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Irwin Naturals Sunny Mood® -- 75 Liquid Softgels


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Irwin Naturals Sunny Mood® -- 75 Liquid Softgels

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Irwin Naturals Sunny Mood® Description

  • BioPerine Enhanced Absorption
  • Feel Good, Feel Balanced
  • Clarity, Positive, Uplifting
  • D3, Rhodiola, L-Theanine, DHA, Lemon Balm and Passionflower
  • Plus Saffron Extract!
  • Daily Essential Fatty Acids - Omega-3 Oils

Sunny Mood™ is a "feel good formula'' that can help lift your spirits when you're feeling down. This innovative product supplies a broad-spectrum of phytonutrients and essential minerals to target mood & emotional health.

Mood Enhancement: Sunny Mood supports a positive mental state to promote feelings of happiness and well-being. This formula delivers a unique combination of botanicals that are traditionally used in mood support formulas - including Lemon Balm, Damiana and Saffron. Plus, it features a powerful Rhodiola extract that is standardized to a minimum of 3% rosavins and 1% salidrosides. Emerging research has demonstrated Rhodiola's mood-elevating and brain-energizing effects.

Emotional Balance: Sunny Mood supports emotional stability and calmness. Combining adaptogenic botanicals, soothing nerve relaxants and harmonizing nutrients such as L-Theanine, this multi-faceted formula can help you maintain mental balance during times of heightened emotional stress.

Sunny Mood™ is designed for overall mental health, and is ideally suited for individuals with temporary depressed mood, occasional anxiety, emotional reactivity, temporary stress-related exhaustion and mental fatigue. This product can be used daily for health maintenance, or as needed to balance the mind and emotions.

What Makes Us Different:

Liquid Soft-Gels - The nutrients in these easy-to-swallow Liquid-Soft-Gels are released fast. Other forms of delivery can contain binders and fillers that may cause stomach upset and offer no nutritional value. Advanced Liquid Soft-Gels provide an optimum delivery system.

Quality Assurance - Irwin Naturals is committed to providing the highest committed to providing the highest quality products for your health. We employ compliance testing to ensure purity and potency.

Patented BioPerine- BioPerine enhances the bioavailability, absorption and potency of many nutrients.


Directions

Suggested Use: (Adult) Take three (3) Liquid Soft-Gels daily with a meal and a full glass of water.
Free Of
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: 3 Liquid Softgels
Servings per Container: 25
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol)1200 IU300%
Magnesium (as Magnesium Citrate)150 mg37%
Chromium200 mcg166%
Fish Oil (18% EPA, 12% DHA)1300 mg
Rhodiola (Rhodiola rosea) extract 93% rosavins)(1% salidrosides)(root)340 mg
Lemon Balm extract (4:1)(leaf)300 mg
Passionflower (extract (4:1)(flower)200 mg
Damiana (Turnera diffusa) extract (4:1)(leaf)200 mg
L-Theanine100 mg
Saffr'Activ® Saffron extract 90.3% saffrana)(stigma)10 mg
Bioperine Complex
BioPerine® Black Pepper extract (95% piperine) (fruit), Ginger extract (5% gingerols)(root)
6 mg
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, purified water, glycerin, soy lecithin, beeswax, silicon dioxide, riboflavin and titanium dioxide.

Contains: Fish (Anchovy, Sardine), Soy

Warnings

Usage Warnings: Do not use if safety seal is broken. Check with your doctor before using this product if you are using medication or have any medical conditions. Do not use if you may become pregnant, are pregnant or nursing. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Not intended for use by persons under 18.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Is Creativity Good for Your Health?

The last twenty years have made us a more techie, mechanized society, whose pinnacle of self-expression is the selfie. We have fallen in love with the finger tap and the swipe—and lost site of the importance of expressing ourselves through our hands or bodies. Frequently, the passive pleasures of virtual realities trump the hard won effort it takes for real time embodiment and creative expression.

Woman Expressing Creativity by Painting Flowers on White Paper | www.vitacost.com/blog

But in the struggle resides the gift: At the core of art making lies our urgent search for meaning. One of the fundamental driving forces in artistic creation is the need to make our daily experience relevant to our inner life.

As it turns out, a sense of purpose can have a positive effect on our health. Over the past decade, health psychologists have begun looking at how the arts and creativity might be used to regulate our emotions, increase empathy, develop a capacity for self-reflection, reduce symptoms and change mindset.

In 2010, the American Journal of Public Health published a review titled, “The Connection Between Art, Healing, and Public Health.” In it, researchers analyzed more than 100 studies about the impact of art—including painting, drawing, photography, pottery, and textiles—on health and wellness and one’s ability to heal oneself. Each study examined more than 30 patients who were battling chronic illness and cancer.

Here’s some of what they found:

Art creates fullness

The evidence is beginning to support what a lot of crafters know intuitively: that creating—whether it be through art, music, cooking, quilting, sewing, drawing, photography (or) cake decorating—is beneficial to us in a number of important ways. For one thing it creates a sense of absorption or “flow.”

Creativity expert and psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, who pioneered the concept of flow, described it like this: a few moments in time when you are so completely absorbed by an activity that nothing else seems to matter. Flow, Csikszentmihalyi says, is the secret to happiness—a statement he has supported with decades of research.

"When we are involved in (creativity), we feel that we are living more fully than during the rest of life. You know that what you need to do is possible to do, even though difficult, and sense of time disappears. You forget yourself. You feel part of something larger,” he said during a 2004 TED talk.

The science: In a study on the effects of art making for women who had cancer, research found that creating arts and crafts enhanced their self-worth and identity by providing them with opportunities to demonstrate continuity, challenge, and achievement.

Art making is meditative

Not surprisingly, the effects of flow are similar to those of meditation. Both art making and meditation depend on a quality of absorption. A growing body of research suggests that meditation can reduce stress and fight inflammation.

The science: In a quantitative trial of mindfulness art therapy targeted toward women with cancer, researchers found that those who engaged in art making demonstrated statistically significant decreases in symptoms of physical and emotional distress during treatment.

Creativity is a natural anti-depressant

The reward center in your brain releases a neurotransmitter called dopamine when you do something pleasurable. Making art, crafting, and writing all have the potential to powerfully stimulate our brain’s reward center.

The science: Expressive writing can improve control over pain, depressed mood, and pain severity. In a pair of randomized controlled trials, patients were assigned to write about either emotional (anger expression) or nonemotional topics. In the 9-week study, patients who wrote about their anger showed significantly greater improvements in their ability to deal with pain and regulate depression.

Art improves our immune system

Creating art doesn’t just make you feel better—it can actually have a molecular impact on your cells. Dozens of studies have shown that writing and art making can influence the frequency of physician visits, immune function, stress hormones, and blood pressure.

The science: A 2004 study published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine used writing as a treatment for HIV patients found that writing resulted in improvements of CD4+ lymphocyte counts, reducing their viral load and improving their immune system.

Creativity keeps us sharp

It boils down to this: creativity translates into a stimulating environment for the brain. The more you increase your brain complexity, the more backup you have to mitigate loss. It’s a way of creating a buffer against decline.

The science: According to a 2011 study published in The Journal of Neuropsychiatry, crafting can reduce your chances of developing mild cognitive impairment by 30 to 50 percent.

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