Healthy Hollywood: Wellness Wednesday – Get Happy Naturally!
First Published: July 25, 2012 11:21 AM EDT Credit: Getty Images
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Healthy Hollywood has met Drew Barrymore a few times and always walk away thinking how positive she is!
She’s one actress who always seems to be happy and has a great big smile on her face. Nice to encounter in the sometimes divaesque world of Hollywood.
While, Drew might be one of those lucky folks who naturally has an upbeat disposition, that’s certainly not the case for most of us –including Healthy Hollywood. Mood swings and grumpy days are unfortunately part of my life. Yoga, meditation, and eating right are all things I try to do to avoid the blues.
Recently, Healthy Hollywood stumbled upon a natural supplement called Lumiday that promises to improve your mood and enhance your positivity. Hmm! Sounds too good to be true!
But, then again natural extracts have to be better than running to the pharmacy to pick up the latest synthetic feel-good remedy. (Unless you’ve been diagnosed with a mood disorder; then please heed to your doctor’s advice).
“Lumiday effectively combines all of the most sought after natural mood-enhancement extracts into a single daily routine (2 capsules) that includes a very healthy Beauty/Wellness blend of B complex vitamins for good measure,” reveal the experts behind Lumiday.
The natural anti-depressant St. John’s Wort is part of Lumiday’s feel-good formula, along with mood-enhancing substances such as 5-HTP, L-Theanine, Ashwagandha root and Rhodiola Rosea. “A product such as Lumiday will take time to reach the full effect but should eventually return the user to a more balanced, less anxious feeling of well-being. However, if depressed symptoms continue, it is advised that the consumer consult with a health care provider, as the problem may need professional treatment,” is the advice of the Consumer Health Digest.
For more on Lumiday, check out www.lumiday.com.
-- Terri MacLeod
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