www.beingcontent.com and was going to buy some myself when I received a PR email from the brand offering two week trial packets of each of their three supplements.
The Krill supplement comes in small capsules and you take one or two a day. I like that they aren't huge, so they are easy to take. That red colour? It's from the krill oil itself, which is why wild salmon that eat krill turn pink. I know the colour is from the oil, because I poked a capsule with a needle just to see.
Black Rice Bran in yoghurt:
I've been spending a lot of time staring at spreadsheets over the last couple of weeks with some very long days put in, and I haven't had sore, gritty eyes by the end of the day this week (which I would normally expect to.) I'm also looking, for want of a better phrase, quite well, and I would usually expect to look completely knackered at this time of year.
Supplements are a leap of faith when you begin taking them because you can't see an immediate difference, but I do generally like to take some kind of fish oil supplement and I will stick with this one. I love the idea of supplements that come from a single, traceable natural source.
The Krill Oil is £24 for 60 capsules, the Black Rice Bran is £22 for 125g and the Acai is £20 for 125g. Well Well Well Inc products are available from Content Wellbeing and from the website www.wellwellwellinc.com, which has more information on the products too.
Disclosure: PR sample.