Review: Zeal Wellness Formula Drink

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A friend of mine reached out to me recently about a product that she has incorporated into her life- the Zeal Wellness Formula. She asked if I’d be interested in trying some samples and reviewing them here.

Concentrated and powdered, Zeal Wellness Formula is a nutritional formula that can be mixed with water or juice. You can also blend it into a smoothie, if that’s more your style. The formula contains antioxidants, amino acids, herbs, and nutrients from whole food concentrates, as well as complex carbohydrates and polysaccharides to support your immune system.

There are 48 calories in a serving, and each serving includes 100 percent or more daily value of certain vitamins like A, C, and B12. It also contains different percentages of numerous other vitamins and minerals. The formula is sweetened with Stevia, and you can buy it both with or without guarana for extra energy.

Take a look at the Zeal Wellness Nutrition Facts for more info.

So what did I think?

I received a sample pack of 6 servings of Zeal in both Wild Berry and the Bold Grape flavors. The powder came inside little single-serving, recyclable bottles, and I just added the water. It’s also available in a big canister; just scoop out the serving you need for the day.

The grape flavor was tolerable, but I had to swig it down pretty quickly. Not my favorite. I actually liked the wild berry flavor, so I took my time drinking those bottles. The berry ones were more of a treat for me.

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I did feel energized after drinking these, thanks to the guarana, so I forewent my morning coffee on the days I tried Zeal. It was nice to not have a coffee crash around lunch time!

As far as feeling a difference in my body, I didn’t notice anything, but perhaps I would over a longer period of time. However, I already have a very nutritious, clean diet and feed my body well, so I’m not sure Zeal would ever make a noticeable difference. BUT I do like to take a multi-vitamin, just to make sure I’m always getting the right nutrients. I hate swallowing pills…can’t stand it. So the Zeal Wellness Formula really appeals to me, because of that. I also like that I can buy a formula with guarana and basically kill two birds with one stone: my morning coffee and my daily vitamin. It’s definitely cheaper than my favorite Starbucks latte. =D

Zeal is sold through a multi-level marketing style company, like Mary Kay, Thirty-One, and Stella & Dot. You can buy through a consultant, or even become one yourself.

The most affordable way to purchase Zeal is by signing up to be a preferred customer. A canister (30-day supply) will cost you $59.95, about $2 a serving. There’s a 30-day guarantee on the wellness canister, if you’re a first-time customer. If for any reason, you’re unsatisfied, you will have to ship back the unused portion of your canister, but your purchase price will be refunded.

To look into purchasing Zeal Wellness, or one of their other health products, visit 8great.zealforlife.com.

Email Debbie at sunnyfly10 at gmail.com for more info on Zeal. Right now you can purchase a sample pack like mine for $15! Ask Debbie for the details.

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Review: Nûby Medi•Nurser

Nûby sent me another fun product to share with you today!

A baby medicine dispenser, the NĂ»by Medi•Nurser is inexpensive and practical…and it’s something I wish I’d known about when my son was first born. As a breastfeeding mom, I was immediately prescribed a vitamin D supplement to give my son. Also, in the first couple of months, we often gave Baby J gripe water, since the poor little guy had bad gas.

A medicine dropper works, but I sometimes would squirt too much in his mouth for him to swallow. Then he’d end up spitting some of the medicine out, or it would just dribble out the corners of his mouth. It also took a while for him to get used to the taste.

The Medi•Nurser is designed like a tiny bottle with a nipple and measurements posted on the side. It helps medicine bypass most of your baby’s tastebuds and reduces the medicinal smell.

Now that Baby J is a toddler, I find the Medi•Nurser still convenient, for both medicine and vitamins. Baby J just holds the Medi•Nurser by himself and takes his medicine. The indentations on the side make it easy for him to grasp the bottle. He enjoys the independence, I think. 🙂

Poor little guy was sick with a cough and fever. Here Baby J is using his Medi Nurser to drink some soothing, natural cough syrup.
Baby J was able to get almost all the medicine out.

You can find the Medi•Nurser at (affiliate link>) Amazon and BabyEarth.

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The benefits of #Amacari in your diet. #CamuCamu #SuperFruit

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Although I’ve seen the word Amacari in advertising for a couple years now, I only recently learned exactly where it comes from and what it can do. Amacari is a supplement that comes from South American camu camu berries. Camu camu was recently hailed by the Dr. Oz Show online as potentially being the “…missing fountain of youth.”

According to the same Dr. Oz blog post, camu camu contains numerous essential vitamins, including the highest known amount of naturally-occurring Vitamin C. Because of this, camu camu is rich in antioxidants, and studies suggest it has anti-aging and anti-inflammatory effects. Iron, niacin, riboflavin, phosphorus, potassium, beta-carotene, calcium, and amino acids can all be found in camu camu.

Camu camu is also known to give natural energy boosts and improve focus.

The fruit itself is sour, which is why other forms, like Amacari pills, are so popular. In Amacari, the whole fruit is picked raw and powdered through a special method to preserve the nutrients. The entire berry (skin, pulp, and seed) is encapsulated. Amacari is organic, non-GMO, GMP-compliant, vegan, gluten-free, and kosher!

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Note- My Life: A Work in Progress was compensated for this post. Always talk to your doctor before taking a new supplement. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

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