When I take vitamins and supplements, usually they are in a pill/capsule/tablet/softgel form. This is the first time I have taken liquid supplements and I was curious about this experience.
The benefits of liquid vitamins that I'm aware of are that they are easy to swallow for those who cannot swallow pills well, and they are absorbed easily into your body for better effects. I'm sure there are probably more, but that's what I'm aware of.
Benevolent Nourishment Liquid Zinc
The zinc is definitely my preferred in terms of the taste of these two. Zinc is good support for your immune system and approaching the season of colds and flus where I live, I am happy to take all the help I can get! It also includes, for instance, Echinacea, which is known to benefit immunity as well. The flavor is Elderberry & Blackberry and sweet via Stevia which is a plant that's leaves are sweet tasting. I think the flavor is good and very palatable. This supplement is easy to take and very beneficial.
Benevolent Nourishment Liquid Iron
I've had mild iron deficiency anemia for some time. I don't take iron daily, but I take it periodically kinda prn. The flavor of this is supposed to be vanilla and there is a vanilla essence and aroma, but for me this one is not super palatable. The aftertaste is so strongly metallic, which... is the nature of iron, so it sounds dumb to say. But definitely make sure you have something to eat/drink handy.
I think both products are a good option for those who cannot or prefer not to swallow a pill etc, but I see myself in the future more likely to keep using theliquid zinc than theliquid iron solely due to the taste. If you are tough and don't mind the metallic taste or always tough it out for the sake of health then you'll be good to go with either of these.
I like that they are in the dark glass bottles also. After you finish the bottle and empty it out very well, you could use these to store extracts like homemade vanilla extract for example. Just an idea!
I received these two liquid supplements for free to test and review. Opinions, experience, and taste buds are my own! :o)
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