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BAZI: Energy + Nutrition = Healthy Fuel

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BAZI Energy Shot

Earlier today, BAZI International Inc., provider of nutritional foods and beverages designed to help enhance physical health and overall performance, announced the official launch of its primary product, BAZI (pronounced Bah-Zee) — an alternative energy shot containing eight super fruits (jujube, acai, mangosteen, goji, pomegranate, blueberry, raspberry and seabuckthor) and a variety of phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins and trace minerals.

“Unlike other energy shots that overload the body with excessive caffeine, sugar, B vitamins, taurine, and other artificial stimulants, BAZI combines nature’s finest ingredients for increased energy and better performance.” — Kevin C. Sherman, BAZI President and CEO. “With BAZI, there’s no crash, no warning label, and no adverse effects to your health. Pure and simple, BAZI is energy and nutrition.”

According to the company, the “supercharged” ingredients in BAZI can support:

  • Hours of energy, the way nature intended. *
  • Improved focus and performance.*
  • Enhanced stamina and endurance.*
  • Metabolic and immune system support.*
  • Cardiovascular protection*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Curious about how the ingredients in BAZI stack up against other energy shots on the market? Check out the following YouTube video:

The ingredients sound legit, the claims are definitely provocative, and the slogan “Kill The Competition With Real Ammunition” is super rad… BUT, the REAL test will be with Mutineer Magazine’s Chief Energyologist (one who studies energy drinks, a term coined by Mutineer’s Jeff Dorenbush). If our in-house energy drink addict… errr expert, gives BAZI his sign of approval, you can guarantee it will become all the rage (and the team will have a new weapon for sustaining and maintaining sanity during the week-long no-sleep marathon known as deadline).

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  1. Natalie Morgan | Wednesday, August 25, 2010

    This is right up my alley. I hate those artificial energy drinks. They taste nasty. And they are sooooooo bad for you. Where can I find BAZI?

  2. Brian | Wednesday, August 25, 2010

    I avoid energy drinks 99.1% of the time anyways, so this doesn’t really affect pop up too high on my radar, but this doesn’t sound TOO bad.

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