gravitate nutrition

If you read my previous post about Gravitate Nutrition you will know that my 30 day trial is up. So here it is.

Upsides – it works. For me at least. I am in no way denying the fact that I have been taking Gravitate Nutrition alongside healthy meals and working out three times a week, however, I was eating and exercising the same in the weeks coming up to starting the supplements and I didn’t see any where near the same results as I have since. I lost half a stone in the first two weeks of taking the supplements which I was amazed by. Prior to starting Gravitate Nutrition I weighed 9.6 stone. Today I weigh 8.7 stone which means I’ve lost just under a stone in 30 days. I have struggled for so long to get even close to 8 stone so this is a huge achievement. In honesty it isn’t my greatest mission to lose weight in a great rush, I would be perfectly happy tone up gradually and shift the fat at the same pace. But let’s face it – when I’m going on holiday on Sunday Gravitate Nutrition helped hurry the process along just in time to put on the bikini!

The second thing I noticed was my skin. I’m quite lucky and have never really suffered from bad skin but since taking the supplements I have definitely had less breakouts and it has looked healthier in general.

Thirdly, my nails. My nails have always been so brittle and weak but I have noticed in the last couple of weeks how strong they have become and I put that down to the Dietvits. It’s amazing how much taking vitamins every day can affect the little things that you wouldn’t think of, like your nails.

The biggest downside for me was the amount of tablets you need to take – I’m quite pathetic when it comes to taking tablets though so this is probably a bigger issue for me than most normal people. It takes me about a minute to pluck up the courage to actually swallow a tablet – pathetic I know but just have that in mind if you find it difficult too because taking seven tablets a day was quite the challenge for me.

Ultimately the positives outweigh the negatives massively for me. I don’t see Gravitate Nutrition as a long term solution – it seems impractical to be taking that many tablets every day – plus you would be sure to forget to take some! But if you are looking for a short term solution like I was or have a target you want to hit in time for a holiday or something then maybe Gravitate Nutrition is for you. It certainly worked for me in time for my holiday on Sunday. Bikini at the ready.

Above all, don’t skip meals, eat healthily (I’m not too strict – I work out so I can pig out haha) exercise – even if you’re just walking, it all helps you along the way.

I hope this helped if you are interested in trying supplements like this out, leave a comment if you have any questions.

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