Add one scoop of RESTORE™ to 8-12 ones of cold water, mix and drink. Consume before, during or after training or any physical activities.
Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
Natural Flavors, Natural Fruit Flavor, Silicon Dioxide, Malic Acid and Sucralose.
Store at room temperature.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
There are few moments when I make pretty smart choices, and drinking Restore Recovery from @bombshell_nutrition was the smartest thing I could have done after my show this weekend. I needed water but with some recovery properties because I was tired and sore. Restore quenched my thirst and helped me feel like my old, strong self before Peak Week. I literally inhaled 64oz. of Strawberry Margarita flavor before downing another 64oz. of Peachy Mango Daiquiri. I am NEVER going to be without Restore Recovery.
I have been craving donuts, sweets, I don’t know… something ALL day! I came home from the gym and had gotten my Bombshell Nutrition Restore in the mail! Made myself up a drink and oh my god it is so good! It has curbed the cravings I was having because it has the right amount of sweetness. I’m hooked already!
These products are AMAZING and can I just say that the gummies are so freaking delicious!!
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