The best of the best when it comes to Antioxidants – Wild Alaskan Blueberries

—-Introduction—-
Before I start I want to thank Kyani for participating in the SR TROOP Program. This will be my first of two reviews for Kyani (Sunrise & Sunset). I wanted to broaden my horizons and try some different products rather than reviewing the norm. Kyani Sunrise is basically a nutrition/antioxidant blend of Wild Alaskan Blueberries and other Superfoods. During the duration of this review I was training 5-6 days a week while on a lean bulk diet. Claim: – Complete Nutrition & Antioxidant Powerhouse
—-Ingredient Profile—-
The ingredient profile is pretty much transparent except for the Antioxidant Blend (1850 mg). However with so many different ingredients in the Antioxidant Blend I understand why its like that. The main ingredient is Wild Alaskan Blueberry which is known to have a very high antioxidant/nutritious level. In fact, research from NCBI notes: Alaska wild berries have extraordinarily high antioxidant levels due to ORAC (oxygen radical absorption capacity) numbers. The Alaska wild berries collected and tested in the first experiment ranged from 3 to 5 times higher in ORAC value than cultivated berries from the lower 48 states. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3751288/ Along with the Wild Alaskan Blueberries there are other berries, vegetables, Ginseng, Ashwagandha and etc…. Other notable ingredients include Taurine (1000mg), L-Theanine (50mg), Ancient Sea Salt (50mg), Inositol (25mg).
—-Taste/Mixability/Dosing—-
Taste – I was curious at first before actually tasting it but it’s really not too bad. Pretty much tasted like tart blueberry juice and didn’t have a bad after taste. Overall I’d give taste a 8.5/10 Mixability – There is really nothing to mix, however before use I would shake the bottle a few times before use. Dosing – This was the tricky part for me out of this whole review. The math is simple: Bottle contains 30fl oz and Serving size is 1fl oz. However I had to measure out 1 fl oz using 2 tbsp. It can get messy pouring out of a bottle (basically a wine sized bottle) into a tiny tbsp since I don’t have shot glasses or anything else to measure with. Kyani does offer packets for a few dollars more but it might be worth it.
—-Effectiveness—-
I do feel this was a “Great” benefit toward my overall health/well-being. There was an occasion where my wife got sick while I didn’t and feel like this helped. My mood was more cheerful than usual probably because I just felt better overall all – hard to explain. There was also an all day boost of energy in which it allowed me to get more done. All of this is hard to explain other than just feeling healthier inside and out.
—-Value—-
I’m going to use the pricing for the Bottle since that’s what Kyani sent me. A bottle of Sunrise on the Kyani website costs $42.95 unless you become a Prime member ($38.95). The price is a bit high but you are getting some extremely effective antioxidant/nutritious ingredients. There aren’t too many products to compare this to since most others are Greens supplements. I’d give the value a 7.5/10
—-Side Effects—-
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—-Conclusion—-
In conclusion Kyani Sunrise is a solid blend of nutrients/antioxidants that will help with your overall health/well-being. I recommend this product if you need a healthy boost and you don’t get the recommend minerals/vitamins. I’d definitely try this again using the packets they offer and see if that makes a difference. Thanks again to Kyani for allowing me to review some of their products.

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