For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been trying out V.Good Vitamins. They kindly gifted me one of their monthly boxes so that I could improve my gut health, boost my energy, strengthen my immune system and much more with absolute ease.
When starting out on any supplement regime, it can be really hard to decide what to buy. Just trying to navigate the sheer number of vitamins available at the supermarket or chemist can be a mammoth task.
And if you’re anything like me, you have a medicine cabinet full of supplements that you’ve purchased after reading all about the benefits but you’ve forgotten to take them and then they just sit there gathering dust.
Well, that’s why I’m LOVING v.good vitamins.
For a start, there’s no clutter, all your daily capsules are in handy sachets so you can just grab and go. And the sachets also happen to be plastic free and totally recyclable.
The company has also consulted with specialists to find out the best mix of vitamins and minerals that provide a solution to what most of us are suffering from; poor sleep, joint pain, muscle aches and a weakened immune system resulting in endless colds and sniffles.
Why do we need Vitamin Supplements?
Supplement: a thing added to something else in order to complete or enhance it.
Of course, we all strive to get our vitamins, minerals and nutrients by eating a healthy, balanced diet. But it’s not always possible.
Factors such as age, gender, genetics, medical history, environment and more can have an effect on how our body handles the intake of vitamin and minerals.
What can you find in a
V . Good Vitamin sachet?
There are 5 capsules in each sachet that
Would I purchase a v.good vitamins?
I mentioned at the start of this post that I’d been gifted a 30 day supply, so the big question is, would I part with my own money to get my monthly vitamin fix from v.good?
Well, the answer is simply YES.
I always have the best of intentions to maintain a good supplement program but I find it too easy to skip capsules or get overwhelmed by what I should or shouldn’t be taking.
The stress and hassle of all that was removed by using v.good.
Their sachets are so handy, especially if you’re travelling – who wants to lug around a load of vitamins in your suitcase?
They also use no artificial fillers, which is another concern of mine when I purchase supplements. The ingredients they use are top quality and they promise that there’s no magnesium stearate, no silicon dioxide and no titanium dioxide.
Since using the supplements I do feel better, I don’t feel as groggy when I wake up in the morning, I’m sleeping better and I’m not getting the random muscle pain that I starting to get daily.
More information on what’s in each sachet…
The Multivitamin & Mineral
This provides you with a boost of vitamins and minerals that are often lacking in modern day diets. It has 13 ingredients including B1, B2, B3, Pantothenic Acid, B6, Biotin, Folic Acid, B12, calcium, magnesium, chromium, Selenium and Turmeric.
The Live Cultures capsule
Most people think that bacteria is going to cause them to be unwell, but whilst not all bacteria is good news, good bacteria is essential for boosting our immune system, keeping our digestive system running smoothly, keeping our hormone levels balanced, our brain working properly and is absolutely essential for good overall health. This capsule provides live cultures (probiotics) which is healthy bacteria that can help restore the natural balance of bacteria in your gut.
Vitamin C with Zinc
This capsule has powerful antioxidant properties that help keep your immune system healthy. The added extra of zinc combines will keep your natural defences on top form.
Vitamin D is important for a healthy immune system as well as healthy teeth and bones. Usually, you can get a good dose of vitamin D from the sun but if you’re living in the UK, the likelihood is you just won’t be able to get enough.
Our bodies can’t make fatty acids so it’s essential to get them from food or supplements. Omega 3 is important for our brains, heart, joints and overall health. If you’re like me and don’t eat fish, then you may find it difficult to get your daily dose of omega 3 without taking a supplement.
The supplements are free from Gluten, Wheat, Yeast, Maize, Lactose, Dairy and Salt. Of course, the omega 3 capsule does include fish so if you have any allergies to fish, it’s worth taking a good look at the ingredients before trying them out. They are also halal and kosher friendly.
So if you’re looking for good quality supplements that are easy to take, I’d recommend v.good.
They’re currently priced at £27.99 (reduced from £38) for a 30 day supply (150 capsules). UK delivery is free and orders are dispatched quickly. Click here to visit the v.good shop.