Up and Go UK

9 May 2015

It's official that I am possibly one of the worst people at eating breakfast in the morning. Who has time for breakfast?! I'm too busy trying to wake up for starters, then I have to find the day's outfit, sort my hair and makeup, take Max for a decent walk, make sure my gym bag is packed for that day...where is the time for breakfast?!

If I had time in the mornings, I would make a gorgeous protein filled brek, sit down with the news on and have some morning 'me time'. Unfortunately that doesn't exist on a weekday. It's usually me watching 30 seconds of the news highlights whilst throwing some form of top on in a rather quick manner so that I can take Max out for morning walkies.


Up until recently, I hadn't found any quick breakfasts that I'd enjoy. I particularly like Upbeat protein drinks but I wouldn't necessarily have them for breakfast, and even though I love porridge, I'm not a big fan of eating it in the Summer months. I need something quick and easy, yet nutritious that I can have on the go. That's where Up and Go came into the picture. I didn't even have to blink and an exciting parcel filled with some of their goodies arrived on my doorstep.


So what is Up and Go? You may have seen their 'Aussie's Suck' campaign floating around over the last few weeks, as well as a rather large inflatable assault course in the shape of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Yes, you guessed it. Australia's favourite breakfast drink had landed on British soil. Each breakfast drink is made with wholegrain oats, and contains as much fibre and calcium as your average bowl of cereal and milk. It's also got extra protein in and fortified with vitamins and minerals, which is great for gym goers like myself. There's three flavours to choose from - chocolate, strawberry and vanilla. All taste great, even the strawberry, which usually I'd not be a fan of.

You can now find me sipping one of these breakfasts either in the car on the way to work, or at my desk as I reply to my morning emails. The Aussie's have converted me and I now make sure I get my dose of breakfast every morning. Well done Up and Go..I applaud you!

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Please note: This is not a sponsored post and Up and Go UK did not ask me to write this review. They kindly sent me some samples 'just because' and I loved their product that much that I wanted you all to know about it. Aussie's may suck, but their breakfast drinks don't ;)

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  1. I couldn't imagine a morning without breakfast, can't focus without my Weatabix in the morning! These look great for being on the go.

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