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"Chia Seeds Are A Natural Source Of Energy"- Amy Pine

Amy Pine- Marathon RuMarathons are my passion. I am currently on a mission to complete all six World Marathon Majors, including Boston, Berlin, Chicago, London, New York and Tokyo. I’ve completed three of them (Boston, Berlin and Chicago) and I am still trying to get into the other three via lotteries. The last three are very difficult to get into. I have been trying for three years to get into NY and two years to get into London, but I am still determined.

Apart from participating in marathons I also enjoy travelling.  I travel to other cities and countries in search of adventure and new experiences and running in places I have never been. I recently ran a marathon in Trinidad & Tobago, an island in the Caribbean, and I am presently getting trained for the Eugene Marathon in Oregon and Dublin, Ireland. I’m really excited about these upcoming races!

I have used Vitalyte Electrolyte Replacement before, but I recently tried the  Chia Surge Energy Gel. It is simply great! I was introduced to chia seeds a few years ago and I have integrated them into my diet in many ways. I am aware of the myriad health benefits chia seeds offer, so when I came across this gel by Vitalyte, I really wanted to try it. I realized that not only is it tasty, but it is also a great natural source of energy, especially during long runs.

As I get older and learn more about nutrition, recovery, injury prevention, and how to keep my body in great shape, I want to find products that really work and help me overall in all these areas. Vitalyte definitely has the hydration products and energy gels that I need and is a key component in my training.

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