NFL gets into the “Red (Bush) Zone”

If you believe commercials and product placements, professional football teams are practically swimming in sports drinks. But the fact is many NFL players know better than to fill their bodies with junk.

And that’s exactly what those radiator fluid-colored drinks are. They’re filled with sugars, salts, hydrogenated oils, and artificial chemicals that do nothing to improve performance. Which is why many true elite athletes actually choose to hydrate their bodies at the cellular level…in a totally natural way.

Unfortunately, lucrative commercial contracts keep NFL players from talking truth about this natural option. But to many players, coaches, and trainers, this valuable weapon is indispensable. It not only hydrates the cells themselves, it also improves glucose metabolism and muscle performance. Which is why it’s such a shame that they’ve had to keep it secret.

Until now, that is.

My friend Otis Smith—former NFL All-Star cornerback and assistant coach for the New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, and Kansas City Chiefs—is no longer contractually required to keep silent. And he’s eager to tell you about this “secret” that he learned about during his grueling career, and which he still uses today.

It’s the same “secret” I’ve told you about here in Insiders’ Cures many times. I’m referring, of course, to South African red bush.

Here’s what Otis had to say about Red Joe, the red bush formula I helped create:

“After using [it] for a few weeks, I started having more energy and my endurance started getting stronger while working out.”

And it’s not just his strength that’s improved. “My sleep pattern has gotten better where I’m not waking up in the middle of the night as much,” Smith told me. “My family loves Red Joe as well. If any of the kids feels a cold coming on, they immediately ask for Red Joe.”

Of course, you don’t have to be an NFL star (or one of his family members) to feel these kinds of benefits. You can try Red Joe yourself.