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Let’s talk weight loss. Because — real talk — sometimes you want to reign it in, get your proverbial s#!+ together or just feel better in your skin. And there’s no shame in that.
But where to start? There’s no shortage of information on what and what not to eat, how much cardio to do, what time of day to eat - the list goes on. And not to mention, your body has its own specific needs to boost metabolism, curb appetite, and lose fat.
It’s tricky to navigate this space. Right now, we’re here to share a couple of our favorite ingredients to support you on this journey, help you maintain healthy nutrient levels, and keep you active - all the while maintaining a positive attitude.
Friendly reminder: all supplements should be used in tandem with proper diet and exercise - the good old-fashioned way!
Studies have shown that consuming ACV (along with high-carb foods) can result in feeling fuller for longer.
This, in turn, can help with losing weight due to a reduced caloric intake.
You're not the only one who constantly finds themselves asking, "Why am I so tired all the time?"
4 out of 5 people say that they suffer from sleep problems and wake up feeling exhausted.
The National Sleep Foundation announced that adults should be getting around 7–9 hours of sleep each night to feel rested and reap the benefits of a good night's rest. Meeting this average is important as a number of sleep studies found that people who sleep seven hours a night are healthier and live longer.
While getting enough sleep is key here, there are a few other routine changes you can make to get to the root of the problem and provide relief.
Clean caffeine, to us, means organic and jitter-free!
Finding a balanced blend of caffeine (i.e. yerba mate, green coffee bean, matcha, ginseng, etc.) will help keep you alert and prevent that dreadful afternoon crash.
Adaptogens like Ashwagandha have been linked to promoting a good night's sleep and have been used to treat insomnia disorders.
This powerful supplement has the ability to relieve stress and to protect brain cells against the effects of our fast-paced lifestyle.
We hear you. It’s not always easy to pinpoint what’s causing that general “blah-ness.” Usually, it’s a complex combination of factors, but one thing is certain - it can be incredibly frustrating.
Perhaps it's an unknown allergy that is making you feel unwell - or low quality sleep, high stress levels, hormonal imbalances. The list goes on.
We’re not here to worry you further though. We’re here to suggest a few ingredients that may help realign your mojo, clear the haze, brighten your energy, and get you back to feeling like yourself.
When the bacteria in our gut are balanced, our digestion functions optimally and in response: we don’t experience gut-related anxiety and depression.
When our microbiome is balanced we also boast a stronger immune system, higher energy levels, clearer skin, and fresher breath.
Vitamin D has several important health benefits, with fortifying bone health and maintaining a healthy immune system being the most well-known.
Research has also shown that Vitamin D even plays an important role in combating depression and helping protect against getting the flu.
When Chlorella gets to your intestines, it naturally attaches itself to heavy metals (like mercury and lead) and pesticides and helps usher them out of your system.
Spirulina is extremely high in chlorophyll and is also impressively effective at removing toxins from the body.
Tiredness, stress, and fatigue are all too common these days. And when these are a constant in your life, it can be hard to think of a way to combat their effect.
The average advice explains that, in order to feel better, we must exercise regularly and get enough sleep. However, only in recent years have we finally begun to acknowledge the connection between diet and mood.
Like a fancy car, your brain functions best when it's given premium fuel. Eating high-quality vitamins and antioxidants nourishes your brain and protects it from oxidative stress.
Based on some of these studies, here are a few of our top recommendations to start feeling better.
Research consistently proves our gut health influences our mental health – after all, it’s where the majority of our serotonin is produced.
70% of serotonin (the “feel good” chemical in our brain) is made in our gut. So, unhealthy gut = unhealthy mind, and vice versa.
The sun — and the resultant vitamin D — have legitimate feel-good superpowers (i.e. preventing depletion of "happy" chemicals: serotonin and dopamine).
So much so that adequate levels of vitamin D are linked to warding off depression and regulating mood.*
If you’ve ever gotten out of bed and muttered an unintended “oof,” you’re a lot like the rest of us.
