The Moonlight Beverage Company™ produces and markets Love Life® and Wingman AeroFitness™ brand enhanced beverages containing amino acids. The amino acids promote the production of Nitric Oxide, a molecule that plays a key role in cardiovascular health and improving blood flow. Love Life is available in Cosmo Flavor, while Wingman AeroFitness is available in Citrus Mint flavor.
Enhanced Beverages are in their own class of beverages, they are not sodas, energy drinks or soft drinks. Enhanced beverages are specifically formulated to provide additional nutrients that deliver certain benefits.
Nitric Oxide is a naturally occurring molecule produced by your body. Nitric Oxide expands blood vessels, improves blood flow, increases endurance and stamina, and helps remove lactic acid from your blood stream. Three naturally occurring amino acids are key to the production of Nitric Oxide – Arginine, Citrulline and Taurine. Nitric Oxide was first identified as a key component of cardiovascular functions and processes in 1998 by Nobel Prize-winning chemists and pharmacologists Dr. Robert F. Furchgott, Dr. Louis Ignarro and Dr. Ferid Murad. For more information, see Nitric Oxide on Wikipedia.
Blood flow is essential to good health because it helps your body deliver oxygen and other nutrients to your muscles and organs. Blood flow also plays an important role in ridding your body of lactic acid, which is a major cause of muscle soreness.
Yes, Love Life® is specifically formulated for adults, especially adults over 40 years of age. Love Life delivers 8 grams of amino acids (including Arginine, Citrulline and Taurine) that help foster Nitric Oxide production in your blood stream. As people age nitric oxide production decreases. Enhancing nitric oxide production is important throughout life for improved blood flow.
Pretty funny you should ask, nitrous oxide (laughing gas) is frequently used by dentists on patients while having a procedure performed. So no they are not the same. Nitric oxide does not produce the effects associated with nitrous oxide.
Yes, Wingman AeroFitness™ is specifically formulated for adults and can help improve blood flow for both women and men. Wingman AeroFitness delivers 8 grams of amino acids (including Arginine, Citrulline and Taurine) that help foster Nitric Oxide production in your blood stream. Nitric Oxide expands blood vessels and improves blood flow, which leads to increased endurance and stamina, and it also helps remove lactic acid from your blood stream.
Wingman AeroFitness™ can help improve blood flow for both women and men. Blood flow is essential to good health because it helps your body deliver oxygen and other nutrients to your muscles and organs. Blood flow also plays an important role in ridding your body of lactic acid, which is a major cause of muscle soreness.
No, Love Life® and Wingman AeroFitness™ enhanced beverages are caffeine-free.
For best results, consume Love Life® or Wingman AeroFitness™ enhanced beverages on an empty stomach 30 minutes before you need a boost. It's great when you take it before fitness and exercise, romantic encounters, travel and jet lag recovery, counteracting the effects of high altitude, or other activities.
No, the FDA does not allow amino acids to be listed as protein. Essentially 70 calories come from carbs and 30 calories come from amino acids.
The beverages do not contain artificial sweeteners because Carl Schroeder is not a big fan of artificial sweeteners and believes in using a moderate amount of sugar. Plus when working out the human body does need an energy source.
Carl Schroeder is a beverage industry executive with over 25 years of business, leadership and technical manufacturing experience at Schroeder Milk Company, a national producer of dairy products and beverages.
Carl has six core areas that drive all his actions – Family, People, Earth, Water, Animals, and the Universe. He has a strong interest in global food and water issues and recognizes that these issues are some of our most important global challenges. Carl has mentored several businesses through the Minnesota Cup competition, which is associated with the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. He has also served on the board of directors for the Roseville Area Schools Foundation and Compatible Technology International, a nonprofit which designs simple machines for water purification and post-harvest crop processing in Africa and South America.
Carl was given his nickname "The Free-Range Rhino" by his wife, Kristin, because he charges into every challenge head-first and stomps out fires as they arise, just like the rhino in the 1980s movie, The Gods Must Be Crazy. Carl enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters, being in nature, landscaping, fishing and hunting with his lab Trooper, and playing hockey.