This post brought to you by AeroLife™ . All opinions are 100% mine.
Guys, I like the truth. You have to understand that. There will be times when I ask someone, “Hey, what did you think of the most recent Path to Nowhere I wrote?” In return, I expect a blunt, honest answer, all B.S. aside. The same goes for when I’m asked a question. “Hey, did you enjoy that book?” Of course I did. “What about the movie they made out of it?” It stunk. “Oh, but do you think they could do better if they tried again?” With the right director and a proper script, sure. You see what I mean? The truth, it just makes sense. It’s this great thing that I care about quite a lot. So, when I’m asked if I like a product, and that happens quite often, believe it or not, I’m not going to answer with the word “yes” unless I mean it. I’m not going to answer “no” either, unless it is absolutely, without a single doubt whatsoever, the truth. With that said, AeroLife… …is pretty friggin’ cool. Okay, so just to give you the basic idea, AeroLife is a new, very futuristic, air-based nutrition system that uses powdered blends of vitamins, supplements and flavors to help the body in a variety of different ways. It’s very simple. You just draw in air through the lips and tiny, dry particles of food and nutrients follow said air into the mouth, landing on the tongue. Then you just swallow. It’s really easy. I took a few pictures on my phone, just so you could get a clear visual of it without the marketing lens. Here’s the packaging for the AeroLife Energy product. There are three flavors here: watermelon, raspberry and mint. Easy to open, and… …here’s the patented technology. That white stuff you see there is actually some of the powder. The red cap is there only to indicate flavor. The other end is where you take in air from. See? It’s very simple, and it tastes great, too. The air you draw in guides it onto your tongue. Then you just swallow it and off you go. It’s much easier than consuming pills, or even taking the time to down a whole energy drink. I should know: the mint flavored AeroLife Energy made taking B vitamins easier and faster for me than swallowing capsules. Not only does it improve the way in which one takes in nutrients, it’s also safe. This was a crucial selling point for me. I’ve done my research. All of the AeroLife products have gone through microbiological testing, content uniformity, and are compliant with the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994. The FDA has also gone through a thorough review of AeroLife’s scientific data, its technology, as well as its Energy product. Following this review, the FDA sent back a letter saying that it was, and currently is, “satisfied” that the company has addressed concerns about the new air-based delivery system. So yes, nothing to fear here. I’m telling you guys, there’s something about this stuff. It isn’t too good to be true. It’s safe, it works (I just took some today, and I’m feeling awake, alert and sharp) and it’s, in a sense, the kind of nutrition revolution we’ve been waiting for. We’re all fans of sci-fi here, and we know there will be a day when everything we’ve seen on Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica will be a reality. This is just one more step in that direction, and I personally feel that it may be the right one. We don’t need energy drinks full of potentially harmful ingredients. I’m sure you’ve heard of the recent controversy regarding Monster and 5-hour Energy. Do we really have to be a part of that? No, we don’t. We don’t need coffee. We don’t need Red Bull. We don’t need tablets and capsules. We have a choice, and this is where it starts. The shift toward air-based nutrition, which will ultimately lead to air-based medication, begins here. If you have any interest in AeroLife after all that I’ve stated herein, Start your free trial now. And check out the rest of the site, just so you’re informed about your decision. This isn’t a sales pitch, it’s a recommendation, albeit a firm one. Try it out, yeah? Until next time, this is D. Alexander wishing you a happy Trotsky on Trial Day.
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