I was asked by Vegavero to review a couple of products which are aimed at self-care in the autumn/winter months. The products are great, I Iove their ethos and what they’re all about. Germany seems so ahead of the game when it comes to veganism and protecting the planet so I really enjoy working with forward-thinking companies from that part of the world.
“Originally founded as a family business in Berlin. All our products are?completely plant-based & free of any animal products?because we know that this is the only responsible choice for the healthy and sustainable care of your body and mind.”
I was sent the matcha powder and vit?d3 spray to try and review. First impressions were the packaging looks great, they arrived quickly and were totally vegan. I wanted to try them both for a suitable amount of time so I could review them completely and honestly. Here’s what I thought and some info about the products:
Vitamin D3 + K2-MK7 Spray
- Lovely apple flavour
- Quick and easy to use
- Absorbs quicker than tablets
- Great for people who have problems absorbing vitamins
- Easy way?to get your Vit?d in the colder, darker months
- 1 spray each day
- 125 days worth of vits
- Great health benefits!
- The perfect dosage
- 2 in 1 product
[otw_shortcode_quote border_style=”bordered”]I absolutely love this product and use it every day![/otw_shortcode_quote]
“Vitamin D3: Vitamin D is one of the 24 critical fat-soluble vital for human survival, and the main source of vitamin D comes from sunlight. However modern lifestyles and certain geographical locations can cause reduced vitamin D levels in the body, particularly during the winter. This can lead to a weakened immune system and more prone to diseases, low mood levels, weakened bones and an overall decrease in muscle function.
Vitamin K2-Mk7: Vitamin K belongs to the fat-soluble vitamins alongside vitamins A, D and E. K2 is predominantly bacterial in origin and are mainly present in fermented foods, therefore making it difficult to get sufficient K2 from food alone.”
Japanese Matcha Tea 100g
- Lovely flavour
- No additives or flavourings
- Easy to mix
- Lower caffeine than tea or coffee
- Can be used in food, smoothies, and juices too.
I love making matcha lattes with this and want to try baking a matcha cake soon.
“Benefits of Matcha include a strengthened immune system, cardiovascular health, detoxification, and mental alertness. Due to Matcha?s unique form of caffeine known as Theophylline, an increase in energy levels and focus without the averse effects of caffeine are noted. Matcha creates mental alertness of the mind yet a calmness of the body.”
Try my easy recipe to make a matcha latte at home:
- 1 1/4tsp Vegavero Japanese matcha powder
- 1tbsp maple syrupor preferred sweetener
- 1tbsp hot water
- 360ml coconut milkor milk of your choosing
People tend to get ill more in the colder months so self-care is super important this time of year. While its great to look after your mental health by taking your meds, having some time for yourself (face mask, alone time, reading etc…), it’s really important to care for your insides too by eating right, taking supplements and natures boosters.
Vitamins are mostly found in fruits and veg but my body doesn’t?absorb vitamins well so I started taking oral sprays this year and feel much better for it. I love their ease of use, they’re?easy to chuck in your bag and they taste great too! Taking supplements is a really easy thing that you can do daily to take care of yourself.
Let me know what you think in the comments or???me?@veganbabelife