the Zeal difference
Feeling the Zeal difference means different things to different people.
But now a clinical study backs up that there definitely is a Zeal difference. Recent clinical trial results from independent third-party research firm KGK Synergize* confirm that the positive benefits of drinking Zeal include improved mood, stronger vigor and vitality, and less anxiety and fatigue. Under the highest scientific standards, the study was conducted on healthy and active people not trying to improve mood or enhance their current health. Yet, after just 28 days of drinking Zeal twice a day, 85% felt better. The Zeal for Life difference was significant.
SUMMARY OF THE EFFICACY RESULTS OF THE 2-DAY ZEAL GROUP THAT FOLLOWED THE PROTOCOL FULLY COMPARED TO PLACEBO WITH REGARD TO TOTAL MOOD DISTURBANCE:
Participants in 2-dose-Zeal group reported a significant 7.7% decrease in POMS-TMD vs. combined Placebo group at day 29 (p < 0.047).
In summary, 2-dose Zeal supplementation resulted in a significant decrease in POMS-TMD in 29 days compared to the combined Placebo.
When comparing the Per Protocol Group vs. Combined Placebo Group in the POMS subdomains at Day 29, participants in 2-dose-Zeal group reported a significant decrease in Anger and Hostility of 8.6% vs. combined Placebo group at day 29 (p < 0.022).
Within Group Changes (Not necessarily statistically significant between groups) supporting 2-dose versus 1-dose per day
The Per Protocol group supplemented with 2-dose-Zeal reported a 23.6% improvement in POMS-TMD over baseline by day 29 (p < 0.001) within the group.
In further analyses of the subdomains, improvements were seen in the 2-dose-Zeal group with participants reporting decreases of 14.3% in Anger and Hostility (p < 0.001), 19.6% in Fatigue-Inertia (p < 0.001), 19% in Confusion-Bewilderment (p < 0.001), 12.8% in Despondency- Dejection (p = 0.002), 19.4% in Tension-Anxiety (p < 0.001) and an increase of 23.1% in Vigor-Activity (p = 0.002) over baseline by day 29.
Improvements were also seen in the 1-dose-Zeal group, although to a lesser extent than in the 2-dose group, with participants reporting decreases of 4.5% in Anger and Hostility, 10% in Fatigue-Inertia (p
= 0.021), 12.9% in Confusion-Bewilderment (p = 0.003), 4.9% in Despondency-Dejection, 12.8% in Tension-Anxiety (p = 0.002) and an increase by 3.5% in Vigor-Activity over baseline by day 29.
After only 8 days of supplementation, participants in 2-dose-Zeal reported a 12.4% within-group improvement in POMS-Total Mood Disruption over baseline.
Participants in 2-dose-Zeal also reported significant improvements over baseline in impact of stress on mood at day 8, day 15 and day 29.