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They say it takes 21 days to create or eliminate a habit, so if you can take a challenge for 30 days, you’re really achieving something. Right? I definitely think so! More daily steps? More cups of water? More hours of sleep? More servings of veggies? Those are certainly things that will add up when done repeatedly.
We all just want to be a little bit healthier
That being said, it seems like over time, the general population has become more knowledgeable and aware of healthy living, wellness, fitness, nutrition and what it takes to achieve overall well-being. We all just want to feel better. We want to perform at our best. We want to be as alert and energetic as possible. And there’s nothing wrong with that. So if there are things we can do to achieve just a little bit more “healthiness,” shouldn’t we be trying them? If those things are easy to do, then yes, of course.
And no I’m not talking about strange electro-radiation therapies, medical procedures, oxygen-controlled sleep chambers or even bizarre fat-blasting rubber suits. I’m talking about simple, natural and proven over-the-counter methods.
I’ve got no problem when it comes to fitting in my workouts and eating the right foods (most of the time), but I’ve always wondered if there was a little bit more I could be doing, without eliminating any of the balance I’ve worked so hard to achieve. (Meaning, I’m not going to give up cake or wine, no matter what level of health that would get me.) Enter — supplements. And not just your average one-a-day-multivitamin (but yes, I take those too), but I’m talking about vitamins that are more specific and designed to benefit your insides.
The experts agree that we all need more omega-3s
When I was attending IDEA BlogFest and IDEA World Fitness Convention in Los Angeles over the summer, nearly every nutritionist recommended that most people need more omega-3s or “good fats” in their lives, because the body needs them to function. While the best place to get those essential omega-3 vitamins is through the foods that you eat, like wild salmon for instance, you can also take supplements to get additional omega-3s. That’s where the idea of “Fish Oil” comes into play. Fish Oil can come in a pill form, containing very beneficial EPA and DHA directly from fish.
I had heard about the importance of Fish Oil years ago and actually tried to take it, but just couldn’t do it regularly. The pills I bought tasted bad. Like really bad, which is apparently a common thing, so I gave up. However, when the folks at the brand new line of Nature’s Truth Vitamins reached out to me about joining them in a challenge to get healthier in 30 days through supplements, I knew this was the perfect chance for me to give Fish Oil another try.
And for the past 30 days, I’ve been taking Fish Oil supplements from Nature’s Truth, which have a bit of a lemon flavor that certainly helps them go down. Is my heart healthier? Well, that’s a good question. While I can’t really answer it, I can tell you that I’ve been taking my Fish Oil religiously and feeling pretty good about it. Even if it’s all mental, just knowing that I’ve got some more of those beneficial omega-3 fatty acids circulating around feels right. I only eat fish about once-a-week (if only Dave would cook me salmon every night, there would be no need for supplements!), so I know that the addition of the Fish Oil pills is something that I was probably in need of, and it’s good to have that base covered.
Take on the “Honestly Good Challenge” with Nature’s Truth
If you’re interested in joining this challenge from Nature’s Truth, you can too! That’s because the folks behind the brand are so confident in their new line of premium products, that they are offering a 30-day money-back guarantee on everything. So if you try any of Nature’s Truth vitamins for 30 days and don’t feel different, you can get a full refund. If you want to learn more about the “Honestly Good Challenge,” visit the Nature’s Truth site to sign up. You can also download a $1-off coupon for your first purchase.
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Choose your own challenge to get healthier
While you don’t have to take supplements or vitamins to get healthier, there’s probably something you can do in your own life. Maybe you can walk more each day, eat an extra serving of fresh vegetables or fit in 30 additional minutes of sleep each night? Whatever you choose to do, I hope you conquer it. You can do it, my friends!Choose one thing to focus on for the next 30 days and get healthy! #HonestlyGood #NaturesTruth Click To Tweet
**Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Nature’s Truth. I received complimentary products as well as compensation. Please know that all of the opinions and thoughts are entirely my own. Thanks for supporting my sponsors.
Question of the day
What’s something you’d like to challenge yourself to do for the next 30 days?