Cheer Up is designed to give you that something extra. You will experience more energy and focus while helping with stress levels and a heightened sense of mood.
Cheer Up is a combination of ingredients that come from food
sources such as whole wheat,
almonds, kale, flax, and bananas,
as well as some that are
produced in the human body.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Cheer Up?
Cheer Up is a dietary supplement pill that can help you with focus, mental alertness, stress reduction and mood-stability. It contains B1, B2 and B6 vitamins along with amino acids and stimulants.
How much caffeine is in Cheer Up?
A single Cheer Up pill contains about as much caffeine as a 16 oz bottle of soda and less than half the amount of caffeine in a small cup of premium coffee.
What are the best times to take Cheer Up?
Try taking Cheer Up when you feel you need that extra little boost to get through your day. Cheer Up goes great as a supplement to any meal or snack. We know life isn’t always balanced so we designed Cheer Up to be easily taken for the person on the go.
How do I know if Cheer Up is right for me?
The best way to find out is to try it! Everybody is different so we suggest taking one pill to start then taking another if you want to increase the feeling.
There appears to be a high level of B Vitamins in Cheer Up. Is this Safe?
Yes. While the numbers looks high they are very safe and your body will expel unneeded B Vitamins in your urine. Don’t be alarmed if your urine is a neon color after taking Cheer Up. This is caused from the B Vitamins and is perfectly fine. People who take a multi-vitamin may already experience this.
Has Cheer Up been approved by the FDA?
No. Dietary supplements are regulated, but are not approved by the FDA. All dietary supplements must comply with the provisions of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act as regulated by the FDA. Most items you see in this category on store shelves are not approved by the FDA. This does not mean they are harmful.
Cheer Up does not contain Niacin (Vitamin B3)?
Some people enjoy the feeling of Niacin while others are sensitive to it. Cheer Up is designed to be so much more than energy so we left out the B3 and used other ingredients to help with focus, mood and stress.
Who should not take Cheer Up?
- Women who are pregnant or nursing.
- Children under 12 years of age.
- People diagnosed with phenylketonuria (PKU).
Check with your doctor before taking Cheer Up if…
- You are currently taking any prescription medicines.
- You have been advised by your physician to avoid stimulants or caffeine.
- You have a medical condition that makes you concerned about taking it.
- You are concerned about taking it for any reason.