Sip and Snack the Stress Away with Jelly Vit

Since I am a work from home mom, rest is a luxury. Not because I am at home all day, I am not doing anything, aside from working, I still have to take care of our home and Coco’s unli needs and wants.
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That’s why, once I find time to rest, I literally chill with my new favorite — Jelly Vit Jelly Juice Drink that literally relives my stress away.

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JellyVit Jelly Juice Drink is actually a 2-in-1 jelly juice drink that has  low calories and with antioxidants aka Vitamins A, C and E (Calamansi), collagen (Lychee) or L-Gluthathione (Strawberry).

It is very affordable at SRP 20.75 (150ml) and is available in Lazada, Shopee and leading supermarkets and convenience stores nationwide.

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    1. Hello mommy issay! ito po sagot from the brand: It is safe to consume jelly during pregnancy. It offers many health benefits, and you can include the food in your diet. However, as with most foods, try to regulate the amount of jelly you consume while you are expecting. Though Jelly Vit is safe to consume during pregnancy phase, there are a few reactions and complications associated with it (for some). Therefore, it is still best to consult your doctors first before consuming.

      Also safe for breastfeeding moms, but again, consult first.

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  1. Super nutritious po talaga nang jelly vit na ito, in a very affordable price na ikaka enjoy nang mga kids kaya nga po pag may time na nakapag grocery ako nagsasama po talaga ako nito sa list ko

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