Sugars are naturally found in fruits, vegetables, milk and grains. Artificial sugars - that are often added to foods, drinks and condiments to help with preservation - may increase the risk of heart disease. Added sugars and increased added sugar consumption is linked to the obesity epidemic in the U.S. Added sugars have also been linked to high cholesterol, high blood pressure, inflammation and diabetes.
The below infographic from the American Heart Association explains where you might find added sugars and how to avoid those added sugars.
The American Heart Association recommends daily limit of 100 calories of added sugars (6 teaspoons) for women, and about 150 calories of added sugars (8 teaspoons) for men.
Organic, cold-pressed fruit and vegetable Living Juices, by O2 Living (makers of Living Health and Wellness Hemp Extract and Hormone products), have NO added sugars. O2 Living never adds water, sugars or sweeteners to their fruit and vegetable juices. You can rest assured that when you drink an organic Living Juice, you're getting just the juice from the fruits and vegetables. We bet you'll be able to guess that by the taste, too!
Earlier this year, Project CBD, a California-based non-profit that is dedicated to conducting and publishing research on the medical uses of cannabidiol (CBD) and other components of the cannabis plant, launched the most extensive survey on CBD use globally to date. The survey sought to find information on who is using CBD, why are they using CBD, how are they using CBD, and more. Read our blog for a summary of the preliminary findings!
The benefits to yoga are seemingly endless. From increasing flexibility to reducing stress, yoga is a healthy addition to any lifestyle, and a gateway to wellness that every body can enjoy. If you’ve already discovered the benefits of yoga, you’re going to love what comes next. Check out our blog for more info on our favorite morning routine - yoga!
CBD, or hemp extract, can either be isolated or full spectrum. Full spectrum hemp extract refers to the various cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant; however, CBD isolate only contains cannabidiol. There are benefits to both, and in this blog we explore the benefits and why you may want to go with a full spectrum hemp extract for your CBD needs.