Going through this pandemic that has affected the world, has certainly affected everyone of us. Through all of this I have been looking at ways to try and stay fit and healthy. Which is why I have been trying YourZooki Vitamin C pouches.
You may have already seen me mention YouZooki in my Fathers Day Gift Guide, but wanted to expand further on this great little supplement.
YouZooki produce a range of liquid supplements that deliver active ingredients in a whole new way to that we are used to. Using 100% natural ingredients and guaranteeing all supplements are sugar free. We can take the supplements knowing that we are putting nothing ‘bad’ into our bodies.
YourZooki Vitamin C
We all know how good Vitamin C is for us, it helps our immune systems stay healthy. Which in the times we are going through right now is something we should all be looking to make sure we do.
When I was sent a months supply of YourZooki Vitamin C, I could not wait to try it. I am not a fan of taking tablets, so was very intrigued by the satchets.
As this uses Liposomes to increase the bioavailability of Vitamin C. Which has been shown to make your body absorb over 50% more. Which is great as our bodies can not stor Vitamin C, so when our bodies go into overdrive to fight of an infection. It will very quickly burn through the Vitamin C that is circulating in our bodies.
Another thing I love is that the supplement are vegan, dairy-free, soy-free and gluten-free, which is great for those who are sensitive to these.
After trying these for a while, I have tried them in water, as a topping to my porridge and also straight from the satchet. For me I found it quicker and easier to just take straight from the satchet. Making it quick and easy to take. Although we have all been on lockdown, when we can start to travel further from our homes or to work. These will be great and convenient to take away. I am not sure if they have helped me with my immunity as we have been isolating, but I have not even had a sniffle so can only assume they are doing me good.
In my house we do use dietry supplements, especially for C so I am always looking at various brands. I did try C on these and she did not like it, she prefers to have her supplements in either tablet form or a patch. For me this is how I prefer to take mine. I suppose it is just personal preferences
What supplements have you been taking and have you increased what you take over the past few months?