Vegan Supplements from Well Told Health

by Katie Skrzek

Jul 31, 2019

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Well Told Health offers vegan supplements without harmful additives. The Canadian company’s mission is to simplify a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle and make it more accessible.


Supplements are created using dehydrated, milled, whole food ingredients and are free of synthetics and fillers. Ingredients include goji berries, cacao, spinach, lemon balm, beets, grape skin and matcha tea.


Check the website for more ingredient information. Products are gluten- and soy-free.


Six types of supplements are currently available: stress fighter, energy, relaxation, antioxidant, turmeric and vitamin D. If you can’t decide, purchase one of the discounted bundles of two different supplements at a discount. Individual bottles cost $34, while a bundle of two bottles costs $50. Each bottle contains 62 capsules.


Well Told Health offers a monthly subscription option for $30 a month, which includes free shipping and 12 percent off products. Customize your plan and feel free to modify or cancel at any time. Well Told Health currently only ships within the United States and Canada. If you refer a friend and they make a purchase, you’ll both receive $10 off your next purchases.




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