I’ll be the first to admit this: I’m not the best at taking care of myself. It’s something I’ve always been painfully aware of, but recently I’ve been working harder and harder to remedy the situation. When Pure Encapsulations reached out to me to partner on a post, this felt like the perfect opportunity for me to do a deep dive into the world of nutritional supplements.
The first step in taking better care of myself is a simple one: being consistent about taking a multivitamin every day. It’s a simple step, but one that ensures I get all the nutrients and vitamins my body needs on a regular basis, especially as I climb and work out more and more. Another supplement that I add to this regimen is an omega supplement to keep my joints happy.
Next up is thinking of ways to get Vitamin D into my system now that shorter, grayer days are upon us here in Seattle. One quick and easy way is to use liquid Vitamin D. I mix in a few drops to my afternoon tea to keep myself feeling balanced and chipper through fall and winter.
Lastly, let’s talk about sleep… I’m a terrible sleeper, always have been. Something that I’ve found really helpful is adding melatonin to my daily bedtime routine. I like the Best-Rest Formula for this reason because it also includes another natural sleep-aids, such as valerian and chamomile. This combination helps me to unwind and get a restful night’s sleep, meaning that I wake up feeling totally rested and not at all like the zombie I once was.
If you’re into taking better care of yourself, I really recommend looking into Pure Encapsulations because of all the added benefits. For example, each supplement has zero artificial sweeteners, zero gluten, zero coatings, and zero artificial colors. Plus, the ingredients are hypoallergenic, something that definitely helped me feel better about what I’m putting into my body.
Do you take an nutritional supplements? I’d love to hear about your experiences!
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