Eco Friendly and Sustainable Supplements

A while back on Instagram stories I shared all of the supplements I take. I received a BUNCH of questions so I figured I should write a whole blog post.

Up first, this post is about what I do. It’s in no way shape or form telling you what to do. I am not a doctor or a nutritionist and highly recommend you consult your healthcare provider when figuring out what might benefit you.

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I am very good at listening to my body and knowing what it wants/needs. It’s very much in alignment with intuitive eating. I can tell when something is off in my body and what I need to do to fix it. For many of these supplements, I don’t take them every day.

Most days, I take CBD, a probiotic, collagen, and an omega 3. I eat a plant-based diet in that I eat little to no animal products. If I’ve gone through a spurt where I’ve eaten absolutely no animal products at all, then I also supplement with a B Complex vitamin.

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cbd:

I’m naturally high-strung, type A, and experience general anxiety which can make it difficult for me to focus. Taking a little bit of CBD every helps relax me and keep me focused.

I tend to add a bit of CBD to my tea every morning and take a little bit of CBD before bed to help me sleep.

Anyone else go to sleep and wake up more tired than when you went to bed? Often, my brain can’t turn off. I do meditate to try and take care of this naturally, but I find with a bit of CBD the process is much easier.

CBD is by nature pretty sustainable. The plants don’t require a ton of watering or pesticides so the best thing you can look for is that the brands have been certified by a third-party. Here are the brands that I personally use.

  • juna - committed to sourcing from permaculture farms that are focused on regenerating the soil

  • SunSoil - certified USDA Organic and everything is made in house which reduces emissions

  • Shae - this is the only topical application, and it comes in a plastic-free tin that’s perfect for upcycling

RELATED: Everything You Need to Know About CBD

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probiotics:

Taking probiotics and omegas regularly has completely revolutionized my skin. Many of you know that I’ve struggled with skin issues for a LONNNGGGG time. It’s one of the main reasons I gave up coffee.

RELATED: How I Quit Coffee

I’ve been eating a whole-foods plant-forward diet that always incorporated fermented foods. I thought I didn’t need a probiotic, but since I’ve started taking them, I’ve seen a HUGE difference.

Honestly, my skin is more clear than it’s been in a long time. Here are the probiotics that I rotate between.

  • Seed - the first time you order, you receive a glass jar, which is shipped in a compostable mushroom tray. After that, the refills are sent in a compostable pouch which is pretty cool! You can get 15% off your order with the code ‘ZEROWASTE’

  • Arkadiance - comes in a glass jar, but my favorite aspect about this pill is that it protects Urinary Tract Health with Cranberry and D-Mannose, which have been clinically proven to assist with UTIs.

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collagen:

I also started taking collagen for my skin. Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body. It makes up 90% of connective tissue, bone mass, and 70% of our skin, but our body's natural collagen production declines as we age.

The company I trust most for collagen is Further Food. They go to great lengths to make sure their collagen is sourced sustainably. I prefer to use the Premium Marine Collagen Peptides. The collagen is strictly a byproduct of the fishing industry. No fish are caught specifically for collagen. Further Food only uses the fish skin (very rich in collagen) which often goes to waste.

RELATED: Everything You Need to Know About Collagen

To be honest, I struggle to find a lot of these supplements without plastic packaging. I was pretty happy to learn that Further Food, while still packaged in plastic, uses 100% post-consumer recycled plastic #2 which is actually my favorite of all the plastics.

Using recycled plastic reduces the carbon footprint by 78%, drastically improves the carbon footprint for travel due to it being lighter than glass, it consumes 90% less energy, and it’s a pure plastic (not a mix!) so it can be recycled again and again.

You can get 15% off your Further Food purchase with the code GOINGZEROWASTE.

There’s no such thing as vegan collagen, but the vegan collagen supplements on the market are meant to boost and preserve natural collagen.

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omega 3s:

Omega 3s are very important for brain health, heart health, decrease inflammation, and more. I’ve struggled with inflammation since I was a kid so my doctor recommended that I either incorporate salmon into my diet or start taking a supplement.

There are three different types of omega ALA, DHA, and EPA. ALA is pretty easy to come by as it’s in things like walnuts, flax, avocados, etc. While ALA can be converted into DHA and EPA in the body, it doesn’t happen very often.

“Ten key papers published over the last 10 years were identified with seven intervention studies reporting that ALA from nut and seed oils was not converted to DHA at all. Three studies showed that ingestion of micro-algae oil led to significant increases in blood erythrocyte and plasma DHA.

