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Calendar November 24, 2013 11/24/13 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

November Bestowed Review and Half Off Code

I got got the opportunity to review Bestowed in October, and I really loved the box.  You can read my review for October, HERE.  I loved their box in October and I was very excited when they asked me to review a box for November.  Bestowed was founded by Heather Bauer, a nationally recognized nutrition expert.  She has written two top selling books and formed Nu-Train, a diet and weight loss center.  
The Box
First Look
Information Guide
Bestowed has a great information guide.  They send an actual booklet full of information about each product.  This is one of the most thorough information cards/booklets I have seen in the subscription box business. Bestowed also gives you tips about each product and where to buy it.  
Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers $8.77
These are gluten free and have a mix quinona, sesame seeds and amaranth in them.  They go great with salsa.  There is also no sugar or preservatives.  You can find these at Cosco or Walmart.  These crackers were so yummy and I liked them right out of the bag.
Zico Chocolate Coconut Water $2.11
This is natural and gluten free.  C and I don’t like coconut, but I had C try this (I didn’t tell him what it was).  C actually liked this.  This is not only tasty, but loaded with electrolytes and potassium.  This can be found at Kroger, Publix, Safeway, Target, and Walmart.
Eat Green Tea  21ozs $6.25
Green Tea has tons of antioxidants and cancer fighting polyphenols.  Eating green tea leaves has 100 times more antioxidants than brewed green tea.  I don’t drink green tea, but I would be willing to try it on my food.
Life Ice Chocolate Crisp $6.99
Chocolate Crisp is a creamy blend of rich cocoa, with hints of cherry, black currant and vanilla.  These are 30 calories each and have zero preservatives, gluten free and no gmos.  You freeze these and then enjoy them as a snack.
Wild Garden Hummus Dip and Coupon 81 cents
This is gluten free and low fat.  This is an individual size container for all the hummus lovers.  This can be found out www.wildgardenhummus.com
QuestBar Natural Protein Bar $2.08
This has 20 grams of protein and 17 grams of fiber.  This is low carb, gluten free and high in fiber.  Anytime you combine chocolate and peanut butter, it has to be good.
Salba Smart Chia Boost $2.62
This is loaded with Omega 3s, fiber and mangesium.  This can be paired with smoothies, salads, oatmeal, and baked goods.  I like how these enable you to add some nutrition to your food without much effort.  These can be found at Kroger and Whole Foods.
Skratch Labs Exercise Hydration Mix $1.95 a package
This is gluten free and preservative free.This replaces electrolytes and helps maintain blood glucose.  This is tasty and is great after a run.
Naktar Honey Crystals .40 cents
This are honey made into sugar crystals.  You don’t have the mess with liquid honey and still get the great sweetness flavor.  This can be found at Whole Foods.
Perfect Fuel Chocolate $1.99
This is a dark chocolate and ginseng endurance snacks and only has 80 calories and piece.  You can eat this before a workout to improve stamina. 
The Whole Box

Final Thought:  The total value for this box was $33.97.  I really like Bestowed.  They include so many great tasting foods, that are also healthy.  Every box is packed with food and also a great value.  You can try Bestowed for only $10.00, just use the code HELLOTEN105.  This code expires 11/30.

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