WelliBox is a Canadian box focusing on healthy options. It sends you 5-10 samples per month and you can choose your category from womens, mens, 50+, or performance. Boxes are $10 per month, less with longer plans, and you are promised $25 worth of products. Since I’m trying to get healthier and lose some weight I thought it would be a good idea to get a box that might help me out.
WelliBox comes in its own branded box. Inside the products are loose and there is no info card. Sometimes there are individual pamphlets for items direct from the companies.
Biocore Food Science MicroGreens Dietary Supplement-300g $49.99
I’m so not into things you have to mix in and drink like this. If it was a drink mix it would be okay but this food in liquid form creeps me out. However….Hubby saw this and completely wanted to try it so I guess that worked out okay. This gives you 10 fruit and veg servings in each glass of it you drink. You have one scoop of this in water or juice once a day and it has a whole list of things it will improve in your life. We’ll see how it goes for Hubby.
Genestra Brands Cor Defence-30 Capsules $36.00
This supplement is supposed to help reduce the incidence of cold and flu symptoms. With the way the child brings home illness lately, anything that will help me not get sick seems like a great plan. This is made from elderberry extract, vitamin C and a bakers yeast extract. They are a vegetable capsule which is easy to swallow and they are not huge pills either, thankfully.
Lenny & Larry’s The Complete Cookie in Lemon Poppy Seed-$2.69
This vegan cookie snack is basically a small meal. It is quite big and has 190 calories. It has no dairy or eggs but is a source of fiber and protein. It’s all natural and GMO Free.
Kewaza Energy Balls in Peanut Butter Cookie Dough-$2.69
These are an organic, gluten free, non GMO raw food snack. They are full of superfoods that will help to give you a boost for those times when you need it. They sound good and I’ll happily give them a try.
Promax Protein Bar in Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough-$2.50
I think I’ve said it before but I love protein bars. I don’t buy them because I’ll eat them all in one sitting. Which is bad. This one is a gluten free version.
This month has a value of $93.87, so well above the $25 they promise. These prices are from Well.ca, where I would have get them if I wanted more. I like that I get to try out a bunch of supplements I mostly have never heard of and it gives me a chance to decide what I might need or should be taking. I am still cautious with reading the labels since I do still breastfeed my little one and some of these things want you to discuss taking them with your doctor in that situation, but that is to be expected with any new supplements. The last few boxes have been really good and the supplements have long expiry dates making more likely I can finish them before they go bad.