Health Finds: SBR Nutrition’s Liquid Supplements

I was recently able to try SBR Nutrition‘s Liquid Supplements.  I had never tried supplements in liquid form before.  I am so used to seeing vitamins being sold in pill and powder form that it almost came as a surprise how well these taste.  When I think of the words supplement and vitamin I instantly think of the weird after taste associated with them.

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I was gifted their Vitamin B-12, the Hydration formula and the Biotin liquid supplements.  I was expecting them all to have a strange after taste but SBR found a way to eliminate that.  The Biotin and B-12 supplements have a very light natural vanilla and cherry flavor. I was impressed by that because most flavored supplements usually taste artificially forced.

The main advantage of taking a liquid supplement is that they dissolve into your system faster.  I am pretty familiar with the Biotin and Vitamin B-12 so I decided to focus on SBR Nutrition’s Hydration Formula. Since this is a beauty blog, initially I wanted to talk about Biotin but after researching the ingredients it became apparent that the hydration formula is well worth the conversation.  I found it to be interesting because it isn’t a basic vitamin formula.

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The Hydration Formula description:

Ingredients: Shilajit, Lycium Barbarum (Goji Berry) Extract, Organic Aloe Vera (Leaf), Purified Water, Organic Grape Alcohol

SBR Nutrition brings you a premium quality hydration formula with fulvic acid, humic acid, over 74 trace colloidal ionic minerals, electrolytes, amino acids, B vitamins, an array of enzymes and unique polysaccharides.

I found this formula effective. It definitely made me feel good throughout my work day while adding the drops to my water.  Staying hydrated is a very important part of having healthy skin and having a healthy functioning body.  It’s one of those Beauty Tips that I feel gets overlooked but should be talked about more.

 

 

Here are some benefits associated with the ingredients in this formula:

Shilajit: Also known as “Mineral Pitch” 
Associated with
  • Healthy Brain Function,
  • Oxygenation in the body,
  • Renewing of cells,
  • Promoting and repairing Skin, Organs and Tissues.
  • Regulating Glucose levels
Lycium Barbarum: Also known as Goji Berry 
Associated with
  • Antiaging
  • Protecting the Liver
  • Blood Tonic
Amino Acids:
Associated with
  • Healthy Immune function
  • Providing Energy
  • Muscle Growth

 

 

If you’re interested in trying SBR Nutrition’s products visit www.sbrnutrition.com!  Be sure to check out the benefits of their entire line of liquid supplements available to you on Amazon as well.  Here’s a quick link to a  YouTube Review on their Liquid Biotin supplement which also many beauty related benefits.

 

***The products reviewed were sponsored by the brand to try.  All thoughts are my own. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 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. Please consult your doctor or health practitioner prior to taking any supplements to ensure it is a good fit for you and your diet.

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2 thoughts on “Health Finds: SBR Nutrition’s Liquid Supplements

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