Keep your body healthy with liquid supplements

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As I have told you a few weeks ago, I have completely changed my diet and started to eat healthy and become healthier. I’m proud to say that I am still on track, and that I still feel great! I feel my body being stronger and my immune system working better.

The past few weeks everyone around me has been hit by a nasty flu virus that is currently on the loose in the area where I live.  I am the only one that didn’t get it, and I strongly believe that this is because of my healthy lifestyle.

Of course, adopting such a dramatic diet meant that my body didn’t receive all the nutrients and vitamins that it needed every day, so I started to take supplements.

And when SBR Nutrition has asked me if I wanted to try their liquid vitamins, I said yes, as I have never tried this type of supplements before.

 

About liquid supplements

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My number one reason for advocating for liquid supplements over capsules is that they are very gentle on the stomach. We all (should) know how bad any types of pills are for your stomach! In order for your body to take all the nutrients and vitamins from a capsule supplement, your stomach needs to break it down and dissolve it. This raises the acidity levels and on long term, can harm you. I’ve been there, done that, it wasn’t nice! Even the so-called stomach protectors are bad for you because whilst they do lower the acid level and bring it to a neutral PH, they make your stomach unable to process whatever you eat, which leads to bad chemicals being released into your blood stream. Again, been there, done that, wasn’t nice.

Another advantage of liquid vitamins is that they are absorbed faster and have a slightly higher absorption rate than normal capsules. They are also easier to consume, because they come in liquid form and you only need a few drops a day.

 

Vitamin D3+K2

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Ever since I remember my parents forced calcium supplements on me because my body can’t seem to assimilate any of the Vitamin D from natural sources. I still remember how grossed I was by the taste of those supplements, as calcium + vitamin D comes wither in large chewable pills or in the form of powder which you need to dissolve in water and then drink. None of them tasted nice and when I turned 18 and left for uni, I stopped taking them. This led to very weak bones and nails, lot of headaches and back pain.

If you would have told me then that Vitamin D can taste nice, I wouldn’t have believed you. But now I know that Vitamin D can taste minty and leave a fresh sensation in my mouth.

A bottle of Vitamin D3+K2 can pretty much last you forever, as you only need one drop for you body’s daily need. There are over 1000 drops in one bottle.

Vitamin D3 and K2 work together to maintain your bones strong and healthy. Whilst vitamin D3 helps your body absorb calcium, the vitamin K2 maintains the bone mineral density. Not to mention that vitamin K2 is also a great cardiovascular protector by regulating the coagulation system in your blood. It does sound like a biology class, but it’s all about benefiting your body.

 

L-Theanine

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This was my first time hearing about the L-Theanine, so I did a bit of research to find out what exactly is it and what benefits does it have. I found out that L-Theanine is an amino acid extract from the green tea leaves that helps you relax and improve focus.

Being a freelancer means that I do a lot of things during the day and my close friends know that I am not the most organised person in the world. I start things only to abandon them if an email comes through and then start something else, leaving me with very few things finished at the end of the day.

It’s been a week since I have been taking the L-Theanine liquid supplement and I have noticed that my concentration has slightly improved. I take 2ml of product daily, which is 2 droppers (the numbered dropper is included in the pack), after my evening dinner. I have noticed that it also helps me sleep better.

I am not that keen on the taste – lemony, but it can also be dissolved in a bit of water. The product is all natural, vegan friendly and has non-GMOs in it.

 

Ashwagandha

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Because I am taking the L-Theanine, I haven’t tried the Ashwagandha yet, as they have similar purposes of reducing stress. However, I did my research and I am looking forward to try it out when I finish the L-Theanine.

Ashwagandha has been used for centuries in the Ayurveda healing and studied for many years in modern medicine. It is a great aid for people who feel tired and fatigued all day. It also improves concentration and enhances your daily energy levels.

You can check out what other liquid supplements SBR Nutrition has or buy any of the above ones on Amazon, by clicking on this link. Please note that the benefits from vitamins can vary by individual. It’s important you check to see if you’re deficient in a vitamin before deciding to take supplementation.

 

Disclaimer: This article was written in collaboration with SBR Nutrition who gifted me the products for the purposes of this review. However, all the opinions featured in this post are completely mine and have not been influenced by it.

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32 Comments

  1. I have actually never thought of liquid vitamins but I don’t mind trying I know I do get an allergic reaction when it comes to liquid b12 so I will be careful.

  2. WOW, this has been so informative, I didn’t realize that the acid levels in the stomach raised to breakdown the supplements that I have been taking. I will be looking into liquid forms -from here on out!

  3. I never knew taking capsules could raise stomach acidity! Being pregnant I’ve been taking omega 3, vitamin c, and vitamin d3 in tablet forms. Will definitely look into liquid supplements from now on.

  4. I had never heard of liquid vitamins before. I may have to try them, though. It was interesting what you said about how capsules mess up your stomach. I always have tummy trouble!

  5. Thank you for these liquid supplements detailed information. It’s really interesting of them i am sure my father should try on them!

  6. Thank you for sharing this! A lot of people don’t realize liquid is an option for most vitamins and your body may even absorb it better!

  7. I have never heard of these liquid supplements. I am not a fan of liquid, I feel like it’s for kids. But you are correct, liquids are absorbed faster than capsules. These supplements are worth trying. Thanks for introducing these!

  8. I think I’d also go for liquid supplements than capsules which I really hate and find so hard to swallow. And god enough, these seem to have goodies for the body especially the vitamin supplement.

  9. This is an interesting supplement product for me. To be honest, I haven’t know that theirs a liquid supplement, what I know is it that always be a capsule or tablet.

  10. I must admit, I truly like your blog. I’m gonna sure to check your other post – as I love reading about health options and stuff. Thanks!

  11. I find that when I take vitamin D and K that my mood improves greatly and even my digestion gets back in balance. I’ll have to look into these. My son had ADHD and I probably have it too and it would be nice to also be able to focus better without having to diffuse all of those smelly oils. (Sorry essential oil enthusiasts)

  12. It’s interesting to know about liquid vitamins and I agree that liquid form of any medicine is easier on the stomach & body than pills…but, I also feel strongly that any supplemental addition to diet should be made after consulting a physician…just to be on the safer side.
    – Nandita

  13. I know the liquid supplements are great for getting into the bloodstream faster than pills, I just am always unsure of what which supplements are right for me to take for certain things. The whole supplement thing can be a bit confusing at times

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