“Further work is now needed to identify optimal doses of alternative vegetarian LC3PUFAs and how these can be integrated within daily diets. The potential role of algal oils appears to be particularly promising and an area in which further research is warranted.” (source)

From what I’ve seen, I think the research is favorable for a vegan omega supplement with algae. I’ve tried both fish oil and algae for DHA and EPA. I personally, haven’t noticed a big difference between the two. I have both bottles, and I’m not sure which one I’ll go with after I run out of them.

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b complex:

If you’re a vegan, you need to be taking b12! If you’re a vegetarian, you als might need to be taking b12. A lot of my hormonal problems could have been fixed simply by taking a b complex vitamin in college.

Here’s a quote from one of the leading doctors in the space Dr. Jolene Brighten, “B vitamins are absolutely essential for building amazing hormones and liver detoxification, which aids with elimination of estrogen. Estrogen dominance is a common culprit behind PMS symptoms, period problems, and many of the hormonal issues we deal with as women. B6 is most notable for helping with our hormones & I typically use 50 mg as a starting place.⁠

”B vitamins also power those adrenals to give you the energy & resiliency you need. B5 fuels your adrenals so you have more energy and can indirectly help progesterone production.”

RELATED: 10 Ways to Take Care of Yourself During Your Period

If you are a woman and you’re vegan, please take your B12.

Funny enough, I bought B12 to take for energy in college, but I only took it when I was really, really tired and I had a show to do. When you’re performing, you need energy! Energy is the difference between a good show and bad show. Performing takes a lot out of you.

I did that without knowing that my body was actually severely lacking in B12, I just wish that I had been taking it regularly.

This is the b complex that I currently take.

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adaptogens:

Adaptogens AKA adaptogenic herbs aren’t a new fancy thing. They’ve been used for centuries in both Chinese and Ayurvedic healing traditions in the forms of supplements, tinctures, and teas.

These herbs help the body resist or adapt to stressors whether they’re physical, chemical, or biological. Adaptogens work with the endocrine system to tweak hormone production and the physiological responses to stress.

There are several adaptogens I use regularly:

  • Ashwaganda is best known for helping to reduce stress and anxiety. (source)

  • Maca gives a natural energy boost and helps to regulate estrogen. Which is great if you produce too much estrogen naturally - like ME. (source)

  • Reishi helps boost your immune system (source)

  • Cordyceps keeps blood sugar levels in check and helps to fight inflammation. (source)

  • Chaga is rich in essential vitamins and minerals like the b12 complex, zinc, iron, magnesium, and calcium (source)

I can really feel the energy boost from maca and recommend only taking a small amount in the beginning like a 1/4 of a teaspoon to see how it affects you.

I bought most of these adaptogens in plastic tubs, but was able to find a few at a special herb shop in bulk! I only use a teeny-tiny bit of each so thankfully they last a super long time.

I tend to opt for the Further Food blends that already have the adaptogens mixed in, but have also heard great things about SunPotion.

Do you take any supplements?

 
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Tips for Dealing with Eco-Anxiety

Eco-anxiety is nothing new, but the term has recently been coined to explain the anxiety, grief, and despair that’s often felt about the state of the environment/climate change or climate breakdown.

There’s a growing, new vocabulary for how we address the climate as climate change feels passive and adaptable whereas breakdown or emergency sound more alarming and in need of action. Here’s an article The Guardian wrote about it.

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A lot of this is stemming from recent protests like Extinction Rebellion and the School Strike for Climate being led by Greta Thunberg. You might remember a speech Thunberg made to parliament saying, “I want you to panic.”

I think “panicking” in the context of talking to world leaders who are a refusing and/or dragging their feet on climate change policies is apt.

However, you, yourself, I do NOT want you to panic. You can feel a since of urgency without panicking. I repeat, you can feel a since of urgency WITHOUT panicking.

When your body starts panicking your brain is working in over drive, your "fight-or-flight" response is triggered, adrenaline is released into the bloodstream, your heart rate shoots up, and you can experience shortness of breath, sweating, dizziness etc.

Now, do you think in that state of panic you can make rational decisions? Effectively create change? Or just generally function at that level of intensity?

No, probably not. In fact, the only person you’re hurting by panicking is yourself, and not only is it bad for both your physical and mental health it can hold you back from creating change.

Eco-anxiety can of course, hit at anytime, but it’s triggered by the news. Bad news. You know the news I’m talking about.

Headlines like:

Unless you’re a monster, how can you not be affected by those headlines? What are you feeling right now? Sad? Scared? Worried? Upset? Because, how can world leaders read things like this and NOT want to act?

It’s infuriating right? Like HELLO. Humans need the earth to survive. Our species depends on these resources too!

