From chlorophyll drops to lung immunity probiotics, we feel better just reading about these products.
So we reached out to six of our most trusted wellness and fitness friends to find out what they rely on day in and day out for optimal health. Ahead, a treasure trove of products that these powerhouses use to feel—and look—as groovy as possible.
I use this in my morning smoothie. The protein powder is very clean and has a great amount of probiotics, which is good for my gut health.
This is one of my favorites—advanced collagen peptides have done wonders for my skin and joints in just a few weeks.
I use about three drops in eight ounces of water. Chlorophyll is also great for gut health, it helps the blood carry oxygen through the body, and it gives me a good energy boost in the morning.
I take two capsules of liposomal vitamin C by HMS Nutrition. It’s a good immune-system booster and helps with the absorption of iron.
This is amazing when I have my bloated days. Their blend of organic food really helps with the bloat. I drink with unflavored or flavored oat or almond milk, and it’s delicious.
I take this daily for urinary tract balance.
I use this for everything related to soreness and inflammation in my muscles. It’s a lifesaver if you are very active.
I rub this on my temples and behind my ears to release any leftover anxiety before I journal or sleep.
Founder and CEO of Glory Skincare
This is a great protein that I always add to my morning smoothies. I love making a smoothie packed with antioxidant-rich berries.
As a woman in my thirties, it’s really important to me that I’m getting all of my vitamins in. I’m always on the go, so I take this multivitamin daily.
This supplement is something that my herbalist recommended to me. I take it to help manage my hormones because I suffer from severe migraines around my cycle.
I discovered this powder when curating products for the Glory WellnessBox. It’s a blend of six essential superfoods to support skin glow, debloating, and immunity, and I cannot recommend it enough.
My mom told me to take these along with the Chinese herbs. Any hippie brand will do—eighties packaging preferred, since that usually means you’re not paying for marketing, hence better price.
The Lung Immunity Probiotic is an important part of my routine right now. It was designed and developed by my friend and health guru, Marcus Antebi (founder of Juice Press), to support lung immunity. My husband, Brion, and I believe in the product so much and are also partners in it.
This is a great daily supplement for digestive health, and the added bonus is that the whole line is environmentally friendly, which I love. I discovered Seed while researching biodegradable mushroom packaging for the launch of New York Pilates’ forthcoming line of skin care, Superficial. Seed was already using the mushroom packaging, and I loved how each product is in a reusable glass bottle with completely compostable packaging. 10/10, recommend.
Since we’re talking about hormones and periods and sustainability, I’ll throw this in here. It’s so important to try to stop using disposable products—they’re totally unnecessary in most applications! Pads are estimated to take 500–800 years to biodegrade, and plastic tampon applicators frequently are found in the ocean, so I love this reusable cup.
I started taking these after one of my best friends, Derek Klein (founder of Gitano in Tulum), had testicular cancer. He took 10 a day for immune support, but then he showed me the claims that you can see visible reductions in fine lines after a month of use. Plus, my mom also said you need the vitamin C to help with effective absorption of all the other supplements I’m taking.
This is a blend of coconut, tea tree, aloe vera, and other oils that are intended for your cooch to mellow down any itch. I also use it as a lube for the above-mentioned Moon Cup, which is perfect because it keeps any bacteria overgrowth at bay. I love a multi-tasking product.
I keep my oral supplements a little in rotation, as I was taught about vitamins when I was younger that always taking a certain vitamin may detract from the body naturally assimilating it from other sources—I don’t know if this is factually true! This is one I always go back to, along with the ones below. I definitely feel that my skin feels more glowy when I’m on it.
When I have to power through long work hours—or in days of yore when one traveled and suffered through those things called “jet lag”—this works almost too well. It’s a bit of an SOS product for me!
I’ll put this powder in smoothies or juices and it feels like a meal of everything I need. Chlorella is a type of algae that packs a big nutrient punch, as it’s a good source of several vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Emerging research shows that it could help shuttle toxins out of your body and improve cholesterol and blood sugar levels, among other health benefits.
I apply a lot of essential oils from Young Living—their power is amazing, and which one I pick depends on my mood or what I feel I need.
I use Lord Jones CBD oils for sleeping when I travel—which has been a long time.
Drinking tea is a part of my daily ritual. I love this tea because it contains a rich amount of antioxidants and it’s organically grown in Jamaica. It’s the perfect start to my day to keep me energized and refreshed. They also are sustainable and they use refillable packaging.
This soak is great for putting me in a relaxed mood. It also helps to keep my skin hydrated and healthy after I take my baths. I love that all their products are handcrafted with a blend of powerful healing salts and powders. This product is super effective at hydrating the skin because of the rosehip oil.
I love a good matcha, and this is my favorite. It’s made from stone-ground Japanese green tea leaves, which gives you higher nutrient content than the traditionally brewed tea. I also really like that they include turmeric in here, which helps with gut health and skin clarity.
Top photo: Courtesy of Kirsten Kjaer Weis
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