Wednesday, January 26, 2011 Posted by Dina N
Ola Loa multivitamins are powdered drink mixes in a variety of flavors. There are formulas aimed to increase energy, support active lifestyles, and repair. The kids’ multivitamin formula is all-natural with no preservatives, artificial colors, flavors or artificial sugars. Ola Loa multivitamins were created by Richard Kunin, M.D., a nutrition-oriented physician and Orthomolecular specialist with over 30 years of experience in nutrition medicine and practice.
I received a sample pack including 5 flavors: Ola Loa Sport in lemon lime, mango tangerine, and mixed berry, Ola Loa Energy in orange, and Ola Loa Kids in cran-raspberry. All except the kids version contain 1000 mg Vitamin C as well as various doses of other vitamins, minerals, amino-acids and herbs. I found the taste quite pleasant, although I prefer to use more than the recommended 4-6 oz of water. My favorite is the Mango Tangerine. The kids tried the children's version and my daughter said it was OK but she liked orange juice better.
If you are among those who have trouble swallowing pills, or just prefer your multivitamins in drink form, Ola Loa mixes are a good option. A 30-count box can be purchased at the company's site for $34.99. Shipping to the U.S. and Canada is free on orders over $75.
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