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Health Logics Beauty Rest Collagen Natural Chocolate -- 7.96 oz


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Health Logics Beauty Rest Collagen Natural Chocolate -- 7.96 oz

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Health Logics Beauty Rest Collagen Natural Chocolate Description

  • Healthy Skin, Hair, Nail and Joint Health
  • Collagen Peptides + GABA + Glycine
  • Theanine + Magnesium for Beauty Sleep
  • Made in the USA • Non GMO • Gluten Free • Dairy Free • No Added Sugars
  • 20 Servings

Self Care Starts with Rest and Nutrition

Use Beauty Rest to revitalize your inner and outer beauty each night.

 

The aging process naturally depletes our body's collagen production. Beauty Rest has been scientifically formulated to help provide 7 grams of bovine collagen peptides, as well as GABA, Theanine and Magnesium Bisglycinate for added relaxation and sleep aid. Sleep is an essential part of maintaining beautiful, vibrant skin. Enjoy Beauty Rest as a way to promote sleep and help maintain your optimal skin health.

 

Restful Sleep, Beautiful Look

» Helps Aid Restful Sleep

» Joint Mobility and Flexibility Support

» Glowing, Vibrant Skin

» Great Chocolate Flavor

» Mixes Easily in Liquids

» Lab Test, Quality Guaranteed

 

Beauty Rest Collagen, Collagen Peptides Powder, Non-Habit Forming Sleep Aid, Relaxing, Healthy Joints & Skin!

Beauty Rest Collagen aids in relaxation and sleep, while also promoting healthy hair, skin, and nail. Restful sleep is a critical component to ensuring a healthy body. Beauty Rest is specifically formulated to combine powerful supplements for beauty as well as for aiding in relaxing sleep.

 

Beauty From Within

As collagen levels decline as we age, supplementing is a great way to ensure you continue to look and feel young. Beauty Rest Collagen provides 7 grams of collagen per serving to ensure that you are able to promote youthful looking skin.

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Relaxation And Sleep Aid

Combined with collagen, Beauty Rest Collagen contains GABA, Theanine, Glycine and Magnesium to aid in relaxation and sleep. One of the most critical components to overall wellness is to get a proper night's sleep. Combining Beauty Rest Collagen in your beauty regiment is a great way to keep feeling and looking great!

Recover Better

 

No Sugar, Artificial Flavors, Preservatives or Dairy!

Beauty Rest Collagen powder is a pure supplement that is not loaded with sugar or dairy. Feel good about your beauty as well as your gut health with Beauty Rest Collagen.

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Directions

Suggested Use: Combine 1 scoop with 8 fl oz of water,  milk, coffee, or your favorite smoothie, mix thoroughly.
Free Of
GMOs, gluten, wheat, yeast, artificial ingredients and preservatives.

*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 (11.2 g)
Servings per Container: 20
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories40
Total Fat0.5 g<1%
   Saturated Fat Less than0.5 g
Sodium30 mg1%
Total Carbohydrate1 g<1%
   Dietary Fiber Less than1 g3%
   Total Sugars Less than0.5 g
Protein7 g
Magnesium (as Magnesium Bisglycinate Chelate and Magnesium Oxide)100 mg24%
Bovine Collagen Peptides7 g*
GABA (gamma-Aminobutyric acid)100 mg*
L-Glycine500 mg*
L-Theanine100 mg*
Phytoceramide Extract 10:120 mg*
Amino Acid Profile
Alanine8.6%
Arginine7.3%
Aspartic Acid5.8%
Glutamic Acid10.2%
Glycine22.2%
Histidine1.0%
Hydroxyproline11.9%
Isoleucine1.4%
Leucine2.7%
Methionine0.9%
Phenylalanine2.1%
Proline12.7%
Serine3.2%
Threonine1.8%
Lysine3.6%
Hydroxylsyne1.6%
Tyrosine0.8%
Valine2.4%
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Cocoa powder, non-dairy creamer, monk fruit extract, natural vanilla flavor, sea salt.
Warnings

Consult your healthcare provider if you are pregnant or lactating, have a serious health condition, or are taking prescription medicine.

