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Blast Your Way to Better Health

Blast Your Way to Better Health

VitalZing’s brand new range of supercharged waters give you amazing combinations of vitamins, minerals and nutrients – but with none of the sugar, artificial sweeteners, or preservatives you’re used to.

By using a unique BlastMaxTM Cap to store the active ingredients in powder form, VitalZing keeps the nutrients fresh. When you’re ready to drink, just blast the powder into the natural New Zealand spring water base, shake to combine – then enjoy!

These VitalZing supercharged waters were developed by elite nutritionists to be healthy, effective and free from any undesirable ingredients. There are unique VitalZing waters for beauty, health, vitality and performance. As an added bonus, VitalZing is a New Zealand owned and operated company.

VitalZing Green Tea

VitalZing Green Tea combines an alkaline spring water base with super fine green tea powder that’s easily absorbed by your body and 20 times more concentrated than a hot cup of green tea. With only stevia for sweetening, this is an explosion of anti-oxidant goodness for your health and wellbeing!

VitalZing Electrolyte

VitalZing Electrolyte combines an alkaline spring water base with Vitamin D and a great dose of electrolytes including sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium – but with none of the added sugars usually associated with sports drinks. This replenishing number is a great way to balance your body after a VitalZing Collagen

VitalZing Collagen can improve your skin’s elasticity, which may result in a visibly more youthful appearance and help maintain young, fresh looking skin.

Plus, VitalZing Collagen contains citric acid which can help convert fat to energy, ornithine which may assist in better liver function and a multivitamin complex to keep you in top shape. With no added sugar or artificial additives, VitalZing Collagen is a girl’s best friend!

VitalZing Every Day

VitalZing Every Day provides your body with a straight vitamin hit, suitable for everyday use. If you feel that you need a caffeine hit to start your day, check VitalZing VitalBoost

VitalZing VitalBoost provides your body with a great vitamin hit, along with good dose of caffeine to boost your day into motion. Perfect for that everyday
vitamin hit to start your day the healthy way.

VitalZing Endurance

VitalZing Endurance uses citric acid to enhance the body’s natural energy production by converting fat to energy. In addition to this, Endurance also contains amino acids and a multivitamin complex which may help to enhance performance and recovery to help you go that little bit further.

VitalZing Performance

VitalZing Performance is packed with lemon and lime freshness to rehydrate you fast with a powerful dose of beta-alanine to keep your muscles working harder for longer. Add in the caffeine for energy and amino acids for muscle recovery, you’ve got a power-packed formula for athletes and busy executives

The full range from VitalZing can be purchased online at www.vitalzing.com with select products available from all good supermarkets, RRR $3.50.


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