Working towards a wellness goal can be as difficult as abruptly stopping a Game of Thrones binging session halfway through a particularly draining scene. We’ve allbeen there – but it doesn’t need to be that way. (And yes, we’re talking GoT and reaching our wellness goals.)
There are simple tweaks we can make to ensure a healthier daily routine. Here are the easiest ways to start getting healthier today. Bonus: We include ways to incorporate Vital Proteins' collagen products into your diet as well. Because helping you look and feel your best is our priority.
Stay hydrated! Not used to it? Start simple. Kick off your day with a glass of water and end your day with a glass of water. Vital Proteins makes it a little more bearable with Collagen Water. It contains 3g of sugar or less and is made with real fruit juice.
Exercise at least 30 minutes a day. And yes, a brisk 30-minute walk counts. The beautiful spring weather is only getting nicer with each passing day, so why not take advantage of it?
Help boost your post-workout routine with our Defense Collagen Shot, which contains turmeric, black pepper, pineapple, and lime.
Eat breakfast. And if you’re in a hurry, don’t worry! Whipping up a nutritious to-go breakfast the night before is encouraged. Get inspired by looking through our Recipes tab.
Combat digital eye strain by buying new glasses that have built-in blue light blocking lenses. Warby Parker is one of our favorite brands!
Swap your favorite creamer for something better: Vital Proteins Collagen Creamer. Coffee’s new BFF is free of dairy, gluten, and added sweeteners. It also happens to contain energy-boosting MCTs from the coconut milk powder.
Love smoothies? Elevate yours with a scoop or two of our hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides. They’re flavorless, odorless, and can be easily mixed into hot and cold liquids and foods.
… and while you’re at it, enjoy our Collagen Peptides in stews and savory recipes. Our first-ever collagen product helps to promote stronger hair, skin, nails, and joints.
Practice intuitive eating and embrace food freedom.