As customers all over the world discover Ola Ola, the buzz in the media about our products increases. Articles and product reviews are appearing in traditional print media as well as on blogs and other websites. Listed here is a selection of those we are aware of; please let us know if you are aware of others. Note that web links will open in a new window.
Kat James touts the benefits of Ola Loa in her book The Truth about Beauty: Transform Your Looks and Your Life from the Inside Out.
"Ola Loa's powered vitamin drink is the most advanced powder multi, for those who can't swallow pills, featuring methylation-enhancing nutrients rarely found in a multi..." READ MORE
Coach Levi offers an in-depth review of the Ola Loa product line.
"This past winter, I was getting content with Emergen-C for my powdered multivitamin needs. Now I have found Ola Loa, which is another powdered multivitamin supplement, but it contains more vitamins and minerals, adds amino acids, and cuts way back on the sugar. Sounds like a win-win-win!
Trailspace includes Ola Loa SPORT in its review of no sugar sports drinks.
"Ola Loa offers an alternative to the ultra-sweet sports drinks with its low-sugar, high-nutrient Ola Loa SPORT. Still an electrolyte formula, this drink contains carbohydrate-metabolizing B-vitamins and 1,000 milligrams of vitamin C." READ THE REVIEW
Here's a review by Nicole at the "Kiddies Corner Deals" blog.
"This is the perfect drink for kids because many won't chew the vitamins, gummy vitamins are not good for teeth and liquid vitamins are aweful. Your kids can drink Ola Loa products and not even realize how healthy it is for them." READ THE REVIEW
Here's a review by Samantha at the "As They Grow Up" blog.
"I personally could not taste a vitamin taste in this drink at all and considering that other than a cup of coffee in the a.m., I generally just drink water all day. I actually was excited to drink this daily. I know it sounds strange but it's true!" READ THE REVIEW
Mandy from "the Leonards Family Blog" reviews Ola Loa Vitamins.
"After a few days of adding the vitamins to my water I was starting to become very attached to the Ola Loa packets. They were easy to take with me to work where I had an ample supply of filtered water, and they dropped right in and easily dissolved giving me a bit of flavor in normally bland water." READ THE REVIEW
Lou Dawson gives Ola Loa a plug on his Wild Snow skiing blog.
"I refreshingly came across sport and vitamin drink company Ola Loa. These guys are an alternative to the ubiquitous Emergen-C that lots of us gulp as regular as coffee. Looked at your Emergen-C label lateley? Turns out that stuff (other than their light and sugar free versions) has grams and grams of sugar, so when you prepare it you’re basically drinking vitamin laced sugar water. Yuk..." READ THE ARTICLE
Here's a family review of Ola Loa products on the Kitchen Stewardship blog.
"My son thinks drinking his vitamins is pretty cool. If your child doesn’t like chewing vitamins and you think the gummies are a little too much like candy, this might be a neat option to try." READ THE REVIEW
The Jan-Feb'2009 issue of women's magazine Curve lists Ola Loa in an article discussing various supplement drinks.
The comparison lists Ola Loa Energy's Cran-Raspberry flavor, as well as Mango-Tangerine and Lemon flavored SPORT. READ MORE