Feb 12, 2020

Tropeaka Review

     Happy Wednesday!!! Lately, I have been taking a few supplements outside of the pill ones that I take. My sorority sister (weird to think that I have known her for 15 years now) who lives in Maryland posted about Tropeaka on IG. Of course, anyone who knows me knows that I am all about trying new things.

Tropeaka is located out of Sydney, Australia so when you order from the US, you will have to wait about 10-14 days. Mine took longer than that. I had ordered my product before the wildfires in Australia. I ended up getting mine closer to 3 weeks. Right now I still use my Vital Proteins collagen peptides, Tropeaka, & FNX (which I am a brand ambassador for). Here are four of the products that I have tried so far with information & my review on them.

This infusion tea uses a combination of herbs to help with better sleep. The blend contains organic Chamomile, organic Lemon Balm, organic Passionflower, organic Lavender, organic Scullcap Root, organic Rose Petal, Orange Peel. I usually will drink this about 2-3 hours before bed so I will not be getting up going to the bathroom during the night. Since this tea is loose, I put it in my tea ball one of my friends bought me to use for loose tea. 
Acai contains vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, C, E, manganese, copper and magnesium. These vitamins assist the body in staying healthy and provide a powerful source of energy metabolism to power through your daily activities. It supports a healthy body and is known for its vitality and nutrient-dense qualities. Also is a natural pick-me-up for a quick energy boost!
Lean Protein: Vanilla
This protein is easily digestible &  non-bloating. It is sweetened with high-quality natural vanilla beans. It uses organic ingredients including protein from Golden yellow peas, Herb & Spice blend, & Maca Powder.  It also has with sprouted activated brown rice, organic Sacha Inchi which is a wholefood protein full of minerals & omega 3,6, 9, Monk Fruit, Natural Vanilla Bean, & Green Tea Extract.
Goji Berry
This powder uses organic Goji Berries. It is low in calories, low in fat, and high in antioxidants.  Gogi Berries are considered a "Superfood". They have trace minerals, vitamins, & phytonutrients.

My opinion is that the protein is easy to mix. You just add it in cold water. Now the Acai & Goji Berry are a different story. I was mixing both of those in cold water & they both were leaving clumps (like alot) in the mixture. Now, I end up heating my water first then adding them one at a time. This is the best way to mix the Goji Berry 100%. The Acai still has clump but not as many. The important thing is to use a fork for the mixing as well. 

This brand is great for may diet types since it is dairy, soy and gluten, which means that vegans and vegetarians can use it. I would suggest trying Tropeaka if you are looking to add some supplements into your daily routine. Peace & Blessings, all have a great Wednesday!!

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