disorder characterized by joint inflammation. Many studies show that curcumin can help treat symptoms of arthritis and is in some cases more effective than anti-inflammatory drugs.

7. Studies show Turmeric has Incredible Benefits Against Depression

  • A study in 60 depressed patients showed that curcumin was as effective as prozac in alleviating the symptoms of depression.

(Read More from our source, HealthLine.com)

 

3. Minerals and Vitamins explained: 

Minerals Explained:

1. Manganese
Manganese combines with other minerals and promotes a healthy immune system. It is useful in producing sex hormones, blood clotting and for healthy skin, nails and hair.

2. Potassium
A fluid mineral like sodium, potassium is necessary for maintaining the fluid balance and regulating blood pressure. Known as the nerve tonic, it also aids the sensory function.

3. Sodium
An essential fluid mineral that keeps a control over your blood volume to regulate blood pressure, sodium is extremely beneficial in digestion and maintaining the chemical composition of blood.

4. Zinc
An anti-oxidant mineral, zinc is vital for immunity and wound healing. It is crucial for sexual development and reproduction, maintaining healthy eyes and supporting liver function

5. Magnesium
Magnesium is important for a bunch of enzyme-catalyzed reactions imperative for the normal functioning of the body. It also keeps your kidneys, heart and brain healthy.

 

Vitamins Explained:

1. Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a vitamin. Some animals can make their own vitamin C, but people must get this vitamin from food and other sources. Good sources of vitamin C are fresh fruits and vegetables, especially citrus fruits. Vitamin C can also be made in a laboratory.

Most experts recommend getting vitamin C from a diet high in fruits and vegetables rather than taking supplements. Fresh-squeezed orange juice or fresh-frozen concentrate is a better pick than ready-to-drink orange juice. The fresh juice contains more active vitamin C. Drink fresh-frozen orange juice within one week after reconstituting it for the most benefit. It you prefer ready-to-drink orange juice, buy it 3 to 4 weeks before the expiration date, and drink it within one week of opening.

Historically, vitamin C was used for preventing and treating scurvy. Scurvy is now relatively rare, but it was once common among sailors, pirates, and others who spent long periods of time onboard ships. When the voyages lasted longer than the supply of fruits and vegetables, the sailors began to suffer from vitamin C deficiency, which led to scurvy.

These days, vitamin C is used most often for preventing and treating the common cold. Some people use it for other infections including gum disease, acne and other skin infections, bronchitis, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease, stomach ulcers caused by bacteria called Helicobacter pylorituberculosis, dysentery (an infection of the lower intestine), and skin infections that produce boils (furunculosis). It is also used for infections of the bladder and prostate.

(Read more from the Source: WebMD)

 

2. Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a vitamin that dissolves in fat. It is found in many foods including vegetable oils, cereals, meat, poultry, eggs, fruits, vegetables, and wheat germ oil. It is also available as a supplement.

Vitamin E is used for treating vitamin E deficiency, which is rare, but can occur in people with certain genetic disorders and in very low-weight premature infants.

Some people use vitamin E for treating and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels including hardening of the arteries, heart attackchest pain, leg pain due to blocked arteries, and high blood pressure.

Vitamin E is also used for treating diabetes and its complications. It is used for preventing cancer, particularly lung and oral cancer in smokers; colorectal cancer and polyps; and gastric, prostate, and pancreatic cancer.

Some people use vitamin E for diseases of the brain and nervous system including Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, Parkinson's disease, night cramps, restless leg syndrome, and for epilepsy, along with other medications. Vitamin E is also used for Huntington's chorea, and other disorders involving nerves and muscles.

(Read more from the source: WebMD

 

3. Vitamin B3
Having enough niacin, or vitamin B3, in the body is important for general good health. As a treatment, higher amounts of niacin can improve cholesterol levels and lower cardiovascular risks.

