Have you ever wondered what it's like to work for AAVALABS? The AAVALABS team works 100% remotely and shares a deep passion for a healthy lifestyle and work-life balance. Each employee works from the place he or she prefers to be. Find out more about the AAVALABS team - e asked all of them to answer questions about their personal experience working at AAVALABS.
Chidi, our specialist for regulations and product quality, is based in London. He ensures the launch of new supplements under all market & quality guidelines.
Tommi is based in Finland and is the numbers guy at AAVALABS. He is responsible for financial planning and calculations. In typical Finnish manner his answers are short ;)
Carlota is the HR manager at AAVALABS. She is based in Madrid and a real pro when it comes to finding the right talent for our team and making sure things like onboarding run smoothly within the organization.
Diana is usually based in Madrid, but likes to spend a few months a year in Ibiza. She organizes all eCommerce issues and ensures that our customers get the best possible service at AAVALABS.
Our Operations Coordinator Serena is based in Italy. With her strong organizational skills, she coordinates any kind of operations and keeps an eye on everything related to inventory and supply chain management.
Guilia is originally from Italy, but currently lives in Austria. She coordinates the AAVALABS products in our Amazon Store and makes sure that our Amazon customers are perfectly happy.
Yanina was born in Argentina but lives in Milan. Always in a good mood, she makes sure AAVALABS customers get all their questions answered about products, ingredients and recommended dosages.
Lisa is originally from Germany, but lives in sunny Barcelona. She is responsible for all content of the AAVALABS newsletters, social media posts and blog articles.
Working remotely doesn't mean having a distanced relationship to your colleagues. Yes, we work hard and know how to roll up our sleeves. But there's still plenty of time to catch up over the weekend.
One book that has inspired our working style is “Remote: Office Not Required” by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson (in case you want to learn more about this lifestyle).
What unites us is our common mission. We want to provide a healthier everyday for the many people by giving them a piece of the Nordics.
You've probably heard how important it is to warm up before a workout and stretch afterwards. In addition to injury prevention, the focus is on performance enhancement, in which the athlete prepares his muscles for the stress.
Sometimes, however, stretching is not enough and different types of muscle pain still occur after training. Just as a car needs oil to run, our muscles need the right ingredients to function. They need vitamins and minerals to perform at full capacity without any kind of complications.
Besides overuse, cramps and contractures, there are many other types of muscle pain that every athlete knows about.
Have you had to experience it too?
Then read the top 7 vitamins & minerals that help muscle recovery now!
Do you enjoy pushing yourself to the limit when it comes to sports?
Then you are definitely a fan of endurance sports. Whether it's running, cycling or swimming, endurance sports are incredibly important for your health and should definitely be part of your exercise routine. It improves fat burning, strengthens the immune system, improves blood count and significantly reduces the risk of heart attack.
And one thing is clear: your body can achieve better results if it has all the nutrients it needs for sports at its disposal. Healthy nutrition is therefore the be-all and end-all. But sometimes a healthy diet is not enough to cover all your nutritional needs. This is because endurance sports create an additional demand for vitamins and minerals, some of which are very high. Therefore, the supply of micronutrients in endurance sports deserves special attention.
We tell you which minerals and vitamins are particularly important for endurance athletes!
Sunshine, long evenings and good mood! Summer has finally arrived!
For many people, however, the warm temperatures also mean swollen legs, fingers and arms. This is usually due to water retention in the connective tissue, also known as edema.
There are many tablets available at the pharmacy that can help with drainage.
But before you take chemical pills, we recommend you to try natural solutions.
Fortunately, there are many natural ways to get rid of or prevent water retention as quickly as possible.
We explain how water retention occurs and what you can do against it.