by: Elysia Arseneau, staff writer
Travelling is so incredible: going to a different place for a new adventure is exciting, and even if it’s travelling for work at the very least you're getting away from the humdrum of a regular routine. It’s exhilarating!
However, with the fun of travelling comes the monotony of packing. Put quite frankly, packing is the worst.
Packing is like a complex math equation: one must efficiently optimize the number of items packed so as not to leave anything essential behind while leaving enough space for souvenirs/impulse shopping in the luggage. To make it even worse, this must all be accomplished while working within strict security size and weight restrictions. It’s enough to give anyone a headache!!
Well, we’re proud to say that we’ve taken some of the trouble out of packing.
For your next trip, instead of lugging around full sized bottles of supplements, simply place your Travel Pack Essentials in your luggage (or in your carry-on bag, if you’re flying), and voilà! You’re all set in the supplement department.
Often referred to as “an Epsom salt bath in a gel”, Muscle Mag Gel is effective at treating migraines and tension headaches; muscle tension; menstrual cramps; constipation and joint pain; all of which have been linked to a magnesium deficiency.
[Use it on sore muscles, for example after a full day of sightseeing!]
Mega Mag helps to maintain proper muscle function. Magnesium is available in different forms, but not all of them are absorbable! NutriChem’s Mega Mag contains magnesium glycinate which is proven to be readily absorbed.
[Pssst: Magnesium is a natural way to ease constipation, which is a common travel problem.]
MegaZyme Pro is a digestive enzyme that helps to alleviate the gastrointestinal burden of digestion. It reduces symptoms of bloating and gas in hard to digest foods such as gluten, wheat, beans, legumes, animal proteins and starchy vegetables.
[Speaking of common travel problems, this can help with indigestion caused by eating unknown foods or eating too much gluten (*cough* continental breakfasts).]
Nutridophilus Essentials is a powerful probiotic that is shelf stable (does not require refrigeration) and helps maintain the body’s delicate microbial balance in the gut. It is a combination of 4 strains of dairy- and gluten-free bacteria, all of which are found naturally in the human digestive tract.
[We shall reiterate: a happy gut makes a happy traveller!]
The demand for safe, convenient insect repellent prompted the creation of NutriChem Bug Off!. Using only natural essential oils of lavender, geranium and citronella, Bug Off! gel has a pleasant, non-invasive scent, and is safe for use by children and adults alike. The formula is non- greasy and non-staining, making it ideal for use on skin and hair. This is formulated without: paraben, gluten, DEET, preservatives, mineral oil, colours, glycerin. It is cruelty-free.
[DEET-free is good for you and for the environment, no matter where you are!]
Logical Choice is a high quality whey protein derived from cow's milk. It is a complete protein that contains all of the essential amino acids and is great for those with food sensitivity such as gluten. It is a highly digestible, quick and convenient way to obtain the building blocks needed for construction of most body components.
[Because nobody wants to lug around tubs of protein powder.]
Soothe and nourish dry, chapped lips with a blend of pure, local organic beeswax, organic coconut oil, vitamin E and natural flavouring. NutriChem staff’s favourite summer drinks and summer fun inspired these flavours, and were tested and approved by us! An unflavoured option is also available.
[All the fun of drinking fun drinks without the sugar-high!]
Over $60 value for just $49.99!
Get yours in store NOW, or shop online by clicking here! We didn't make very many of these travel packs, so get them while you still can!
Can be used as a 3rd Mix-and-Match item but at no further discount.
Full details on the product page. While supplies last.
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