Energy without the jitters?

What if you could get the energy your body needs without caffeine? Mitopure helps your cells make more energy on their own.


Caffeine - whether it's coffee, tea, soda, or energy drinks, most Americans rely on this energy booster to get through the day. Its ability to wake us up is undeniable, and it offers some great health benefits, including improving mental and physical performance. Caffeine is an antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties, and people who regularly consume caffeine tend to have a lower incidence of neurodegenerative conditions like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease.[1]

However, our love affair with coffee and caffeine does not come without its health concerns. What if we could fix our body’s natural ability to produce energy without relying on stimulants like coffee?

Well, the answer may be here. Scientists have identified a key postbiotic nutrient derived from pomegranates that triggers an essential cellular renewal process. Urolithin A helps to increase our body's energy production at the source - the mitochondria.

Mitopure is a highly pure form of Urolithin A, that helps to energize you at the cellular level.

Our body’s energy crisis

We need energy to live. Our bodies rely on a constant supply every minute of the day, even at rest. However, as we age, our body’s ability to make energy declines, but we all know our demand does not.

And herein lies the problem. Modern-day life places more and more demands on our energy supply, yet the body’s innate ability to create energy declines, putting us in a biological energy deficit.

Reaching for stimulants like coffee, tea, or energy drinks, puts a band-aid on the problem. They provide short bursts of energy without getting to the root cause of the problem.


Urolithin A for cellular energy

Urolithin A works in a completely different way than caffeine. Instead of stimulating the central nervous system, it activates a cellular renewal process called mitophagy. This process encourages the breakdown and recycling of older dysfunctional mitochondria, allowing newer, more efficient ones to take their place. The result is elevated cellular energy levels – more energy from the source.

Over 14 years of research have demonstrated that Urolithin A is healthy and safe. Studies have shown that it:

  • Improves mitochondrial health
  • Increases cellular energy
  • Improves muscular strength and performance

Urolithin A is a natural substance made by our gut microbiome after we eat certain foods like pomegranates, berries, and some nuts. Unfortunately, only 1 out of 3 people have the right microbiome to make Urolithin A, so most of us have to rely on supplements to reap its benefits.


The issue with caffeine

You may not realize this, but caffeine can actually be considered a drug because it acts as a stimulant. It increases activity in the brain and central nervous system by blocking receptors in the brain that make us sleepy.[2] For some people, the buzz of caffeine wakes them up and helps them get through the day. For others, it can cause jitters, anxiety and rapid heart rate.

Continued caffeine use can also cause a dependency, which is why you may feel the need to grab that afternoon coffee or latte.[3] Maybe you’ve even noticed withdrawal symptoms when you don’t get your morning fix.

The bottom line

There’s no shame in the fact that most of us need a little energy boost to get us through the day, but what if you could support your body in making more rather than relying on external stimuli?

While Mitopure won’t give you that instant jolt of energy, it targets the root cause of your energy crisis. Imagine how your day would feel if you didn’t need to constantly reach for your cup of coffee.


  1. dePaula J, Farah A. Caffeine Consumption through Coffee: Content in the Beverage, Metabolism, Health Benefits and Risks. Beverages. 2019;5(2):37. doi:10.3390/beverages5020037

  2. Lazarus M, Shen HY, Cherasse Y, et al. Arousal Effect of Caffeine Depends on Adenosine A2A Receptors in the Shell of the Nucleus Accumbens. J Neurosci. 2011;31(27):10067-10075. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.6730-10.2011

  3. Meredith SE, Juliano LM, Hughes JR, Griffiths RR. Caffeine Use Disorder: A Comprehensive Review and Research Agenda. J Caffeine Res. 2013;3(3):114-130. doi:10.1089/jcr.2013.0016

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. References: *Nutrition studies: 500mg Mitopure® have been shown to (1) induce gene expression related to mitochondria function and metabolism and (2) increase the strength of the hamstring leg muscle in measures of knee extension and flexion in overweight 40-65 year olds. Data from two randomized double-blind placebo-controlled human clinical trials. **Nutrition NOURISH Study: 500mg Mitopure® have been shown to deliver at least 6 times higher Urolithin A plasma levels over 24 hours (area under the curve) than 8 ounces (240ml) of pomegranate juice in a randomized human clinical trial.

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