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Bluebonnet Nutrition Collagen Refreshers™ Zen Hydrolyzed Powder Blueberry Lavender -- 11.29 oz


Bluebonnet Nutrition Collagen Refreshers™ Zen Hydrolyzed Powder Blueberry Lavender
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Bluebonnet Nutrition Collagen Refreshers™ Zen Hydrolyzed Powder Blueberry Lavender -- 11.29 oz

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Bluebonnet Nutrition Collagen Refreshers™ Zen Hydrolyzed Powder Blueberry Lavender Description

  • Keto & Paleo
  • Collagen Types I & III Peptides
  • Grass-Fred Cows • Pasture Raised
  • Made with Non GMO Ingredients
  • Gluten Free
  • Soy Free
  • Mixes Instantly • Hydrolyzed Powder

Bluebonnet's Collagen Refreshers™ Zen is carefully crafted to calm the mind and body by relieving stress and tension with hydrolyzed collagen peptides, as well as lavender flower and lemon balm extract, and L-theanine in a base of soothing organic blueberry and lemon powders. Mix and enjoy!

 

Stress Relief

luscious hair

calm the mind & body

youthful skin

strong nails


Directions

As a dietary supplement, add one scoop (16 g) to 8 fl oz of water or beverage of choice and then shake, mix or stir until smooth. Mixes instantly without the use of a blender.

 

Notice: Use this product as a food supplement only. Do not use for weight reduction.

 

 

Free Of
GMOs, gluten, soy, BPA, artificially-derived flavors and dairy.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (16 g)
Servings per Container: 20
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories60
Total Carbohydrate3 g1%
   Total Sugars Less than1 g
Protein11 g0%
Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides Types I + III (from bovine)12 g*
Stress Relief Blend
[organic blueberry juice powder, organic lemon juice powder, lemon balm leaf extract, L-theanine (free-form), lavender flower extract)
2.25 g*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Citric acid, maltodextrin, monk fruit extract.

Allergen: Manufactured in a facility that processes products containing milk, eggs, soybeans, wheat, shellfish, fish oil, tree nuts and peanut flavor.

Warnings

Caution: For adults only. Consult a healthcare practitioner if pregnant/nursing, or if you have a medical condition.

Note: This product is sold by weight, not volume. This product requires aeration at the time of filling, settling of contents may occur. Net weight and servings are clearly marked.

Keep tightly closed to guarantee freshness. After opening, store in a cool, dry place away from heat, light and moisture.

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8 Tips to Navigate Mental Health and the Holidays

The holidays are full of family time, feasts and gifts – all good things! But with the good can come an expected dose of holiday stress. Maybe you’re planning the party, gift shopping on a budget or just navigating a holiday season during a pandemic. Self-care is important, especially now. Be mindful of your needs and consistent in the routines that maintain your mental and physical health. Here are eight friendly reminders that will help you navigate holiday stress like a pro.

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Mental Health and the Holidays

1. Keep a Consistent Sleep Schedule

Days are shorter, making it tempting to hit snooze and sleep in. However, a varying sleep schedule can mess with your natural circadian rhythm. This is why you wake up feeling groggy and even more tired when you sleep in. Instead of sleeping in, stick to your routine and wake up around the same time every day – even on the weekends.

2. Resist the urge to indulge in emotional eating

The holidays can bring about many different feelings, and emotional times can lead to emotional eating. Resist the urge to eat your feelings away! Before filling your plate with seconds (or thirds), take a moment to ask yourself if you’re still hungry. Practice mindful eating and consider working with a registered dietitian if you need to reshape your relationship with food.

3. Don’t just buy something because it’s on sale

Tempted with end-of-year sales? You’re not alone! The brain’s pleasure center – the nucleus accumbens – lights up when contemplating a purchase, which can drive the impulse to buy something you don’t need. Treat yourself, your family and friends for the holidays, but remember to consult your budget and your wants versus needs before checking out.

4. Get out of your house and spend time outdoors - even if it’s cold!

A study conducted by the National Institutes of Health found that when you spend the majority of your time at home, you are more likely to feel depressed, irritable and experience sleep disturbances. Combat bad vibes! Go for a walk outdoors, dine outside with your friends and family and get your daily dose of vitamin D.

5. Make time for physical activity

Check off tips four and five by exercising outdoors. If you’re a newbie to working out, start small. You will be more likely to adhere to an exercise routine if you keep your goals practical and realistic. A simple 20-minute walk around your neighborhood is still much better than sitting at your computer or staring at your phone for those 20 minutes!

6. Eat a wholesome diet

As the food writer Michael Pollan once said, “Eat real food, not too much, mostly plants.” It’s a succinct mantra that can help throughout the holiday season and beyond. Remember to stay hydrated and stock your fridge and pantry with “mostly plants” to keep your belly full of the good stuff. Pressed for time during the week? Spend a few hours meal prepping on your weekends off.

7. Practice self care

The holidays are often focused on giving gifts and spending time with others, and it’s easy to forget to make time for yourself. Leave at least 15 minutes for self-care time every day to ensure that you have a portion of the day to focus on yourself.

8. Limit your screen time

Finally, try to limit the amount of time you spend on your devices. There are so many healthier alternatives to screen time. Exercise, read a book and meet up with friends and family. Our laptops, phones, tablets and televisions will all still be there when we return.

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