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3 Ways To Simplify Your Wellness Routine

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3 ways to simplify your wellness routine.

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No, it doesn't have to be hard.

At the end of the day, eating real whole food is key to a successful wellness routine. You can try every health & wellness gimmick out there, but if your diet is lacking, it can be extremely difficult to feel & look your very best. However, even with a healthy diet, it can be tough to receive an optimal amount of essential nutrients from food alone. Therefore, we turn to taking a wide range of supplements to make up for this lack of targeted nutrition.

 
However, it can be so easy to stack up literally hundreds of vitamins, herbs, supplements, dieting pills that completely consume your shelves to the point that your backpack or purse looks like a live GNC store. We’re not kidding. You name it. We’ve been there, done that and to be honest it’s not fun. Forgetting which pills you’ve taken or need to take, sifting through each bottle every morning, continually popping pills…the list goes on.

It should be fun, easy & accessible.

But what if there was a way to simplify your wellness routine and have fun doing so to feel like your most confident, best-self?

Simplifying your lifestyle and wellness regimen leaves so much time, energy & bandwidth to spend it on the things that really matter - and it also makes our shelves look wayyy more organized! 

3 Ways To Simplify Your Routine

 

1. Eat real whole foods.

 You can use the most expensive, highly prestigiously crowned Allure Magazine ‘Best of Beauty’ skincare product or some other ‘cure me now’ weightloss hope in a pill, but if you aren’t eating right too-- a fresh, glowing complexion, healthy weight and optimal well-being isn’t going to instantaneously happen. Once a healthy diet full of good fats, antioxidants, vitamin C, collagen, amino acids & more (the list goes on!) are put into place, you will undoubtedly notice a positive change in how you look, feel and even think!

 

This starts with focusing on how you can incorporate whole foods into your daily diet. The best part is, it doesn’t have to be hard. Taking just a few minutes to plan your meals for the week and sticking to a routine will reduce any guesswork at the grocery store. There are endless possibilities and recipes for making nutritious, power-packed meals at home that don’t require tons of prep time.

 

2. Try products with multiple functionalities.

Once upon a time, a moisturizer was just a moisturizer, a snack was just a snack and a beverage was simply a beverage with a purpose to keep your appetite satisfied and your body hydrated… you get the idea.

 

What a great way to get you to buy tons of products! But today, brands have gotten wise to the fact that people are way too busy and adventurous to lug around a bunch of products - and have figured out how to combine multiple benefits into one product.

 

Now, you can get a single product that helps satisfy your appetite while also providing a beauty boost to support hair + skin health, drinks that hydrate and offer an energy boost, focus, relaxing effects & more - lightening your purse, backpack or kitchen cabinet & simplifying your routine.

 

3. Stock up with on-the-go foods & beverages.

We totally get it… we know you’re super busy with the daily demands of life. Whether it’s school, work, taking care of the kids, adventuring around the world, or simply enjoying some quality “you time”, you don’t always have the luxury to spend time preparing fresh meals.

 

This is where on-the-go foods and drinks become your best friend. However, be wary of snack bars and drinks that are highly processed, not organic and contain artificial sweeteners.

 

If you’re lucky enough to find a convenient, whole food healthy snack that offers multiple targeted health benefits that’s easy enough to throw in your backpack, purse, car, office, pocket, or wherever you like..consider yourself golden!


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