Whether brought on by past injuries, age, or poor alignment, stiffness and creakiness seep into our joints far too easily.
Since you’re reading this section, you already know painful joints can have an impact on your quality of life - hindering fast-paced activity, distorting your normal movement, and putting you at risk for further injury.
We’re here to suggest a few key ingredients to get you oiled back up.
Vitamin D - also known as the sunshine vitamin - helps regulate the amount of calcium in the body, making it vital for bone health.
Vitamin D also may have anti-inflammatory effects and as a result, many people believe that it plays a role in relieving joint pain, particularly where inflammation is the cause.
Besides being a great go-to when your stomach is giving you trouble, ginger can provide relief for sore joints as well!
The same compounds that give ginger its strong flavor also have anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds function in the same way as COX-2 inhibitors - drugs used to treat pain and inflammation.
Your heart is an amazing muscle that oxygenates your entire body. It works hard day-in and day-out, keeping your mind sharp, your gut digesting, and it even remembers to warm your precious toes.
With such an important job, your heart needs to stay in shape. And your cardiovascular health is, arguably, one of the most important aspects of your well-being.
There are a number of good habits you can make to keep your heart pumping healthfully. (If you’re thinking “I know - diet and exercise,” you’ve just named the top two.) We’re here to help you with the diet part.
Let’s run through a few ingredients that may help improve your circulation and lower cholesterol.
Nitric oxide molecules work to promote healthy dilation of the veins and arteries, which in turn leads to better blood circulation.
A happy heart, with improved circulation, can lead to an abundance of benefits.
DHA supports good blood flow, or circulation, and may improve endothelial function — the ability of your blood vessels to dilate.
A review of 20 studies found that DHA may also help lower blood pressure.
Apple Cider Vinegar consumption may provide support in lowering cholesterol and reducing blood pressure.
ACV can also help lower cholesterol and triacylglycerols, which supports heart health.
You’re ready to take care of that at-times-fragile-yet-scarily-unforgiving reproductive system we ladies have the honor of strutting around.
Though amazing and wonderful in their own rights, vaginal and urinary tract health can be extremely delicate balances, requiring some extra help to maintain optimal health and fight off infections.
Whether you regularly experience yeast infections or UTI’s, you’d like to ease your PMS symptoms, or you simply want to take care of your insides, there are easy steps to take.
Cranberry Fruit Extract contains a very powerful antioxidant called a proanthocyanidin (PAC).
PAC’s can disrupt E. coli’s ability to bind with and grow in your urinary tract, thus helping to treat and lower your chances of a UTI.
Time for baby! Your family’s getting bigger and so is your need for adequate nutrition. You’re the kind of mom who does her research (or, if this is Dad who’s reading this, welcome!).
Pregnancy, though an incredible miracle, can be taxing, tiring, and confusing. You know this already and you’re doing your due diligence to sort out the healthiest ingredients for you and your little one.
Nutrition will fuel not only your body, but your baby’s, as well. So it’s important that what you put in your body is of the highest quality with nutritional benefits that actually benefit you.
Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy has been linked to an increased risk of cesarean section, preeclampsia, preterm birth, and gestational diabetes
The amino acids that make up protein are the building blocks of your body's cells – and of your baby's body as well.
A protein powder that also includes natural antioxidants, minerals, phytonutrients, and vitamins is a big plus to add to your diet. The more nutrients, the merrier!
Congratulations are in order! You’re ready to get yourself and your little one off to the right nutritional (tiny cute baby) foot.
As a nursing mom, you’re constantly assessing everything you put into your body - because you know it passes on to your little one, as well. You’re always strapped for time, but have made the non-negotiable decision to put the health of you and your baby first.
You’re looking for ways to cover gaps in your diet and ensure that you’re getting enough nutrition to fuel both your body and your milk supply.We have a formula (too easy?) to make that happen for you.
Getting adequate protein while breastfeeding is essential for maintaining a healthy milk supply, preserving muscle and healing postpartum.