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How to Sleep Longer at Night (and Why More Hours Matter)

Cheating yourself of a full night's sleep is part of modern life. But fail to get enough shut-eye, and you may dramatically increase the risk of being diagnosed with dementia. Getting five or fewer hours of sleep per night makes you twice as likely to develop dementia compared to people who sleep seven to eight hours, according to researchers at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Content Woman Lying in Bed with Eyes Closed After Learning How to Sleep Longer at Night | Vitacost.com/blog In addition, not sleeping well increases your risk of an earlier death. The researchers say a lack of sleep prevents important restorative rest that keeps the brain and body healthy. The new study adds to a growing collection of research that has found that a lack of sleep may contribute to various health ailments. These include:
  • Increased risk of diabetes, heart disease and some types of cancer
  • Hypertension
  • Osteoporosis
  • Higher levels of anxiety, stress and depression
  • Obesity
  • Accidents related to drowsiness
  • Decreased libido
  • Impaired immunity
  • Decreased fertility
"Getting adequate sleep needs to be a daily priority -- not a 'maybe this weekend I will catch up on my sleep' type of attitude," says Terry Cralle, a registered nurse, certified sleep educator and spokesperson for the Better Sleep Council.

Changing your attitude about sleep

In our fast-paced society, many people trim back on sleep time so they can get more done. Cralle says she often hears from people who say they simply do not have enough time to sleep. "You would make time for sleep if you fully understood the risks of insufficient sleep," Cralle counters. It is common for some people to put off sleep so they can watch more TV, or check their social media accounts. Others simply want more time for themselves than their busy day otherwise allows. Cralle says there is even a name for this behavior: "bedtime procrastination." Some people also intentionally sleep less so they can accomplish more at work, or to further other goals. But Cralle says the notion that you can be more productive by skipping some rest is a mistake. "The quality of your waking hours decreases when you skimp on sleep," she says. "A well-rested person has more productive and efficient waking hours -- actually does more and does it better -- than a sleep-deprived person."

How to sleep longer

Most adults require seven to nine hours of sleep, Cralle says. "A person's daily sleep requirement should be treated as important as taking a daily life-saving medicine," she says. If you struggle to fall asleep -- or to remain in blissful slumber -- there are several steps you can take to improve rest, Cralle says. They include:

Create a good sleep environment.

Keep your room cool, pitch dark and quiet, and sleep on a  comfortable surface. "Your odds of falling right back to sleep after awakening are greatly increased," in such an atmosphere, Cralle says.

Keep lighting dim.

Bright, overhead lighting can wake you up. So, use a minimal level of illumination if you wake up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. Cralle suggests purchasing motion-detecting nightlights. She also notes that some adjustable mattress bases are equipped with under-the-bed lighting that can help you get back to bed safely.

Never look at the clock.

Clock-watching at any point during your sleeping hours is counterproductive. When you look at the clock, it is easy to slip into calculating how many hours of sleep you have left, or how many things you need to do when it is time to wake up. "Keep clock faces out of your line of sight," Cralle says.

Falling back to sleep after waking up

If you wake up in the middle of the night and cannot fall back to sleep, Cralle suggests you get up rather than trying to force yourself to fall asleep again. “Simply get out of bed and do something calm and relaxing in very dim light -- think jigsaw puzzle, knitting, coloring,” she says. However, avoid firing up the computer or checking your phone. “The light from the screen is telling your brain that it is time to wake up, not to fall back asleep,” Cralle says. Another strategy to consider is listening an audio book as you lay in bed in the dark. “Something boring -- preferably something you have heard over and over -- and on a timer can be distracting and calming, the perfect combination to lull you back to sleep,” Cralle says.

When to consult a professional for sleep problems

Finally, consult with your healthcare provider if you display signs of a sleep disorder. Cralle suggests keeping the “rule of threes” in mind: Make a note of the “rule of threes”:
  • Do you wake up three nights (or more) each week?
  • Does it take you longer than 30 minutes to fall back to sleep?
  • Have you been waking in the middle of the night for at least 30 days?
“Sleep problems -- like any other health problem -- should never be ignored,” Cralle says.

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