Portugal and Real Madrid soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has renewed his personal endorsement deal with Herbalife Nutrition. Under the terms of the new deal, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner, 33, will e company until 2021. Rapidly fuel your workouts and enhance hydration! CR7 Drive is a contemporary sports drink, without any artificial flavors or sweeteners. It is light tasting and formulated to provide three components necessary for performance: enhanced hydration, metabolism-supporting Vitamin B12, and energy.Herbalife - £1.95million
Ronaldo signed a deal with global multi-level marketing corporation Herbalife back in 2013. The deal lasted five years, with Ronaldo bagging around £400,000 a year for his trouble, and saw the footballer star in a number of commercials.BOTTOM LINE: The Herbalife diet is pricey and involves highly processed shakes and many supplements, some of which have been linked to negative health effects. Short-term use likely causes weight loss, but long-term effectiveness is yet to be studied.
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