Got wind in my sails today, not only I published a post earlier today, now I am filming a Youtube video for You guys on what natural supplements I take. Think Solgar, Better You, Kiki Health, Ener C, Fushi Naturals, medicinal mushrooms, baobab powder, all kinds of fun stuff. Shall we see?
I love EnerC! I cannot keep stock of these tasty vitamin C drinks in the house – everyone loved them and I love watching everyone get 1000mg of vitamin a pop? Anyone wants to sponsor me and get me a container of them? That would me super happy 🙂 If You want to know more thoughts in them, I wrote about them in my Natural Medicine Cabinet post here.
Ingredients in Ener-C Raspberry:
Supplement Facts Serving Size: 1 Packet (9.25 g) Servings per Container: 30 Amount Per Serving % Daily Value Calories 25 2% Total Carbohydrate 5 g 2% Sugars 5 g 2% Vitamin C (ascorbic acid, mineral ascorbate mix) 1000 mg 1,667% Vitamin A (acetate) 2500 IU 50% Vitamin E (tocopheryl acetate) 15 IU 50% Vitamin B3 (niacin) 5 mg 25% Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 2 mg 100% Folic Acid 40 mcg 10% Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 25 mg 417% Pantothenic Acid 2.5 mg 25% Calcium 50 mg 5% Phosphorus 38 mg 4% Iodine 150 mcg 100% Magnesium 60 mg 15% Zinc 5 mg 33% Manganese 0.5 mg 25% Chromium 12 mcg 10% Potassium 200 mg 6% Other Ingredients: Cane Fructose, citric acid, malic acid, sodium bicarbonate, natural raspberry flavor, tapioca maltodextrin, silicon dioxide, glycine, aspartic acid, tartaric acid, cysteine HCl, purple sweet potato, caramel color, beet juice powder.
Also not a new thing to me. It is what I think of natural form of vitamin C + so much more superfood. I should use it so much more that I do actually. Now that I am typing this, I got an idea of mixing it with manuka honey for a face mask – I think it should work? I don’t see why not? For in depth post about baobab, see here.
Ingredients: 100% Organic Baobab Powder
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Naturally free from gluten and wheat.
No artificial colours, preservatives, sweeteners or fillers.
kiki health liquid chlorophyll
A new addition to my wellness arsenal, I have never tried it. The way I look at it, it should help the body to tip towards alkalinity, therefore get or stay healthy. Chlorophyll is basically the blood of the plants, right? The taste is ok & I will keep You posted on how I found it in my next month’s Love Lula post.
Ingredients in KIKI Health Liquid Chlorophyll:
Chlorophyll extracted from Medicago Sativa (alfalfa), purified water. Naturally free from gluten and wheat. NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS, PRESERVATIVES, SWEETENERS OR FILLERS
PS. Please keep in mind that some of the supplements fly off the shelves really fast, but Love Lula team are working hard at getting them back as soon as possible. So if something is out of stock, do check back or enter email to be notified. I know I did.
So that’s all for today, please let me know what supplements are You guys taking? I would love to know and add them to my list. All the medicinal mushrooms are already on it 🙂
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How are all of You? I hope 2019 is treating You well so far?
Idea for today’s post came via Love Lula Natural Beauty Club post, 5 Best Natural Beauty Products of 2018 of Live Naturally N (see her post here) and that got me thinking – how many of my Holy Grail Products of 2018 actually came from Love Lula? You can see my blogger recommendations here, but as life doesn’t stand still, my Holy Grail product change over time too, due to many different reasons – the brands sell out, products change in formulations, stop working or are no longer stocked by Love Lula. If You want to know my Love Lula Loves too, You are in the right place 🙂 Continue reading “My Best Love Lula 2018 Products”
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If you want to know what I got this Black Friday this year, you are in the right place. This year I didn’t do Black Friday sales round up for all the EU & UK online shops and brands post like I did last year, I decided I am against mindless consumerism. However, having said that, I did spend a lot of money myself – it was all on the good stuff that I know suits my super sensitive skin, bu the total is still eye wateringly high, and I don’t want to add up totals just yet. Head in the sand method works just fine for now, thanking you 🙂