Well to be honest with you I didn’t know why I was drinking the “Pink Drink” in the first place. I am definitely one of those people who jump in head first and ask questions later.
I initially started my personal trial of the Pink Drink during a Christmas holiday in New Zealand. Obviously this is not the best time to be trying something that is good for your health. I was being rather counterproductive, considering I was still eating rich foods and of course drinking wine every night.
What I did discover was that it was an amazing hang over cure.
I would have a few wines at night and if I remembered I would have an Elite (pink drink) before bed and another in the morning. This is not the recommended dose, however, when faced with a hangover I will do anything to avoid it. My husband was even seen to be indulging in a sachet each morning. I couldn’t base my reviews of this product solely on it being great for hangovers, hence I held off on my experience.
It was the beginning of this year when I decided to give it another go. I had since been to conference and had heard about the wonderful health benefits it could offer.
The phrases that stuck in my mind were, ultimate mood food,
clarity, focus, reduce stress, relaxed state of mind.
Well if I could achieve all that as well as help with the immune and digestive system then I was sold.
So I decided every day I would consume my “Pink Drink”, which by the way is really quite nice. Some have said that it is a little too sweet, (feel free to add a slice of lemon) I don’t tend to drink many sweet drinks other than wine. So it has become my little treat each morning. You can take it at night time it really depends on each individual. I have found that taking it every morning after exercise does the trick for me.
My results I felt were quite subtle. I do tend to run at a high pace with high energy and I am generally a very positive person. What I did notice was that my nails and hair were longer and stronger. I hadn’t realised that my moods had balanced until I had month off. I hadn’t placed another order and I just didn’t get around to doing it.
By the end of the month I felt as though my shoulders had become earrings, my moods were swinging, I was rather short with family members (don’t tell them).
I just couldn’t figure it out……… then I realised that I hadn’t had my drink for well over a month!! I have since ordered another box and have been drinking if for the past few days, noticing that slowly I am feeling more focused and relaxed again.
What you will find is that everyone’s results are completely different, we are all made up differently so it is worth trying to see how you will benefit.
So what is the Pink Drink?
The Pink Drink is called Elite. It is a smart supplement that supports your body, brain and beauty with a fusion of advanced antioxidants, botanicals and nutrients.
The result is a 21st century solution to the physical dimensions of supporting and maintaining good health.
Here is a list of some of the benefits:
- Preserves collagen protein & hyaluronic acid
- Supports healthy digestive & immune systems
- Reduces cortisol & supports a positive mood
- Fights against the shortening of telomeres
- Helps decrease fatigue
- Improves mental clarity & focus
- Helps maintain skin elasticity & tone
- Promotes a calm relaxed state of mind
- Astaxanthin – Boosts body’s immune system and protects against telomere shortening
- Ashwagandha – Ultimate mood food, helps to reduce Cortisol, the body’s stress hormone
- Indian Gooseberry – super-antioxidant beauty food, inhibits the breakdown of collagen
- L-Lysine – Increased collagen formation, increases calcium absorption and reduces bone loss
- Aloe – Promotes the absorption of nutrients, supports healthy immune and digestive system function
“How many different vitamins and supplements have we all taken over the years – I know I have for my joint pain. From fish oil, curcumin, Glucosamine & Chondroitin etc. but never had real results. I can honestly say after taking Elite for 3 weeks I am pain free Check out the ingredients – they are based on Ayurveda medicine.” Wendy Goldman