When you hear Vitamin C, what's the first thing that pops into your mind?
Me? I think about my immune system, and how I can support it.
Now, where does Vitamin C come from?
Most people think oranges or citrus fruits.
...but did you know: there's one fruit that eclipses all others?
A fruit that has more vitamin C than a typical orange. More vitamin C than kiwis. More vitamin C than guavas, apples, and lemons combined!
This fruit is called "The Amla Berry." And it's one of the most concentrated real food sources of Vitamin C around.
So, when we wanted to create a Vitamin C supplement at Truvani, we HAD to use the Amla berry.
I filmed a short video explaining why. I even tell a story about grandma...
(Here's a hint: don't always listen to grandma. Unless of course. We're the grandmas. Then you should always listen to us, :-D).
I really love this product because of all of the memories. When I opened the bottle of our supplement for the first time, I couldn't help but think about my childhood.
You see, Amla berries are also known as "The Indian Gooseberry," and they have a unique, earthy aroma.
Since we don't put a coating on our tablet, you can smell the Indian Gooseberry very clearly. It smells just like my kitchen as a child… my mom was always using Amla berries in various recipes.
Now, as you know, Truvani just released the all new "Truvani Basics Bundle." And Vitamin C is one of the key products inside that bundle.
The best part? When you get all 3 products you can save up to 30% off the retail price of these 3 products. Here is the bundle page.
Now, if you want to learn more about Truvani's Vitamin C (or get "just" the Vitamin C), you can check out the Truvani Vitamin C Page here.
P.S. This Vitamin C is made from real Amla berries. Many other Vitamin C products often show you a picture of an orange… and then lace their product with ascorbic acid - the synthetic version of Vitamin C - to raise their Vitamin C numbers. At Truvani, we believe in using real food ingredients and that's why we made our Vitamin C from real Amla berries.
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