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Kore Vegan Protein Natural Vanilla -- 36.5 oz


Kore Vegan Protein Natural Vanilla
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Kore Vegan Protein Natural Vanilla -- 36.5 oz

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Kore Vegan Protein Natural Vanilla Description

  • Supports Strength & Recovery
  • Premium Blend of Pea, Chickpea & Pumpkin Seed Protein
  • Promotes Muscle Growth
  • Mixes Easily & Tastes Great
  • Per Serving: 20 g Protein | 3 g Carbs | 0 g Trans Fat | 0 g Sugars

20 Grams of Premium Plant-Based Protein Per Serving!

 

• Vegan • Gluten Free

• Non-GMO • Naturally Flavored

• High Protein • Naturally Sweetened

 


Directions

As a dietary supplement, mix one (1) scoop with 8-10 ounces of cold water or any other beverage of your choice. Add more or less water to adjust sweetness. Increase serving size for higher protein content. Suggested use before, during or after your workouts, or throughout the day.
Free Of
Gluten, GMOs and animal ingredients.

*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 (29.5 g)
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories100
Total Fat0.5 g1%
Total Carbohydrate3 g1%
Protein20 g40%
Calcium56 mg4%
Iron6 mg33%
Sodium420 mg18%
Other Ingredients: Kore vegan pro blend (pea protein concentrate, chickpea protein, pumpkin seed protein (as smooth protein™)), clean cream™ (high oleic sunflower oil, tapioca starch-modified, tapioca dextrin, natural flavors, and D-alpha tocopherols), natural flavors, salt (sodium chloride), luo han guo fruit extract, steviol glycosides.

Manufactured in a facility that processes milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soy.

Warnings

Consult a physician before starting any diet and exercise program and before using this product. Do not use this product for weight reduction. Very low calorie protein diets (below 400 calories per day) may cause serous illness or death.

 

Discontinue use and call a physician immediately if you experience unexpected side effects. Discontinue use two weeks prior to surgery.

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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How Exercise Can Help With Anxiety

An estimated 62 percent of Americans feel more anxious in 2020 than around the same time last year, according to the American Psychological Association. With all the stressors of these past several months, it’s no wonder anxiety is on the rise, but this mental health issue could become chronic or even immobilizing if not released through a healthy, constructive outlet. In fact, untreated clinical anxiety is the sixth leading cause of disability across the globe, says Current Psychiatry Reports. Side View of Woman on Fitness Bike Peering Out Window Wondering About Exercise and Anxiety | Vitacost.com/blog There are a number of ways to help alleviate the physical and mental effects of anxiety, aerobic exercise being one effective method. Research shows that just 2 to 2.5 hours per week of moderate to intense exercise can boost self-esteem and cognitive function, lower the risk of disease and manage stress, anxiety or depression, according to Frontiers in Psychology. Whether you prefer to run, hike, cycle, swim, kickbox or do a HIIT circuit, here are some benefits exercise can provide for those times when you feel anxious.

Exercise and Anxiety: 3 Ways Moving More Benefits Mental Health 

1. An increased heart rate strengthens your brain chemistry

Exercise can activate neurotransmitter chemicals such as dopamine, serotonin, gamma-aminobutyric acid, glutamate, acetylcholine and endocannabinoids which regulate your overall mood state, suggests Brain Plasticity. In fact, this research indicates that 35 minutes of interval training at 80 percent of the body’s maximum heart rate will release those chemicals in the areas of the brain responsible for emotional stability and positive affect. Even better, just six weeks of consistent aerobic exercise can reduce the impulse toward anxiety- or depression-related behaviors, fear-based responses and social avoidance. Ease your anxiety: Build quick and easy aerobic exercise into your weekly routine and make a point to stick with it for at least six weeks to see if this alleviates your anxiety. A simple change can make all the difference in how you feel every day.

2. Being active can help manage physical symptoms of anxiety

Chronic anxiety impacts more than mental health—it also affects numerous functions in the body. Persistent anxious feelings can cause muscle tension, headaches, irregular sleep, cardiovascular strain, weakened immunity, high blood pressure, and intestinal pain, says the American Heart Association. This is caused by an adrenaline release during anxious situations, which puts the body in a state of heightened stress. However, as the AHA also points out, exercise can relieve muscle soreness, enhance sleep, boost stamina and energy, lower heart disease risk, and regulate blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Ease your anxiety: Create a workout routine you love and then check in with your doctor. You may have relieved your anxiety and helped boost your overall health, which in turn, can provide even more peace of mind.

3. Consistent exercise builds emotional resilience

Stress is an inevitable part of life, but the more resilient you are, the easier it will become to manage stress productively, so it doesn’t turn into anxiety or depression. Resilience is measured in terms of how you adapt to and recover from difficult situations, and research suggests that movement can increase this resilience. In a study of participants with similar cortisol (stress hormone) levels, those who exercise on a regular basis tend to use healthy coping mechanisms and exhibit balanced, less reactive emotional responses despite the amount of stress in their lives, Frontiers in Psychology reports. The idea is simple: if you exercise regularly, you can build your emotional resilience, making it easier to manage stress and anxiety when you feel it. We can’t eliminate stress, but we can find ways to make it easier to handle. Ease your anxiety: Find a method of working out that you enjoy—so you’ll stick with it. Next time anxiety comes creeping in, take note of how it affects you, how long it lasts, and how your body responds. Over-time, you may notice these symptoms and signs get easier to spot and stick around for less time.

Fitness is just the first step to ease your anxiety

Exercise is an anxiety-reducing practice that often leads to other anxiety-reducing practices as well. In fact, those with acute or chronic anxiety who maintain a consistent workout regimen are more likely to prioritize all areas of their health and respond to medications and therapeutic interventions quicker than their sedentary counterparts says Dr. James Lake, integrative mental health practitioner. Use fitness to ease your anxiety while building emotional resilience, keeping your whole body healthy, and creating healthy routines that support mental health in more ways than one.

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