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Zand Super C Plus PM -- 60 Tablets


Zand Super C Plus PM
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Zand Super C Plus PM -- 60 Tablets

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Zand Super C Plus PM Description

  • With Zinc • Vitamin D3
  • All Day Immune Support
  • Daily Defense
  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO

Be ready when it counts! This complete formula has 125mcg of Vitamin D3, 20mg of Zinc, 300mg of Elderberry, 3mg of Melatonin and 1,000mg of PureWay-C®. This patented form of Vitamin C is fast-acting and easy to absorb for all day immune support.

 

Vitamin C
Known for its properties as natural support for seasonal wellness, Vitamin C is an essential vitamin that the body cannot produce, so diet and supplements are key to delivering its' many benefits.

 

Elderberry
European elderberries have been used for centuries for their wellness power, and are packed with vitamin C and antioxidants to help support immune function.

 

Zinc
An immune-support staple, zinc works with other herbal extracts to keep you feeling your best.

 

Vitamin D3
Vitamin D is best known for regulating the absorption of calcium and phosphorus as well as facilitating the body's normal immune function.


Directions

Use only as directed. Take 2 tablets before bed with a glass of water.

Free Of
Gluten, GMOs.

*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: 2 Tablets
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate1 g<1%
Vitamin C (as PureWay-C™)1000 mg1111%
Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol)125 mcg625%
Zinc20 mg182%
Melatonin
Elderberry
(Sambucus nigra) (berry extract)
300 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Cellulose, maltodextrin, stearic acid, citrus (orange) bioflavonoids, rice bran and silica.
Warnings

Consult a licensed health care practitioner before using this product, especially if you are pregnant or nursing, a young adult, or an individual with autoimmune conditions, diabetes or other endocrine disorders, depressive disorders, illness or using medications. Do not take prior to or while operating machinery or a vehicle or if you are otherwise engaged in an activity in which you need to stay alert. This product is for adults and should not be used by children or teenagers.

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Understanding Circadian Rhythm: How it Works, Plus Tips to Better Support Yours

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What is circadian rhythm?

Your circadian rhythm is a collection of mental, behavioral and physical changes that operate on a 24-hour cycle. This 24-hour cycle can be further broken down into 2, 12-hour segments, with one representing daytime and the other representing nighttime. The circadian rhythm helps to make sure that all of the processes in your body are happening in the right place and at the right time during this 24-hour period. It affects most living things and is regulated by light and darkness. The circadian rhythm is often referred to as the biological clock. Yet biological clocks are actually a component of the circadian rhythm and not the exact same thing. Your biological clock helps regulate the cycle of circadian rhythms. Nearly every tissue and organ contain a biological clock.

How circadian rhythm affects health

The circadian rhythm controls the release of hormones and neurotransmitters that control many functions in your body. It also influences other parts of your body, such as your eating habits, digestion, body temperature and sleep habits. So, if your circadian rhythm is not optimal, many of your hormones and bodily processes won't be working optimally either. Some ways that a disrupted circadian rhythm can impact your health include:
  • Disrupted thyroid function. This can then impact metabolism, body temperature and more.
  • May lead to the dysfunction of your hypothalamus adrenal pituitary (HPA) axis. This is your body’s main stress response system, and it is closely related to circadian rhythm. The dysfunction could lead to the improper handling of all types of stressors (physical, mental and emotional).
  • Poor glucose metabolism and worsening insulin sensitivity. These can cause higher blood sugar levels.
  • Increased hunger and less feelings of fullness. This can lead to overeating and unwanted weight gain.
  • Increased inflammation. Inflammation can take a negative toll on many aspects of health and possibly contribute to many conditions such as cancer, asthma, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Disruption of the normal functioning of female reproductive hormones., This can interfere with ovulation and fertility.
  • Increased mood disorders like anxiety and depression.
  • Increased risk for a variety of chronic diseases.

What impacts your circadian rhythm?

Unfortunately, there are a lot of things in our modern society that can interfere with your circadian rhythm. Some of these are things that you have no control over, but many of them are things that you do. These things include: Changes to normal light and dark cycle. This happens when we “trick” our bodies into thinking it’s daytime when it’s actually night, and vice versa. This especially affects people who work the night shift, frequently travel across time zones and spend most of their time indoors under artificial light are especially impacted by these changes. However, another huge contributor to this change is the frequent use of electronics that emit blue light after the sun goes down. Blue light suppresses the release of melatonin, a hormone that helps you naturally fall asleep. Altered sleep schedules. Like the changes in light and dark cycles, getting poor sleep or sleeping during odd times of the day disrupts circadian rhythm. Exercise. Exercise is a strong signal for circadian rhythms. However, exercise can positively or negatively impact sleep depending on the timing and how it’s incorporated. Late evening exercise may block melatonin levels, which can alter sleep patterns and the circadian rhythm, while morning exercise can help support normal circadian rhythms. Eating habits. When you eat matters almost as much as what you eat when it comes to your health. Eating during a normal 12-hr day period supports circadian rhythm whereas late-night eating can disrupt it.

How to support a healthy and balanced circadian rhythm

Focusing on supporting your circadian rhythm can certainly benefit your sleep and overall health. How to support your circadian rhythm can be broken down into two, 12-hour increments representing day and nighttime. For your 12-hour daytime window (for example, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.):
  • Be consistent with when you wake up
  • Aim for exposure to natural sunlight upon waking
  • Eat a balanced breakfast including high fiber carbs, protein and healthy fats within 1-2 hours of waking
  • Participate in forms of physical movement and exercises that you enjoy
  • Limit the time you use blue light-emitting devices, and take breaks from them whenever possible
  • Spend as much time outdoors as possible
For your 12-hour nighttime window:
  • Be consistent with your bedtime
  • Eat a balanced dinner at least 2-3 hours before bedtime. If hungry again before bedtime, have a small snack within an hour or so of going to bed
  • Minimize blue light exposure and screens at least 1 hr before bed
  • Sleep in a dark and cool room

In summary

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