1. acceptance:

This might be the hardest step in fighting climate change. There’s something about humans especially impassioned ones that are so against duality. But, if you’re going to keep eco-anxiety at bay you HAVE to learn to live with both the positive and negative emotions and realize that not everything is simple cut-and-dry.

You can make peace with something without condoning. You can also accept an outcome while fighting tooth and nail against it.

Practicing acceptance does NOT mean that I’m going to sit back and watch it happen. There’s a difference and I hope that you can understand the distinction.

But, there’s something about accepting “the very worse thing” that might happen that’s absolutely freeing. It’s like being afraid of it in its abstract is almost more scary than just accepting the fact that you don’t know what’s going to happen.

Tons of irrational ideas float through my head all the time like:

  • I will lose everything and be homeless.

  • The stock market will crash and we'll be living like Fallout

  • An Earthquake will hit, my house will collapse and it will kill my family

The list goes on and on, but when I get these thoughts I just accept them and it really helps break my spiral. I just say, if that happens I accept it. And, it's almost like flipping a magic switch in my brain.

This is just like the serenity prayer that is often recited, “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. The courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.”

ACTION ITEM: When you start to feel very overwhelmed by impending climate doom practice acceptance without complacency.

If the serenity prayer helps you, say that. If not, think of another similar mantra you can write and meditate on that involves both acceptance and action.

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2. get a new view:

In the same way that you needed to accept that bad things might happen, you also need to accept that good things might happen. But, that’s much more difficult to do because we have the dystopian future in spades.

Everywhere you turn, there’s post-apocalyptic media from books, TV, movies. In fact, if you think about the future, you probably see something dusty, dry, and kinda steampunky, right?

We’ve got that vision on lock. You know what we don’t have? We don’t have a vision of the future that’s just awesome!

I mean, what if we switched to a completely renewable energy grid? What if every roof and building were green spaces? What if these green space grew organic food that could supply the community? What if we started working with nature rather than against her?

We have to get a beautiful, clear picture of what we’re fighting for. If we’re just fighting for our lives that’s not very interesting. Paint a picture, a beautiful picture of a life that people want.

When people hear survival, they think surviving like barely surviving living in a cave and no one wants to fight for that. You know what they want to hear, they want to hear about thriving show them utopia. Show them how their life will drastically improve.

This is also a key principle for talking to people about saving the planet who don’t care about the planet. Let me know if a blog post on this interests you.

When you have this very clear big picture of how amazing things could be it becomes so much easier to talk to people. It also becomes so much easier to take action because you have a clear vision of what you’re fighting for.

ACTION ITEM: Take a few moments to journal or just day dream about how wonderful the future could be. Describe in detail how awesome the future could look. How does it look?

How do we live in harmony? How has general consciousness changed? When you get struck with a wave of fear, re-read this entry or go back to that place in your mind palace to remind yourself of what you’re fighting for.

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3. find a support system:

When you’re feeling overwhelmed, it’s also easy to feel isolated, and one of the best ways to combat this loneliness is to find a group of like minded people.

Check out this post if you’re looking for tips on finding a local like minded eco-friendly community.

When we’re triggered everything feels very Us VS Them. It makes us turn on our closest friends and family - you know the ones that we don’t don’t consider to be on our “eco level” and wonder, “If they’re not on board, how is anything ever going to improve!?”

This can bring out a lot of negative traits like bitterness and being judgmental which can cause you to lash out at friends, family and unsuspecting strangers.

RELATED: How to Deal with Judgmental Friends and Family

ACTION ITEM: Remember that you’re not alone. There are TONS of people, groups, and organizations that are all working towards change.

Plug in and connect with a friend who cares about the environment. If you don’t feel like you have anyone who understands be sure to check out my blog post on finding a local community and consider joining my private facebook group and make a new friend!

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4. get to work:

After you’ve decompressed from the initial feelings of overwhelm, it’s time to get to work. The only way to truly work through these feelings is to make changes! This doesn’t mean that you need to make every change overnight and it certainly doesn’t mean that you take on the sole responsibility for the fate of the world.

Anxiety can also stem from feeling like you HAVE to be perfect and that you can NEVER make a mistake because if you do then the world will collapse and it will be all your fault.

That over course, is not true. Yes, it sounds like gross hyperbole when typed out, but somehow when you’re spiraling your thoughts go there.

We need individuals making changes, but we also need businesses and policy too. My recommendation is to start making simple changes around your home. Once you feel like you have a grasp on that, it’s time to get your community involved.

Then once you have your local community involved then pursue things, as a group, in policy and contacting businesses - there’s power in numbers!

