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PandaVita Baobab Powder Review & Competition

PandaVita Baobab powder

PandaVita Baobab Powder

This is an organic fruit powder, which has a little citrus taste to it, it can be used as a sugary suppliment in foods and drinks that you make, although I wouldn’t try it in my coffee.

Baobab powder is one in the class of “Superfoods”, so it is there to help the body and improve wellbeing. You may be wondering where Baobab comes from and what it looks like, well it comes from the Baobab tree in Africa and the fruit looks a little like a Mango.

Opened baobab fruit

Not only is the baobab powder a great replacement to sugar in your foods and drinks, it is also high in fibre and packed full of vitamin C, so even more benefits that you first realise. You can check out all the benefits of the powder on the PandaVita website.

So aside from what is is full of, I want to explain how is actually helps and what it does for the body. It does boost energy levels, improves immune systems, improves your mood, helps rejuvinate your skin and from results I am witnessing myself, it is helping with weight loss. I have to be honest and say that I’m not sure where it fits on Slimming World, but I am sure that this is a great replacement from sweetener.

So all in all, I have been blown away by the quality and what this powder can actually do, I am really pleased with the results.




Competition Time

So the wonderfull team over a PandaVita have been kind enough to offer 2, yes 2 lucky winners of the competition a pouch of this wonder PandaVita Baobab Powder. Al you have to do to enter is the following:

PandaVita Baobab Competition

Terms and Conditions

Terms and conditions, winners must be ages 18 and over. Winners must reside within the UK and respond to their winning email(s) within 14 days otherwise the prize will be withdrawn and another winner picked. Any address provided must be correct and once the item is posted it is beyond my control, if address is incorrect and/or item lost the prize will be withdrawn.

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22 Comments

  1. Laura Khomutova

    I would add it to my porridge

     
  2. Kirsty Fox

    I think it would be better in a smoothie, a yummy strawberry and banana one

     
  3. Gemma raines

    I would be tempted to try it in tea normal brews and a nice fruity one try it with a few different things see what worked for me

     
  4. Catherine L

    I would put it in my smoothies!

     
  5. Kyomi Johnson

    Definitely put it in my smoothies

     
  6. Paul Davies

    Great to bulk up my smoothy

     
  7. Elizabeth Smith

    I’m wondering whether I could use it in a lemon drizzle cake to kid myself that it’s a healthy option!

     
  8. Rebecca roberts

    I would Bob it in my morning smoothie

     
  9. Emma Louise Elliott

    I would put it in smoothies xxx

     
  10. Alison G Ellis

    In my smoothies

     
  11. Kayleigh Robinson

    I’d sprinkle it in my fruit smoothie on a morning. I usually have coconut water, kale, banana, peanut butter and honey. This would certainly give it a boost!

     
  12. Paula cheadle

    not sure what I would try it in, but I expect it will be quite a few different thing

     
  13. Natalie Crossan

    I think I’d put it in smoothies xx

     
  14. Sylvia Paul

    This would be great to put in my smoothies

     
  15. Sheila Reeves

    I’d use it in my mornin smoothie, or overnight oats

     
  16. ADEINNE TONNER

    I would put it in a glass of milk to make it taste nicer and have some flavour too it.

     
  17. Sarah Fielding

    I would try it in a smoothie – healthy but simple to make 🙂

     
  18. Deborah Clarke

    Id add to some basic oat muffin mix along with plenty of blueberries. Would make a perfect breakfast for on the go . Would keep me going a lot longer tham sigar filled cereal bars.

     
  19. Karl Borowy

    choc pud

     

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