Protein is also essential for the growth of new cells, so making sure you have enough for two is key.
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3 fatty acid essential for the development of the retina of the eye and the brain.
Researchers believe that optimal levels of DHA are very important during infancy when the brain is rapidly developing.
Let's be real - having a newborn in your life can lead to a very low energy inventory.
A clean, organic, whole-food energy powder could be just what you need to feel more like you.
You not only want a boost of health, you want to stay healthy.
In our overly stressed and busy world, it's becoming more and more common to fall ill due to taxed immune systems. Stress can crumble your body’s ability to protect you from pathogens, and sickness tends to beget sickness.
No matter the time of season, there are a few things you can do to build your immune system back to its former warrior status. Give your health the love it needs with immunity-boosting ingredients straight from nature.
Having a healthy gut supports an optimally functioning immune system.
The healthy bacteria found in prebiotics and probiotics help balance your gut flora, which houses 70 percent of the cells that make up your immune system.
LGG has been closely associated with healthy immune system functioning.
A myriad of studies link LGG to a reduction in risk of respiratory tract infections and illness, promotes overall gut health and reduces digestive upsets.
Herbalists and Ayurvedic practitioners have long touted ginger’s immunity-boosting properties.
Research suggests that ginger’s anti-viral properties can fend off respiratory viruses (like those super contagious ones that make the rounds during flu season).
Hey, athlete. We’d challenge you to an arm wrestle, but we’re too scared.
Your results tell us that you are seriously focused on your physical health, agility, and capability. You recognize that diet and exercise are closely linked, and you’re here to make sure you’re fueling your workouts in the most efficient way possible.
In order to do that - no matter your choice of exercise - you need nutrients. And there's more than one way to round out your nutrition to optimize your fitness level.
Adequate protein intake allows our bodies to put together the structures that make up every cell, tissue, and organ.
Protein also generates the necessary substances for cardiovascular function, muscle contraction, growth, and healing.
Hello, you beauty! Sounds like you're ready to supercharge your inner and outer glow.
When your nutrition is lacking, that deficit can show through dull skin, pigmentation, acne, accelerated aging, and puffiness - all things that rain on our gorgeous parade.
While the products you put on your skin are important, what you eat is even more crucial. The right ingredients can help fuel your glow, skin elasticity, and overall skin well-being.
Combining the power of these compounds can do wonders for your skin, hair and nails.
Together they may provide significant improvements in the appearance of fine lines/wrinkles, elasticity, and in the moisture content of the skin.
A diet rich in vitamin C may lead to fewer wrinkles.
Researchers have found that skin exposed to vitamin C for long periods of time can produce up to eight times more collagen!
Research that showcases a relationship between probiotics and skin health is growing!
These studies show probiotics can help keep your skin healthy by balancing your skin’s immune system.
Despite our best efforts to eat healthfully (and, if we’re being honest, sometimes not that healthfully...), uncomfortable symptoms like bloating and cramping are all too common these days. Trust us, you’re not alone.
Bloating can be caused by excess gas production (looking at you, intestines). But, “What goes in must come out” is an adage for a good reason. Gas is a normal output of eating. However, it becomes a problem when it refuses to leave your body.
Our guts, even as the powerhouses they are, can be delicate. The smallest disturbances can throw their rhythm out of whack and cause discomfort, which can manifest itself in endless digestive pain.
Luckily, there’s a lot you can do to feel better!
These ingredients work to help improve the bacterial environment in the gut, which can help reduce symptoms of gas and bloating.
Different enzymes have different specialties, but they all work together to help break down your food so you can absorb more of your nutrients and avoid issues like gas, bloating, and cramping.
Now you’ve got your routine, here are the products we recommend you start with. Remember, these are just recommendations! Mix and match as you desire, and if you have any questions, our Customer Wellness team would love to help.
Looking for some additional guidance and info? Our comprehensive Product Guides and delicious Recipes should help you on your merry way.
Still not sure where to start with Ora? Reach out to our friendly customer wellness team and they’ll help start you on your journey, your way.