Giving Wellness a Shot with The Good Glow

Giving Wellness a Shot with The Good Glow

My name is: Lauren Whatley.

I’m known for being: Founder, The Good Glow.

I'm talking about: The Good Glow's apple cider vinegar wellness shots.

You can find it at: We launched in June of 2020.

What inspired me to create it was: I saw a need for wellness brands that are convenient and approachable and was inspired to create a company to help others reinvent their own daily wellness routines. I experimented with making apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots for years and found that adding them to my diet was a super straightforward, yet effective way to improve my overall health and well-being. These shots are our first product, but the possibilities for easy ways to simplify and enhance wellness routines are endless!

How it works is: When you drink our apple cider vinegar shots, your body creates more enzymes to break down food and balance your digestive system. Thanks to a powerful combination of amino acids, potassium and enzymes, it's a natural source of energy too. We recommend taking 1-2 shots per day to see results.

What makes it special is: It has really simple, pure ingredients and, unlike many other wellness beverages, is free of added sugars.

One thing you can’t miss is: The metabolism boost! When you drink ACV, your body uses fat for energy rather than storing it. It’s also known to suppress cravings, helping you feel fuller longer.

My favorite secret detail is: If you purchase a 14-pack, we are currently sending them in these adorable, very chic neoprene pouches. I’ve loved hearing from customers about how they're repurposing their pouches as makeup bags, lunchboxes...The world is your oyster!

Your body will thank you, especially in the world right now, because: Life is especially difficult right now and, while so many are juggling so much, finding simple, convenient ways to improve your health is so important.

Cover image via Alexis Christodoulou 

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