Ambronite Review: Are You Too Lazy or Too Busy to Eat Healthy Food? Drink It Instead!

Ambronite Review

Providing your body with the nutrition it needs can be very pricey and time-consuming. If you have a busy lifestyle, you know it’s way easier to grab an unhealthy snack than to meticulously prepare a well-balanced meal and take the time to sit and chew it slowly.

Sacrificing your long-term health to “save time” today is not a very good idea. People who “save time and money” by not eating properly often pay double later on to recover their health. Remember – food influences our overall wellbeing, mood, appearance, and brain performance.

But what can you do if you really are too busy to eat well on daily basis? What if you simply don’t like to spend your time preparing food and eating?

Perhaps drinking your meals will be a good solution for you.

The Drinkable Supermeal – How Does it Work?

Recently in the editorial team of Wingman, we had a pleasure to receive and test a new drinkable meal supplement called Ambronite. Our whole team is really interested in healthy nutrition, so we were all curious to see how this product works.

Ambronite is a quick-to-prepare drinkable shake which contains one full nutritionally-balanced meal (500 kcal). It’s the fastest way to deliver all of the necessary nutrients busy people need. You simply measure out one serving of powder from the Ambronite bag, mix it with water, shake it, and drink!.

This product promises to stave off hunger for 4-5 hours. This is due to its balanced mix of organic nutrients. Even one shake can make your mind and body perform better, boost your productivity, and make you stay in “flow” due to the super foods inside this product.
Ambronite Review

What are Superfoods?

Superfoods are packed with many more nutrients than other foods. They contain extra-large doses of vitamins and minerals to help you maintain your health and achieve high performance.

Here is the list of the Superfoods you’ll find one serving of Ambronite:

Organic Oats

A great source of blood sugar stabilizing complex carbohydrates and sustained-release energy; rich in minerals (manganese, molybdenum, phosphorus, magnesium) B-group vitamins, soluble fibers, and omega fatty acids.

Almonds

A great source of vitamin E (to keep you looking young), proteins, and micronutrients (magnesium, calcium, copper, manganese, potassium, and biotin).

Brown Rice

A good source of protein, with eight of the nine essential amino acids; a great source of iron and vitamin E.

Coconut

Rich minerals containing magnesium, potassium, zinc, iron, calcium, and B vitamins. Rich in fiber and low glycemic index to provide stable energy without a “sugar crash”.

Flaxseed

Flaxseed is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to be important for human brain function.

Lucuma

Rich in B vitamins as well as iron, calcium, phosphorus, β-Carotene. A good source of stable energy from carbohydrates – with a low glycemic index.

Stinging Nettle

A great source of calcium (richer in calcium than regular milk) as well as many other micronutrients such as vitamins A, C, and K.

Apple

A good source of vitamin C and high in fiber.

Rice Bran

Rich in protein, Vitamin E, B-group vitamins, and selenium; contains beneficial substances like flavonoids, coenzyme Q10, alpha lipoic acid, and glutathione peroxidase.

Chlorella

This freshwater superfood algae is full of essential vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, E, K, D, and B12, as well as calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, phosphorus, iodine, and fatty acids. Chlorella is richer in beneficial chlorophyll than any other plant.

Nutritional Yeast

Contains seven of the eight essential B vitamins, magnesium, calcium, zinc, and iron. A good source of glutamic acid, which is a “non-essential” amino acid important for learning and memory.

Mineral Salt

Good source of potassium and iodine, electrolytes that maintain the fluid balance in the body and are important for heart and brain function.

Brazil Nut

Rich in selenium, niacin (B3), vitamin E and magnesium and multiple amino acids and fatty acids.

Bilberry

These exceptionally nutritious superberries are rich in vitamins A and C, contain traces of several B-complex vitamins and flavonoids, and have twice the antioxidants of blueberries.

Spinach

A good source of vitamins A and K, folate, iron, calcium, and antioxidants.

Black Currant

Contains up to four times more vitamin C than oranges.

Sea-Buckthorn

A great source of vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus as well as vitamin K, beneficial omega-7 fatty acids (palmitoleic acid), and carotenoids.

 

That’s a lot of ingredients!

If you tried to create a meal with such a wide range of nutritional foods on your own, you would definitely spend a lot of time at the grocery store and in the kitchen!

So, does this little bag—packed with all of these ingredients—actually deliver?

Taste

The shake mostly tastes of oats and fresh nuts. If you are familiar with superfoods, you will probably think it tastes good (most superfoods are barely drinkable due to their weird tastes).

Amborinite has a neutral taste. It’s easy to improve its taste (and greyish color) by mixing it with honey and your favorite fruits.

Effect

This product really staves off hunger for 4-5 hours. You’ll feel like you just ate a big meal. Also, I felt a kick of energy immediately after drinking this shake.

Price

The product is rather pricy. One meal costs $10 US ($99 US for 10 packages).

You pay for the time you save. Getting these quality ingredients and preparing them on your own would take a lot of time, money, and effort.

Would you recommend the product?

Yes.

I like the idea of preparing my own colorful foods, so this concept is not exactly tailored to me. However, as a person obsessed with traveling, I would definitely like to take a pack of Ambronite with me to avoid snacking on the “plastic” foods you often find in airports and trains stations.

I consider it a huge plus that this high protein source is also “keeping it vegan”.

This is a great solution for people who are too busy to eat healthy or simply don’t know how to provide themselves with the necessary nutrients they need from food.

It’s a good investment; if you can afford it, try it!

More info at http://ambronite.com/

 

About the author Patrick Banks

Patrick Banks is an entrepreneur, full-time dating advisor, and total health & fitness freak. He provides tips on how to exercise and eat well, boost energy and feel confident in your own skin. He believes a healthy body and successful social interactions are two main keys to happiness.