Friday, April 29, 2016

Nutri Maqui from Nutri LifeScience Review

Most of us know that we’re supposed to consume five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables per day … and that’s five to nine servings of fruits and five to nine of servings of vegetables! It isn’t easy attempting to fit 10-18 servings (approximately ½ cup each) into our daily diet. I work really hard at attempting to hit this goal and often fall short. The fact is that most of us often don’t have time to shop, cook, or even find time to eat that daily-recommended consumption!

The solution is actually quite simple. We need to add a solid supplement to our diets. A supplement that is filled antioxidant superfruits to reduce the amount of servings needed for healthy aging. I recently discovered Nutri Maqui from Nutri LifeScience. I was given the opportunity to review this product and am completely grateful that I did! Nutri Maqui is a liquid that you take once per day and is filled with high antioxidants.

A 1-ounce serving provides a boost of antioxidants, polyphenols and anthocyanins. The beverage is made from Maqui Berry plus 5 other superfruits, which contains antioxidants that help to neutralize free radicals and protects your cells against oxidation. It’s an easy and tasty way to get what your body needs each day. You can drink it alone or add it to your favorite protein shake.

Nutri Maqui from Nutri LifeScience Features:
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan
  • Manufactured in U.S.A

You can visit online Nutri LifeScience to learn more! 

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