There are four reasons why I’m obsessed with these personal packs:
1) They’re so convenient
2) They give me more energy
3) They force me to drink more water
4) They help keep my immune system strong (especially during this horrible flu season)
It’s not always the easiest thing to eat a balanced diet every day. When I’m just sitting at work I have a horrible tendency to snack on anything and everything. This often leads to less-than-ideal meals… that’s where Mytrition steps in to save the day!
Every day you take a pill pack, you automatically consume an additional glass of water. I mean, come on, these daily personal packs have 7 pills in them! That requires a lot of H20 to suck them down. Right there, extra water your body is probably craving, along with these other wonderful things!
Multivitamins – provides broad-spectrum support for your healthy, active lifestyle. They help fill in gaps in nutrition and support total-body wellness. Provides a full daily serving or more of many essential vitamins and minerals.
Omega-3 Fish Oil provides high-levels of EPA (600 mg) and DHA (240 mg) to promote brain,eye, and cardiovascular health.
Coenzyme Q-10 100 mg for energy production and antioxidant support.
Green Tea Extract to promote a healthy metabolism and provide antioxidant support.
Cranberry to support urinary tract health.
Vitamin D3 2000 IU to support bone and immune health.
You can order these packs online or at any Vitamin Shoppe. Plus you can get 10% off if you sign up online for their email newsletter and they have a deal going now through 1/25 for buy one pack, get the other 50% off!
Now, don’t go out and buy a 4-month supply of this stuff, just take it month by month. Make sure to give it more than just a 3 day try before deciding if you like them or not. Set an alarm on your phone every day to take them. They can be a bit heavy on an empty stomach, so I suggest you take them after eating lunch. Plus, the energy (green tea extract pill) will last until your after work workout!
There are loads of different daily vitamin packs out there for women, so try a few different kinds before you choose one. Some work better for others. Which ones do you use?