Wellness

You Can Now Take Your Vitamins In Liquid Form

October 8, 2018

We all know how important it is to get the proper vitamins and minerals in each day. Doing this can help with your skin, energy levels, digestion, and just about everything else. But what if you don’t always have the best diet? I mean, pumpkin spice lattes aren’t exactly healthy..

That’s where vitamins come in. Sure, it’s easy to pop a few pills and call it a day, but did you know pills/capsules can contain unnecessary fillers that may not be good for you? Liquid products don’t have an outer casing like a pill does so the unnecessary fillers can be avoided. In addition, they taste great too!

We’ve partnered up with SBR Nutrition to teach you about the best liquid vitamins on the market. Below are our top 3, and how we love to use them.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is one of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing, and it’s amazing for anxiety. Regular use has been shown to help with stress, immune support, increase in memory, cognition, muscle strength, energy, endurance, and more. I like to put a dropper full into my coffee in the morning (you could also add to a smoothie or any latte) – you can’t even taste it.

See here for more tips on reducing anxiety.

Vitamin B-12

Especially if you are vegan or vegetarian, you know that lots of people are deficient in vitamin B-12. This stuff is amazing at boosting energy levels – I’ve been taking it each morning and I hardly get that 2 p.m. slump in the afternoon! Plus, according to SBR’s website:

“Traditional B-12 supplements give you cyanocobalamin, a form that the body must convert into methylcobalamin to harness its neuro-nourishing potential. Our Methylcobalamin completes this conversion for you, so your body gets more active B-12 faster, for the health of your entire nervous system.”

Biotin

You probably know by now that biotin can transform your hair, skin and nails. So why not use a dropper to add it into… everything? Usually, I drop it directly into my mouth, but if you’d rather not you can mix it into smoothies, teas, or anything else you’d like.

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