Frequently Asked Questions
What is Nuvo Gene Tea?
Nuvo Gene Tea is a delicious, healthy and effective beverage for quenching your thirst, helping you fight unwanted fat and maintaining your energy levels without the familiar "crash" of sugary caffeinated beverages. Nuvo Gene Tea comes in individual packets that when added to water create a refreshing peach-mango tea that can be enjoyed hot or cold.
What's Different About Nuvo Gene Tea?
The leading energy drinks share three common problems: taste, sugar content, and "the crash". Some of the most popular brands contain more than 30 grams of sugar per serving, Nuvo Gene Tea contains only 2 grams of sugar per serving while still tasting delicious. Nuvo Gene Tea contains a patented form of buffered caffeine that avoids the stimulant crash of regular caffeine as well as powerful antioxidant ECGC's extracted from green tea. It is the ultimate Fat Burning Energy Drink.
What Is Buffered Caffeine?
Buffered caffeine is a form of caffeine that absorbs at a slower rate than normal caffeine, avoiding the unpleasant crash brought on by rapid caffeine absorbtion. Boresha's patented formulation of buffered caffeine is the only buffered caffeine that negates the fat storing and blood glucose imbalances caused by ordinary caffeine sources like coffee and soft drinks.
Is It Safe?
The buffered caffeine in Nuvo Gene tea is 100% safe for human consumption, having been tested on over 250,000 people over a 30 year period.
How Does Nuvo Gene Tea Manage Hunger?
NuvoGene Tea is low-glycemic, stabilizing blood sugar levels and avoiding spikes and crashes. The caffeine crash is usually the result of lowered blood glucose levels. Many beverages and supplements that claim to manage hunger have a nasty rebound effect following the "crash" where the individual feels extremely hungry and is likely to binge eat to overcome the unpleasent effects of low blood glucose levels. NuvoGene Tea increases metabolic activity without inducing the hunger that comes from the “crash” effect.
What Does Low Glycemic Mean?
Low-glycemic refers to a numerical index based on the average increase in blood glucose levels after ingestion. High glycemic foods increase blood glucose levels more than low glycemic foods.