In this post, I’m going to be reviewing a brand new product, Vit Stix.
Vit Stix are a vitamin drink which comes in sachet form, perfect for those who seek hydration and higher energy levels.
When I was approached to review this product, I was so excited because having recently increased my Vitamin C intake, I find that I’m rarely ill and I just feel a lot more energetic. In addition to feeling healthier, I think that getting the right amount of Vitamin C in your body is so important and if you need some help from a supplement, then go for it!
I’ve been using Vit Stix for about three weeks now and I am happy with the results so far. I previously used Holland and Barrett’s Vitamin C capsules and I was so afraid to try anything else, especially vitamins that I could only drink unless I mixed them with water. Once I put my reluctance to one side, I fell in love with this drink, the citrus flavour is so sweet and refreshing that you can almost feel it working right away.
This product promises to reduce fatigue and support normal mental performance. I’d say my sense of focus has increased but I still get days when I do feel a little tired, especially as my time of the month approaches. I’m definitely going to continue to take these once a day and I will monitor whether there has been a significant reduction in how tired I am. Right now, I’d say it’s a 7/10 in that area. Also, I don’t know about you all, but my immune system has been taken for a whirlwind of a ride over the past few years. I was always getting ill and I just didn’t know why. I do get my daily fix of fruit and veg (I try to eat at least a minimum of two a day at least! Let’s be honest, we don’t all eat our five a day, every day.). The idea of introducing Vitamin drinks into your diet just ensures you have enough Vitamin C in your body.
The Vit Stix contains no added sugar and no artificial colours or flavours. If you are health conscious, then you will be pleased to know that there are only 7 calories in each stick.
Another bonus is that in addition to Vitamin C, Vit Stix also contains vitamins B5, B6, B12, D and also zinc. It’s a concoction of nutritional goodness.
They are also suitable for vegetarians. All you need to do is add the contents of one Vit Stix sachet to 500ml of water and enjoy.
My only recommendation would be for the brand to introduce more flavours. I can’t wait to try new additions from Vit Stix in the near future.
A box of Vit Stix costs £3.33 each (10 in a box).
If you sign up to the brand’s mailing list, you automatically get 10% off your first order.
This post is collaboration between myself and Vit Stix. These products were sent for review, however, all views are my own.