When lovely Sylvie from FuelMyBlog offered me to trial Healthspan’s Multivitality Boost I jumped right at it. We are under so much pressure lately, and I really could use a couple more hours during the day to get all the things done that I need too, so I just couldn’t pass up this awesome opportunity, so I agreed to trial their product and experience the Multivitality Boost. After I sent the email I began to worry a bit, I did not check the nature or description of Multivitality Boost. I was worried that it may be a pill or capsule which you need to take once a day over a long period to receive the benefits of the product. I hate taking pills and most of all remembering when to take them. To my pleasant surprise it turned out not what I thought it would be as Healthspan’s Multivitality Boost comes in the form of a powder. You use it to create a tasty drink when and if you need it. I loved this idea from the start…. but let’s get in to beginning…
Healthspan’s Multivitality Boost is sold in a lovely carton box/pack and contains 30 sachets, which will allow you to make “30 boost drinks”
It comes in 2 flavours – orange and berry. I personally prefer the orange one. Mixed berry is still tasty but I can pick up on the vitamin B aftertaste. I was fed vitamin B quiet a lot as a kid, as it apparently prevents mosquito bites, so I am very familiar with this taste.
I had my first Multivitality Boost drink during a long gardening session. I really forgot that pulling weeds out from the ground can be so exhausting. I was tired and needing a pick me up. In my head I’d imagined a nice big cup of coffee or a can of energy drink, both not exactly the healthy option, so when I walked into my kitchen and spotted my lovely box of Multivitality Boost, it was decided, time to put it to the test.
Making a glass of Multivitality Boost drink couldn’t be easier – you take one sachet + glass of water; you empty sachet into the glass, stir and it is ready! After my “boost drink” and 15 minutes break I was ready to continue the fight against the nasty weed invasion in my garden.
Since then I have used Multivitality Boost on many occasions like:
– In the morning, when I did not get enough sleep and the first coffee of the day just wasn’t doing its job
– In the evening, when everyone was deep asleep and I still had tons of stuff to do and really needed that extra push
– During training, so I can push myself just a little bit further than normal
– After a long day out when I am tired and the drive home still needs to be done
There is 100s of different situations where Multivitality Boostcan come in very handy. Keeping a few sachets in your car, together with few bottles of water can be a great idea for a long drive, or even a short one after a long day. It is always nicer to stop and have a quick “boost fix” rather than searching desperately for a petrol station in order to secure some tasteless cup of coffee or a can of sugary energy drink.
Before trying it out I was not sure it would work, well… it does. It really does work. It gives you an extra boost, more energy and helps you get more out of your day. I would highly recommend Multivitality Boost to everyone who needs an extra push every now and then.
I still have my morning coffee simply because I love my coffee especially a milky latte (yummy) but I have swapped energy drinks for Multivitality Boosts. It is a cheaper and healthier option and you get great results.
Multivitality Boost is sold in packs of 30 sachets at £6.95 (+£1.95 delivery cost), making a single drink just 29p. A cup of coffee will set you back around £2-£3 and a can of energy drink costs half this money, around £1.50 depending on the brand. Comparing to just 29p, Multivitality Boost has a really good price, almost as “cheap as chips”.
And now let’s get some detailed information from the manufacturer website.
Healthspan’s Multivitality Boost
– Fast dissolving energy drink
– Containing B vitamins & guarana
– Helps overcome tiredness and fatigue
– Convenient on-the-go sachets
– Two delicious flavours per pack
MultiVitality Boost provides an optimum blend of energy boosting nutrients in a convenient, ‘on-the-go’ sachet.
Available in two delicious flavours (Orange & Mixed Berry), one fast dissolving sachet mixed with a small glass of water provides a refreshing and revitalising drink. Each sachet contains the entire B vitamin family at expert recommended levels along with zinc for its key role in the production of energy. Also included is magnesium, which is used to overcome tiredness and fatigue, and 50mg of guarana, a natural stimulant to provide fast-acting support.
Whether you struggle with the morning blues or an afternoon slump, MultiVitality Boost is the ideal solution to help you recharge your batteries.
Suitable for Vegetarians
Suitable for Vegans
Nutritional Values: Typical values per sachet, % RDA (where applicable) in brackets:
Vitamin B1 2.2mg (200)
Vitamin B2 2.8mg (200)
Vitamin B3 32mg (200)
Vitamin B5 12mg (200)
Vitamin B6 2mg (142)
Vitamin B12 5mcg (100)
Vitamin C 80mg (100)
Biotin 100mcg (200)
Folic Acid 200mcg (100)
Magnesium 60mg (16)
Zinc 10mg (100)
Ingredients: Berry Flavour Sachet: Caster Sugar, Citric Acid, Magnesium Sulphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Carbonate, Forest Fruit Flavour, Vitamin C, Blackcurrant Flavour, Zinc Sulphate, Colour (Radish Extract), Vitamin B3, Sweetener (Stevia), Vitamin B5, Guarana Extract, Silica, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12. Orange Flavour Sachet: Caster Sugar, Citric Acid, Magnesium Sulphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Orange Flavour, Sodium Carbonate, Vitamin C, Zinc Sulphate, Vitamin B3, Colour (Carotene), Sweetener (Stevia), Vitamin B5, Guarana Extract, Silica, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12
Dosage: One sachet mixed with a small glass of water daily, or as required. For best results, empty sachet into glass before adding water.
Caution: Contains caffeine – not recommended for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women. If you are taking any prescribed medication or have any medical conditions always consult your doctor or pharmacist before taking vitamins or supplements. Keep out of sight and reach of young children. Do not exceed stated recommended intake. Long term intakes may lead to mild tingling and numbness. Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Store in a cool, dry place.
Healthspan’s Multivitality Boost gets a full 5 stars score from me. I believe it is a great product, it is very well priced and it delivers everything it states it will on the box. I highly recommend it.
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On this note I better go and order some more as my “try out” pack is almost empty 🙂
* Product was provided free of charge for review purposes. The opinions expressed in this review are honest and my own .
5 responses to “Review – Healthspan’s Multivitality Boost”
Vitamin B prevents Mosquito bites? really? Good to know! Thanks for this great review. Sadly my mom is allergic to vitamin B – but I’ll bet my Granny will be very happy about this product – she is the humanoid Mosquito-Airport :o)
I know this pain… Every summer we would go camping and it would be totally awesome 100% perfect time if not for mosquito 😦 Vitamin B for sure works for Polish type… I think others might be scared of it too…
Interesting. If vegans don’t mind it, it must be free of harmful stuff.
For sure it doesn’t have any “E” ingredients …
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