Revitalize with Vitalise powder

“Spring into action this year and hit the ground running”

This can be as simple as incorporating Pukka Vitalise into your morning routine. The press release says. “Great” I say, “Send me some now!.” If it’s as easy as swigging a few herbs, what’s the harm in trying…

I receive my packet of goodness at work, and eager to rev up my flailing energy levels – it’s bad when you get a 9-10am slump right? – I follow directions, mixing the powder with some water, and sit down at my desk. Suddenly I’m acutely embarrassed. Will my colleagues think I am to be revered for treating my body as a temple, or will they think I’m weird for drinking what looks suspiciously like pond water?!

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A blend of 22 foods, all concentrated down to optimize the nutrition. This colorful blend of organic concentrated extracts from: 3 fruits, 4 vegetables, 6 herbs and spices, 3 seaweeds, 2 freshwater plants, 2 grass juices and flower plants, contains the equivalent antioxidant level of three servings of fruits and veggies. Aloe vera, beetroot, chlorella and wheat-grass, just to name a few of the ingredients which are found in Vitalise and are listed like an A-Z of all super foods.

It would probably be great with a juice, to allow the texture to blend in and create a quite a tasty drink. As it is, the pleasant licorice tang means it is more than palatable. At £1.30 a sachet I think it is a little pricey for me to make it part of my morning routine, and as I quite like fruits and veggies the idea that I could potentially replace some of these isn’t a lure. Having said that, I definitely didn’t feel as tired today, so maybe there is something in it.

If you’d like to give it a try, Vitalise Powder is available from the Nutri Centre nation wide and online at  Pukkaherbs.com. The cost is £1.30 per single serving sachet.

 

Bio: Francesca Baker is a freelance writer who shares her passion for literature by writing for ForBooksSake.net and runs a music magazine called It’s all happening where she promotes gigs in West London.

 

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