Backed by research, this carefully formulated nourishing drink mix is made up of the choicest ingredients, which include Vitamin B, C, D, Magnesium, L-Theanine, grape seed extract, soy isoflavones, and inulin
Nua, a direct-to-consumer women’s wellness brand today announced the launch of Uplift, a period nutrition drink mix, which replenishes vital vitamins and minerals in the body during periods. A symptom of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), period fatigue affects most of the women, causing irritation, mood swings, tiredness, bloating, and breast tenderness. A safe and flavourful drink, Uplift is scientifically crafted to relieve these signs of PMS. Backed by research, this carefully formulated nourishing drink mix is made up of the choicest ingredients, which include Vitamin B, C, D, Magnesium, L-Theanine, grape seed extract, soy isoflavones, and inulin.
On the occasion of the launch, Ravi Ramachandran, Co-founder, and CEO, Nua, said, “We at Nua are constantly working towards making women’s lives better by solving their real-life problems. Every single element of Uplift has been an endeavor backed by science to ensure that periods are made more manageable. All our ingredients are 100% safe, effective, and inclusive. With zero preservatives, no added sugar, and 100% vegetarian, we aim to ensure that every woman can benefit from our period drink mix.”
Uplift is a result of insights gathered from our Nua community of over 4 Lakh women and then worked upon through extensive research in labs to address the issue of period fatigue. This innovative amalgamation of the scientifically researched ingredients helps a woman’s body with debloating, reduces fatigue and nausea, relieves breast tenderness, improves gut health, and elevates mood. The sachet should be mixed in a glass of water, preferably 200 ml, stirred well and consumed. For best results, one should consume 1 sachet daily for 5 days from the first day of the period. A pack of five sachets of 6 grams each, is available at a cost-effective price range of INR 199 on nuawoman.com and e-commerce sites Amazon India and Flipkart. To know more, please click here.
Source: Business World