(Read more from the source: WebMD)

 

4. Vitamin B5
Pantothenic acid is a vitamin, also known as vitamin B5. It is widely found in both plants and animals including meat, vegetables, cereal grains, legumes, eggs, and milk.

Pantothenic acid has a long list of uses. People take pantothenic acid for treating dietary deficiencies, acne, alcoholism, allergies, baldness, asthma, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, burning feet syndrome, yeast infectionsheart failurecarpal tunnel syndrome, respiratory disorders, celiac disease, colitis, conjunctivitis, convulsions, and cystitis. It is also taken by mouth for dandruff, depression, diabetic nerve pain, enhancing immune function, improving athletic performance, tongue infections, gray hair, headache, hyperactivity, low blood sugartrouble sleeping (insomnia), irritability, low blood pressuremultiple sclerosismuscular dystrophy, muscular cramps in the legs associated with pregnancy or alcoholism, neuralgia, and obesity.

(Read more from the source: WebMD)

 

5. Vitamin D3
Vitamin D is a vitamin. It can be found in small amounts in a few foods, including fatty fish such as herring, mackerel, sardines and tuna. To make vitamin D more available, it is added to dairy products, juices, and cereals that are then said to be “fortified with vitamin D.” But most vitamin D – 80% to 90% of what the body gets – is obtained through exposure to sunlight. Vitamin D can also be made in the laboratory as medicine.

Vitamin D is used for preventing and treating rickets, a disease that is caused by not having enough vitamin D (vitamin D deficiency). Vitamin D is also used for treating weak bones (osteoporosis), bone pain (osteomalacia), bone loss in people with a condition called hyperparathyroidism, and an inherited disease (osteogenesis imperfecta) in which the bones are especially brittle and easily broken. It is also used for preventing falls and fractures in people at risk for osteoporosis, and preventing low calcium and bone loss (renal osteodystrophy) in people with kidney failure.

Vitamin D is used for conditions of the heart and blood vessels, including high blood pressure and high cholesterol. It is also used for diabetesobesity, muscle weakness, multiple sclerosisrheumatoid arthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthmabronchitispremenstrual syndrome (PMS), and tooth and gum disease.

Some people use vitamin D for skin conditions including vitiligosclerodermapsoriasis, actinic keratosis, and lupus vulgaris.

It is also used for boosting the immune system, preventing autoimmune diseases, and preventing cancer.

(Read More from the source: WebMD)

6. Vitamin B6
Pyridoxine is a vitamin. It can be found in certain foods such as cereals, beans, vegetables, liver, meat, and eggs. 

Pyridoxine is used for preventing and treating low levels of pyridoxine (pyridoxine deficiency) and the “tired blood” (anemia) that may result. It is also used for heart diseasehigh cholesterol; reducing blood levels of homocysteine, a chemical that might be linked to heart disease; and helping clogged arteries stay open after a balloon procedure to unblock them (angioplasty).

Women use pyridoxine for premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and other menstruation problems, "morning sickness" (nausea and vomiting) in early pregnancy, stopping milk flow after childbirthdepression related to pregnancy or using birth control pills, and symptoms of menopause.

Pyridoxine is also used for Alzheimer's disease, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Down syndrome, autism, diabetes and related nerve painsickle cell anemia, migraine headaches, asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, night leg cramps, muscle cramps, arthritis, allergies, acne and various other skin conditions, and infertility. It is also used for dizziness, motion sickness, preventing the eye disease age-related macular degeneration (AMD), seizures, convulsions due to fever, and movement disorders (tardive dyskinesia, hyperkinesis, chorea), as well as for increasing appetite and helping people remember dreams.

(Read More from the source: WebMD)

7. Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 does a lot of things for your body. It helps make your DNA and your red blood cells, for example.

Since your body doesn't make vitamin B12, you have to get it from animal-based foods or from supplements. And you should do that on a regular basis, because your body doesn’t store vitamin B12 for a long time.

(Read More from the source: WebMD)