Friday, 31 July 2015

Forza Multivitamins for Dieters*

A few weeks ago I mentioned I was doing the 5:2 which can be quite draining, especially on the two days where you are eating only 500 calories. Although I try and eat a varied and balanced diet, I try and make sure that my body is getting all the vitamins it requires. So when Forza asked me if I'd like to try their Multivitamins for Dieters* I was quite excited. I sometimes take a multivitamin, but these sounded great. They state that these tablets include 13 vitamins in them and are aimed at women who are taking part in a low-calorie diet.

Included in the 13 vitamins are calcium, iron, zinc, vitamins C & D. It seems like an all round product and something that is great if you're cutting out certain things that will mean you aren't getting as much as you should of these vitamins. They aim to help women who are doing all different types of diets from dairy-free to meat-free. The zinc that is included aims to help your skin, nails and hair which is an added bonus. My hair definitely feels healthier too, which is always a plus. 

You're supposed to take 1 of these a day on a full stomach and in each box you get a 30 day supply. I actually really love the colour of these capsules, how pretty right? The big question is do they work? I think these are a great product and I've noticed that when my eating is lacking, these make me feel a bit better. With most multivitamins, you don't feel an impact straight away and it was the same with these. I've been taking them for 2 weeks now and I feel that they have made a slight impact on the amount of energy and how my body feels. As mentioned above, my hair feels great.

At £7.49 for a 30 day supply, these are great especially for people who feel they aren't getting the vitamins they need in their diet. The only thing that bugs me about this product is the packaging. These are made exclusively for women and you can definitely tell. Everything is pink and stereotypical. The women in the white outfit is plastered everywhere on it and it makes the feminist in me grumble, a bit like how the Protein World bikini body campaign did. However, they do provide a really good 48-page booklet inside telling you all about the product and an ideal diet which I think is a really nice touch. You can find the tablets here.

However, my mum took them for 2 days and said they made her feel hungrier, as she was doing the 5:2 diet too. But, I don't know if that's just because she was hungry anyway because they definitely didn't make me feel like that. Weird,

Have you guys ever tried any tablets like these?

Til' next time! XOXO

*this product was sent to me free of charge but all opinions are honest and my own.


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