Nutrition and Exercise
I like to stay healthy with exercise and eating the right foods. I believe that proper nutrition is a cornerstone of good health – especially as we start to age. You cannot outrun poor diet. Poor nutrition leaves you feeling run down and at a higher risk for illnesses.
The delicious vegetarian and pescatarian recipes I post to my blog are healthy, nutrient-dense, and low-calorie. I even use apps to track my eating habits to help ensure I am getting enough macronutrients. I’d say I eat healthier than the average American.
However, even with my careful planning, my nutrition isn’t always what I’d like to it to be. So, I take high-quality supplements. I start every morning with a high protein breakfast – like a high protein cereal with a cup of soymilk – and my supplements. In addition to my all-natural multivitamin, this week, I’ve been trying Kyani Sunrise and Kyani NitroFX twice a day.
What are Kyani Sunrise and Kyani Nitro FX?
NitroFX is a highly concentrated Noni Juice extract. It’s supposed to increase nitric oxide in the body to increase energy and performance. It stimulates blood flow so your body can better absorb the Kyani Sunrise nutrients. It’s also said to help with cognitive and (*ahem*) sexual functioning, reduce inflammation, and promote good heart health.
Kyani Sunrise is a liquid B-complex with Taurine, trace elements, and Inositol. Kyani sources Taurine from wild Alaskan salmon. It’s one of the few things that can cross the blood-brain barrier. Some studies suggest it is responsible for controlling anxiety, promoting good heart health, and helping stabilize cells.
In addition to the vitamins and trace minerals, Kyani Sunrise ingredients include the Wild Alaskan Blueberry and several superfruits including Acai, Wolfberry, Broccoli and Kale Powders and Panax Ginseng. In studies, Panax Ginseng has shown promise in male sexual health, cognition, and general well-being. In fact, the word Panax comes from the same root as “panacea” – meaning all-healing.
How to take Kyani
My routine this week: After I eat my breakfast, and enjoy my supplements (including Kyani), I perform some physical exercise like Pilates or interval training. I take care of some errands, eat a high protein snack and drink another ounce of Sunrise with 20 more drops of the Nitro FX.
How’s the taste?
The NitroFX has a slightly dry, slightly sweet taste. It’s a little fruity, but not like a fruit I’ve eaten before. I’m betting it’s exactly how noni juice tastes.
The Kyani Sunrise tastes a bit sweeter (It’s sweetened with Stevia), and tastes a bit fruitier. Neither is overpowering. I’ve even mixed it with a glass of orange juice. The flavor is good that way, as well. Usually, I just drink it straight. It doesn’t have an overpowering vitamin tastes like some liquid vitamins do.
Where can I get more information?
Read more about Kyani, the Triangle of Health, or order on their website.
This post is sponsored post, but all opinions are my own.
We enjoy hosting parties and my husband and I are both avid gamers. You can find me on PS4 as SunshineFlaGirl. We also play tabletop RPGs and eurogames.
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