BEAT THE BLOAT
Grazia|November 2020
Gummies aren’t just for kids anymore

If you weren’t already health conscious before, it may be safe to assume that you are now, thanks to everything that 2020 has thrown our way. Our active lifestyles have suddenly turned sedentary, resulting in lethargy, digestive issues and most importantly, bloating. Thankfully, an Indian-origin nutraceutical brand, Power Gummies, has launched Weight Management Gummies to help you in your battle against the bloat – infused with green coffee bean, L-Carnitine and vitamin C, these gummies boost metabolism, prevent fatigue and reduce water retention, all in a slow, safe and natural manner. Our team tried them out, and here’s what they have to say about it:

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