“Spring into action this year and hit the ground running”
This can be as simple as incorporating Pukka Vitalise into your morning routine, or so 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?!
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.