Thursday, March 31, 2011

Neuro Drinks Review


I love finding products that are good for me for the entire me! Finding a line of drinks that is not only good for the entire you but also tastes good can be quite a challenge!! So when I was given the Neuro Drinks to sample and review for my readers, I was curious to know if this line of drinks would be what I look for in good for you drinks. Let me tell you, the taste of these different drinks and the variety of flavors that is in this line of good for you drinks is awesome! I love it, and each drink focuses on a different part. Whether you need some energy or a little extra concentration in your day, there is a drink for that. Even if you need a little extra heat in the bedroom, there is a drink for that too! The factor behind making these amazing drinks work is the vitamins that are added to these awesome drinks. And the way they have these vitamins measured out for each drink makes them that much better for what you are aiming for!!

Whether you are famous or not known to many, moms are the same at the core – caretaker to all, but not so much to yourself.  Diana Jenkins recognized this. 
Along with a team of nutritionists, she developed the Neuro collection of 24-7 wellness drinks designed to enhance and support healthy and active lifestyles: NeuroSun, NeuroSleep, NeuroTrim, NeuroGasm, NeuroAqua, NeuroBliss, NeuroSport and NeuroSonic –all individually provide targeted benefits to help people stay well. Diana created the line to support her healthy lifestyle after having a bad experience with a well-known energy drink. Her closest friends (Brooke BurkeCindy CrawfordElton John,Kate Bekinsale, etc.) all love the line and the brand has experienced explosive growth since entering the market 18-months ago.  Celebrity moms swear by the vitamin rich formulas to help them through a wide range of daily activities from NeuroSonic which increases alertness, to NeuroBliss, especially effective for eliminating stress to NeurOgasm (self-explanatory!).
Diane’s number one goal was to create a beverage that tasted good and promote well-being, as well as contain no artificial flavors or colors.

1 comments:

Laura Lane said...

I think this is nice.