New Hope for Restoring Energy
Recovery Factors® was originally developed as a unique nutritional support supplement for people not receiving adequate nutrition. But soon after people began taking it, something fascinating happened. Other remarkable benefits began to be reported, including dramatic improvements in energy, post exertion malaise, brain fog and occasional muscle pain following exercise.
How It’s Helped People
For many years we’ve seen people from all walks of life with vastly different concerns all benefit from using this nutritional formulation. Even those without health issues have benefited from its use. Whether you’re inactive or a top athlete, the effect of Recovery Factors can be dramatic.
What Users Say
"The benefits began from day 1 and after a few days I had more energy, better mood, and less brain fog. After taking the supplement for 6 weeks, I can’t imagine not taking it and returning to the way I’ve felt for over 20 years! It is really a life changing supplement! "
Although it can help even top-tier athletes, benefits are also seen in people who are very inactive. Here’s what one said after being in the study for just a short time.
"This supplement has been one of the most positive things to happen to me in years. I’ve had an increase in energy and drop in fatigue. It has helped noticeably."
Researched by Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
Dr. Teitelbaum is a nationally known expert in the fatigue, sleep and pain. He has authored 10 books on the topics, including the best-selling From Fatigued to Fantastic, and published numerous research studies. He does frequent media appearances including Good Morning America, CNN, Fox News Channel, and many others, and is frequently quoted as a medical expert.
Can Someone Guide Me on Using Recovery Factors?
We invite you to join the Recovery Factors community at our Recovery4Me website. Questions posted there are often answered by Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, who is principal investigator on the two studies, and the team that developed the product. In addition, we will all be sharing our experiences, while supporting and teaching each other.