PepPod vs. Emergen-C
My vote: I choose PepPod, a more natural body boost that boosts energy, focus and immunity. PepPod gives my worse side, the I-kinda-just-got-out-of-college-lazy-“adult” excuse, some serious help in the morning. PepPod is my morning pick-me-up, making up for any drinking I might have done the night before, right before my all day coffee binge. It feels good to start my day with my necessary vitamins.
More than just Vitamin C, Power Powder blends real levels of Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, Electrolytes and Flavonoids into one convenient packet that users mix with water. A Naturally sweetened, Green Tea’d and Ginseng’d alternative to the usual health boost lineup. Real Ingredients, Real Results. PepPod provides a powerful energy source without the typical energy drink crash. Power Powder naturally boosts the immune system, enhances energy levels, and improves focus. Simply add to water and enjoy.
I was given the Power Powder to review. I’ve actually long been a secret Emergen-C fiend, and didn’t believe anything could compare. But, not only does PepPod taste better than Emergen-C, it actually dissolves, leaving no messy residue in the glass and ensuring I’ve ingested my fill of vitamins for the day. I’m also sold on “natural,” though I’d prefer “organic,” because I don’t have a clue what’s really in Emergen-C.
So how do they compare? According to PedPod…
Way to Improve: Why the individually wrapped, non recycled, not recyclable “convenient” packets? I have not once in my few years of drinking energy supplement powder ever drank it outside the comfort of my own home. Not to mention, isn’t the concept of “On-the-Go” devoid of any mindfulness? I’d suggest (if it doesn’t already exist) serving PepPod in a bulk tin to where I can then serve myself a tablespoon every morning. I’m pretty sure I can handle measuring out the specified amount and then there would be so much less waste, right?
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