St. Louis, MO (July 2021) — Northwestern University center midfielder Rowan Lapi says she’s always trying to better herself both on the field and in the classroom. That’s why the collegiate soccer player turns to Karviva Beverages to fuel her mind and body. The company is excited to announce Lapi as an Ambassador for its plant-based prebiotic and antioxidant drinks.
A native of Reinholds, Pennsylvania, Lapi discovered the wellness beverages while shopping at her local Whole Foods store. “I used the sports drink to rehydrate after a tough workout and loved it.” Lapi adds “The ingredients were so much better than all the other sports drink beverages out there.”
An economics major with minors in business institutions and entrepreneurship, Rowan Lapi is a strong advocate for using food and a healthy lifestyle for longevity within sport and life. She also supports the environmentally-sustainable production of Karviva Beverages.
Karviva founder, Dr. Angela Zeng, is excited about the partnership as she shares a connection with Lapi with her focus on healthy living and as an alumni of Northwestern University. Zeng was a postdoctoral fellow at the medical school in Chicago before founding Karviva Beverages.
Inspired by the wisdom of Eastern Medicine and backed by modern science, Karviva’s delicious wellness beverages deliver health-promoting benefits meant to aid digestive health, enhance immunity and provide sustained energy.
Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Karviva is an award-winning innovator in developing great tasting functional juices and smoothies using whole plant ingredients. Formulated from a belief that Food Is Better Medicine™, each unique beverage is inspired by ancient wisdom and backed by modern science. Karviva wellness beverages offer a vast array of product benefits ranging from restoration of digestive and immune health with prebiotics and antioxidants to delivering clean protein and providing sustained energy. Please visit Karviva Prebiotic Superfood Beverages (mykaruna.com) for more information.
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