The Hammer Nutrition Daily Essentials
The Ultimate Combination for Enhanced Athletic Performance and Overall Health
BY STEVE BORN
Some adjectives for the word “essential” are crucial, necessary, vital, indispensable, imperative, and required. All these words appropriately describe the rationale behind the consistent, daily use of the four products that make up the Hammer Nutrition Daily Essentials: Premium Insurance Caps, Race Caps Supreme, Mito Caps, and EndurOmega.
As was the case in 2020, we need to continue to do everything we can to protect our health. With more and more “live” events happening in 2021 (thank heavens!), we also want to make sure our bodies are supplied with the nutrients we need to perform at our best. Taking into account that consuming the best possible diet, while extremely important, cannot provide anywhere near the amounts of nutrients you need, the everyday use of the Daily Essentials products is not just a good idea, it’s essential!
Premium Insurance Caps, Race Caps Supreme, Mito Caps, and EndurOmega provide the widest range of benefits for enhancing athletic performance and overall health. They are the cornerstone products of the Hammer Nutrition product line, and they should be the foundation of your supplement program. Take them every single day—whether exercising or not—and enjoy the tremendous benefits they provide.
WHAT THE DAILY ESSENTIALS DO FOR YOU
- “Bridges the gap” between the amount of vitamins and minerals you’re getting from your diet and what you truly need for optimal health.
- Supports superior exercise recovery and entire-body health by supplying a wide range of antioxidants to help neutralize free radicals and the cellular destruction they cause.
- Provides key substrates to ensure efficient and consistent production of energy.
- Optimizes mitochondrial health, an absolute necessity for enhancing athletic performance and overall health.
- Supplies the body with the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, which are intimately involved in numerous areas of human health, including cardiovascular and mental health.
PREMIUM INSURANCE CAPS
The “balanced diet” is a myth; you simply cannot meet all your nutrient needs from diet alone. This is supported by much research, with the conclusions of one such study soberly stating: “Nearly the entire U.S. population consumes a diet that is not on par with recommendations.”1 That’s why supplementation with a superior-quality vitamin/mineral supplement—Premium Insurance Caps—is an absolute necessity. Unlike many products that contain inadequate Daily Value (DV) or Reference Daily Intake (RDI) amounts of nutrients, Premium Insurance Caps is formulated with Optimum Daily Intake (ODI) amounts of the highest-quality vitamins and minerals, the quantities your body needs for optimal health. DV and RDI standards represent the minimal amount needed to prevent nutrient-deficiency diseases and have nothing to do with optimizing one’s health. Also included in the formula is an impressive array of complementary nutrients and digestive enzymes.
RACE CAPS SUPREME
Since 1987, Race Caps Supreme has been the athlete’s supplement of choice, withstanding the test of time in a market flooded by other products that don’t deliver results as promised. This powerful blend of nutrients, headed up by Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and idebenone, aids both athletic performance enhancement and overall health—a one-two punch formulated for hard-training athletes, but also highly beneficial for everyone 30 years and older. Race Caps Supreme stands alone as a safe, effective formula for:
- Higher energy levels, without the unpleasant stimulant side effects
- A noticeable increase in endurance
- Enhanced recovery and less muscle soreness
- Antioxidant support for optimal immune system function
- Key nutrients that powerfully support cardiovascular health
Getting the most out of every minute of every day requires efficient energy production at the cellular level. The unique Mito Caps formula is based on the eye-opening studies of Dr. Bruce Ames regarding mitochondrial functioning, aging, deterioration, and regeneration. Mito Caps contains the two nutrients used in these landmark studies: acetyl l-carnitine (ALC) and R-alpha lipoic acid (R-ALA), as well as several other complementary nutrients including dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE), para-amino benzoic acid (PABA), vitamin E, vitamin B6, and ascorbyl palmitate. A proprietary enzyme blend is also included to aid in complete absorption of all the nutrients. Take care of the health of your mitochondria, the energy-producing “furnaces” in the cells, and they’ll take care of you in terms of both enhanced athletic performance and superior-quality health.
The premium-quality fish oil contained in EndurOmega supplies the body with the essential fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), both of which are vitally important for numerous aspects of athletic performance and overall health. These EFAs are required for life itself, in fact, so it’s no wonder they’re designated as “essential!” Supplementation is the easiest and most efficient way to ensure you’re receiving adequate amounts of EPA and DHA.
Fish oil has also been found to reduce aches and soreness. This is an important benefit that you can enjoy daily as well as during recovery.
A question we get asked with great frequency is, “Of all the products you offer, which ones would be the ones I’d want to start with?” Our answer is ALWAYS The Daily Essentials! Why? Because the products that make up this impressive kit provide a tremendously wide range of benefits that support optimal athletic performance and overall health, a range that no other supplement combination can come close to matching. Premium Insurance Caps, Race Caps Supreme, Mito Caps, and EndurOmega are products that everyone, athlete and non-athlete alike, will benefit from. They should be the foundation of every daily supplement program, including yours!
 Susan M. Krebs-Smith, Patricia M. Guenther, Amy F. Subar, Sharon I. Kirkpatrick, Kevin W. Dodd; Americans Do Not Meet Federal Dietary Recommendations, The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 140, Issue 10, 1 October 2010, Pages 1832–1838, https://doi.org/10.3945/jn.110.124826