Get 20% off on Ruvi Active and 20% off on Ruvi shaker bottles with code* VALENTINESDAY starting February 13th at 8 am MST and ends February 14th at 11:59 pm MST.
The heart-health master! For performance, recovery, and overall cardiovascular health.
2 ½ servings fruit + 1 ½ servings veg.
(psst...78% of people don’t get enough RED fruits & veg in their diets**)
Discover an easier, tastier way with Ruvi Active to get your daily fruits and veggies. Harvested at their nutritional peak, flash frozen, freeze dried and powdered. Dump into a shaker bottle, shake, drink, easy. (No fridge or blender needed!)
No added sugar, No preservatives, No artificial flavors, Freeze Dried, Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Vegan, Plant based, All the fiber, Just add water.
8 fruits and vegetables. Nothing else.
Fuji Apple: Filled with all that good fiber plus polyphenols to help your heart stay healthy and keep cholesterol in check. May help with weight loss goals too.
Tart Cherry: Contain powerful plant foods called anthocyanins and flavonoids to help with muscle recovery.
Carrot: Rich in plant compounds called phytonutrients to aid the heart and cholesterol levels.
Raspberry: Low in calories but packed with nutrients and potent antioxidants to keep inflammation in check.
Butternut Squash: Rich in carotenoids (plant phytonutrients) to support your heart and protect your cells from oxidative damage and inflammation.
Strawberry: Loaded with antioxidants and phytonutrients to help your heart, blood pressure, cholesterol, and vascular function.
Beet: Commonly used by athletes before a workout to boost blood nitrate (nitric oxide) levels. Keeps blood pressure in check.
Tomato: Rich in nutrients to help your heart and keep inflammation and oxidative stress in check.
*Reminder! To use the code on your Subscription order, click on My Account or the person icon on the top right of the site. Click on Manage Subscriptions. There you will see a link to Apply Discount Code. You will also need to click Edit to change the charge date to February 13th or 14th.
**America’s Phytonutrient Report. Nutrilite Health Institute, 2009.
Lisa and Rich Jelinek