Is the AeroLife air-based nutrition system the future of food?

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One day humans will no longer need to eat foods or drink liquids in order to receive their proper daily nutrition. Does that sound like a crazy idea? The AeroLife air-based nutrition system makes me believe a future like that might be closer than you think. Can we trade in our vitamins and energy drinks for portable air-based shots? Keep reading to find out.


What is AeroLife?

Developed by Harvard professor Dr. David Edwards, they are small individual plastic packs about the same size as a tube of lip balm that contain tiny quantities of food and nutrients. Just like apps for our smartphones which have different functions, there are several versions of AeroLife packs including:

  • Energy – A powdered blend of 100mg of caffeine which is the equivalent of a large cup of coffee. Also includes 100% DV of B vitamins per serving. Available flavors: mint, watermelon, raspberry and coffee
  • Sleep – A powdered blend of melatonin, 5HTP and magnesium citrate that helps you fall asleep faster. Available flavors: vanilla
  • Immunity – A powdered blend of essential nutrients including Zinc, Vitamin C and Vitamin D. Available flavors: tropical citrus
  • Coffee – 80mg of caffeine made of premium Columbian coffee with green coffee bean extract
  • Sport – A powdered blend of 50mg of caffeine plus electrolytes. Available flavors: mint lemon lime

Also available is a travel pack that has a reusable mouth piece and three AeroPods including Immunity, Sleep and Energy with Mint Energy, Tropical Citrus Immunity and Natural Vanilla Sleep.


How does it work?

Inside each single pack or reloadable AeroPod is a powdered blend of vitamins, supplements and flavors. All you do is pull the colored cap to open and then put the end of the tube between your lips, draw in air like you would through a straw. Tiny dry particles of food travel through the air into your mouth, land on your tongue where they are swallowed. Each tube is considered one serving, but can deliver 3-5 draws so you can use as much or as little as you want.

But the thing to remember is that each pack contains zero calories, zero sugar and zero liquids. You can put them in your pocket and use them any time and anywhere. Unlike regular vitamins, you don’t need water to wash them down.

You might be worried that the particles could travel into your lungs as you draw them into your mouth. According to the information, the particles are too heavy and fall to your tongue.

What do they taste like and do they work?

I have tried several of the packs and found that the flavors are pretty mild and not overly intense. The fruit flavored ones for energy and immunity reminded me of Koolaid.

I used the Sleep AeroLife 3 nights in a row and I think I was able to fall asleep quicker than normal because I don’t recall laying there thinking about my day like I usually do. The Energy packs helped me perk up in the afternoon when I usually need some help focusing. But instead of grabbing a diet coke or fixing some tea, I was able to use the AeroLife.

I do wish there was a way to tell how much powder is left in a pack.

You can try AeroLife for free!

Would you like to try AeroLife for yourself? Then take advantage of a FREE TRIAL of AeroLife (12 pack of Watermelon or Raspberry). Start your free trial now (there is a $5.99 shipping and handling charge for the samples and you will be signing up for a monthly subscription, which can be cancelled within 30 days).

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12 thoughts on “Is the AeroLife air-based nutrition system the future of food?”

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  2. This “free trial” is not at all free.

    You’re actually joining a membership in the AeroLife subscription for $25/month.

    You also have to pay shipping/handling for the first “free” shipment.

    So you have to give them a credit card.

    From their site:

    Your AEROLIFE™ membership starts with a successful Free Trial offer submission which begins when you click “START FREE TRIAL NOW.”

    Free Trial offers require you pay only a $5.99 non-refundable shipping and handling fee.

    Simply cancel no later than 30 days from your Free Trial start date, and only after your first shipment has been delivered, to end your AEROLIFE™ membership and not be charged further.

    To cancel, you will need to email [email protected] with subject line “AeroLife Free Trial Cancellation” and provide your name, address, email address and phone number in the body of the email, as well as the reason for your cancellation.

    If you do not cancel within 30 days of your Free Trial start date, your AEROLIFE™ membership will continue and you will receive a 1-month-supply (12 units) every 30 days, charged to your credit or debit card at the rate of $24.99 per month, until you cancel or change your subscription package within the next 30-day period.

  3. Obviously these are just supplements, not food replacements. You still need a certain number of calories per day with the necessary fat, carbohydrates and proteins, even if it does have a full compliment of vitamins and minerals. And you definitely do not need that much caffeine (especially if you’re getting the proper amount of fat and carbs). I’d even try something like Soylent ( before I’d ever give this stuff a second glance.

    1. @Jan You’ve made valid points. I’ve read about Soylent and along with AeroLife, it just makes me wonder what food might be like 25 years from now. We already have so much junk (chemicals, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics) in our food right now, how long before our meals are a small cube of necessary nutrients and calories? I hope not in my lifetime… unless they taste like a cheeseburger and fries 🙂

  4. @Julie What flavor would you like your dinner-pill? Roast Beef, Potatoes and Squash, or Hamburger Fries and chocolate shake. Oh yeah thats all the flavors mixed together

  5. Passing Stranger

    This will be my last comment here, and my last visit to this site, given that you’ve descended to shilling for a scam like this.
    This has nothing to do with “nutrition”, these over-priced coffee replacements contain no calories, absorbable vitamins, fibre or any other food material; likewise there’s no support for their claims..
    Don’t waste your money on crap like this, drink some tea or coffee.

  6. I wouldn’t mind these in flavors like Peanut Butter on toast, Potato Chips, Vanilla ice cream, Popcorn, and other snacks.

    I want them as a way to get those flavors without calories.

    Great for my weight loss program.

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