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2020 has been a dozy, and we’re even done with it! Like many moms, I’ve dealt with so many ups (hooray for playwriting) and downs (hey, homeschooling, juggling kids, COVID-19 and on and on) that have added many new layers of stress and uncertainty to life, in general.
While things are literally crazy all day long, I have been prioritizing my health – both physically and mentally – which has helped to make these days a bit more bearable, you know in that balanced/unbalanced sort of way. Some of the keys to this have been adapting a consistent routine focused on exercise, eating as healthy as possible, getting sufficient rest, detoxing from tech, and incorporating a Daily Synbiotic from seed for digestive, heart, skin, and immune benefits into my routine.
Prior to using Seed’s Daily Synbiotic I knew very little about prebiotics and probiotics. I thought probotics was something connected to gut health that was found in kombucha or yogurt but after participating in Seed’s online learning program called Seed University, I learned about the importance of both probiotic and prebiotics and how their Daily Synbiotic can assist with digestive health, skin health, heart health, gut immune function, micronutrient synthesis and gut immune function.
And this was truly eye-opening as I learned that probiotics go way beyond gut health. Since our bodies are part of a complex and interconnected system, probiotics can actually have powerful effects throughout the entire body interacting with your immune cells, gut cells, dietary nutrients, and existing bacteria to deliver powerful benefits.
A two-part powerhouse supplement, Seed’s Daily Synbiotic is made of an prebiotic outer layer that are biotransformed by gut microbes into powerful metabolites for human health. And the inner part is the probiotic capsule that is made of 24 strains characterized at academic institutions and Biofermented in Europe, which also happens to be free of 14 allergens.
And the benefits of their Daily Synbiotic are quite extensive. I’ve been taking this supplement for around a month-and-a-half and I’ve noticed an increase in energy, clearer skin, and less bloating. Seed notes that long-term benefits happen overtime and the key is to take them consistently so the microbes can do their work to improve your overall health.
And the seed system is super easy, I take two per day (on an empty stomach) for gastrointestinal system benefits, which then benefits my entire body. It is easy on the stomach and is also vegan, gluten-free, preservative-free and dairy-free as well as free from meat, dairy, corn, soy and binders
As we all embrace a new normal, it’s been nice to have a constant and consistent way to take care of my health with seed. This monthly system is easy-to-use as it provides a host of benefits that your body will feel from within.
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