"I live a busy life of a startup founder that comes with a prescription of strange working hours. I lived one week solely with Ambronite shake, and it was a great and healthy fix for busy moments!"
"I enjoy Ambronite during busy mornings. It feels wholesome and stops my stomach rumbling. I appreciate Ambronite's nutritional values and awesome natural ingredients. My favorite recipe is Ambronite with coconut water and blueberries"
"I'm always optimizing my time and want to spend more time on things I like. With cooking, you always spend more time on preparing food than actually eating it, and you need to eat, everyday. Ambronite solves this problem. It gives me plenty of time for doing the things I love. "
"Ambronite gives me the energy to live my dream. As an entrepreneur and fitness instructor I need the best food in the world. Ambronite is a drinkable supermeal, unlike any meal replacement I've tried before. It makes me feel good and I love it!”
This weekend we learnt that you can hack your emotions with a little bit of hard science & technology, just like you can hack your lunch with 1 bag of Ambronite On August 28-29, we offered Ambronite to the participants of the Emotion Hackathon: looking at empathy, improving the quality of interaction, in digitizing and measuring emotions. Valerie from Ambronite joined the 24-hour hackathon alongside scientists and experts in the fields of neuroscience and emotion technologies. The goal set by the organizers from Team NEMO was to enrich interaction in digital environments by finding new ways of conveying emotional information. “It is important to improve human collaboration, decrease misunderstanding, disconnection and loneliness, and to support the socio-emotional development and empathy... Continue Reading →
We all know that soda is bad, but why? The answer is simple – sugar. Energy drinks, sweetened sodas and even juices are loaded with white sugars, artificial sweeteners like sucralose and high fructose corn syrup. Can you imagine sitting down and eating 6.5 spoons of sugar? That’s exactly what you are doing when you drink a can of coke, take a look at the GIF of this man who boiled coca-cola to see how much sugar is in one bottle: Excess sugar in snacks and drinks can lead to diabetes and liver & heart disease. It makes us sick and unproductive. Research has found a significant link between sugar levels and artificially sweetened soda consumption. In addition, there is... Continue Reading →