We care about what you put in your body and believe in being upfront about what we put in our product. A serving of inVok provides at least 10% of your Daily Value* for Calcium Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Biotin, Vitamin B-6, and Vitamin B12. Vitamins and minerals are key to every process that takes place in your body.
NATURAL CAFFEINE SOURCES FROM GREEN COFFEE & GREEN TEA
GREEN COFFEE BEAN EXTRACT
Green coffee extract is a natural source of caffeine from coffee, without the roasted coffee flavor. Each serving of inVok provides 79 mg of caffeine from Green Coffee Extract. inVok has 85 mg of naturally derived caffeine per 8.4 ounce serving, similar to one cup of brewed coffee.
Women have unique nutritional needs when it comes to building and maintaining healthy bone mass. Calcium promotes bone growth, strong teeth and helps maintain healthy blood pressure.
This is your body’s guardian angel. As an antioxidant, it strengthens the immune system and helps you maintain a healthy body.
Biotin helps direct the conversion of food into energy. Too little biotin can cause symptoms such as hair loss, brittle nails and dry, scaly skin. inVok meets your daily quota for biotin to complement a nutrient-rich diet.
Vitamin B6 aids in melatonin production which helps regulate your internal clock. It also helps your body use proteins and fat, keep your blood sugar in normal ranges and helps your body make red blood cells and antibodies that fight infection.
Grapeseed extract has antioxidant properties that help neutralize free radicals. The antioxidants may protect blood vessels and other body cells from damage.
Learn More about the inVok Ingredients and how each are beneficial to women.
inVok contains no artificial sweeteners. We start with purified water and blend in natural sweeteners with fruit juice concentrates. Many conventional energy drinks contain 20-30 grams of total sugar. With 9-10 grams of total sugar per serving, inVok’s refreshing flavor come from:
*Daily Value (DV): Recommended intakes of nutrients vary by age and gender and are known as Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) and Adequate Intakes (AIs). However, one value for each nutrient, known as the Daily Value (DV), is a term on food labels designed to help consumers plan a healthy diet. You can use the Percent Daily Value (%DV) listed on the Nutrition Facts Label as a guide to determine if a serving of food is high or low in these nutrients. As a general rule, remember that 5% DV or less of a nutrient is low, 10% or more is good, and 20% or more is excellent. A DV is often, but not always, similar to one’s RDA or AI for that nutrient.