I have blog posts to help you with all of those things, but this one The Ultimate Step-by-Step Guide might be particularly helpful if you want to get a road map of what it looks like as you go from just starting to accomplished activist.

ACTION ITEM: Start making changes in your own life and in your community.

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5. seek out the positive:

And, lastly make sure that you’re seeking out the positive. One of the things I do to maintain positivity is intentionally seek out positive news. I make sure that I’m following accounts on social media that have a positive and uplifting take on what’s happening.

When all you hear is bad news because let’s be honest, it’s SO much easier to find the negative than it is the positive, it’s pretty demotivating. When you hear the good news, you just feel empowered. It makes you feel like what you’re doing is making a difference.

And, just so that we’re clear - what you’re doing is ABSOLUTELY making difference! Here are a few places that are great for finding good news.

ACTION ITEM: Follow a few accounts that inspire you with good news! I’ve rounded up a few that I like to follow if you need some inspiration.

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How to Incorporate Adaptogens in Your Morning Lattes

If you’ve seen my Instagram stories then you’ve definitely seen me pour a matcha latte once, twice, or a dozen times. When I make my matcha lattes, I always include dashes, pinches, and scoops of different powders like Hecate called Adaptogens to which I get a bunch of DMs saying - adapta-what?

So, I figured it’s time to write a blog post! The best piece of blogging advice I’ve ever received is, “If you have to answer a question more than once, you need to write a post about it.”

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Here we are, and I am so excited to have Further Food on board. Further Food has sponsored this post all thoughts and opinions are my own. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.

I've been using Further Food for several months - you've probably seen me tag them on my IG stories! They were kind enough to offer a discount code! GOINGZEROWASTE for 15% off.

I’ve been taking adaptogens and collagen for a little over a year now. Since I work and blog full time, I’m always looking for easy ways to infuse and adjust my current routines to take full advantage of them like getting a set of pedals under my desk (writing while cycling!) or elevating my current tea routine.

This, of course, saves me a TON of time, and also makes changes easier to implement since they’re piggybacking off of existing habits.

personal health:

As many of you know, I started going zero waste due to health reasons. My hormones were completely out of whack so I started trying to avoid endocrine disruptors like plastic, conventional beauty, and cleaning products.

It took several years for me to feel like I had a handle on balancing my hormones, and feel like I am always learning new things. I really try to listen to my body and support it - journaling has been huge for me in identifying problems and patterns!

At the end of 2017, my inflammation got really out of hand. I’ve been very sensitive to inflammation even as a kid and arthritis is a major problem in my family. Throw in my skin troubles, and I think we’ve pretty much hit the personal health highlights.

I slowly started introducing some supplements and then started eliminating certain foods from my diet to pinpoint triggers.

Caffeine was a major trigger which led me to cutting out coffee and then eventually all caffeine. I have slowly introduced some caffeine back into my diet, but I only do caffeine in the form of tea.

RELATED: How I Quit Coffee

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I introduced collagen, b12 complex, omega-3s, CBD-oil, and use turmeric in everything I cook.

I have to say my homemade golden milk icing I used to decorate Christmas cookies is still one of my favorites!

I still struggle to find a lot of these supplements without plastic packaging and was so happy to hear that Further Food, while still packaged in plastic, uses 100% post-consumer recycled plastic #2 which is actually my favorite of all the plastics.

Yes, I do have a list ranking all of the plastics #HotOrNot, I talked about it in this post.

I like Plastic #2 because it’s considered the safest and has a great domestic recycling market which means it will actually be recycled as long as it’s clean!

Using the recycled plastic reduces the carbon footprint by 78%, drastically improves the carbon footprint for travel due to it being lighter than glass, it consumes 90% less energy, and it’s a pure plastic (not a mix!) so it can be recycled again and again.

Further Food is a woman-owned and operated company right here in San Francisco, and a portion of each sale goes to chronic illness and healthy eating programs. You know how much I love companies that give back.

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about adaptogens:

Adaptogens AKA adaptogenic herbs aren’t a new fancy thing. They’ve been used for centuries in both Chinese and Ayurvedic healing traditions in the forms of supplements, tinctures, and teas.

These herbs help the body resist or adapt to stressors whether they’re physical, chemical, or biological. Adaptogens work with the endocrine system to tweak hormone production and the physiological responses to stress.

There are several adaptogens I use regularly:

  • Ashwaganda is best known for helping to reduce stress and anxiety. (source)

  • Maca gives a natural energy boost and helps to regulate estrogen. Which is great if you produce too much estrogen naturally - like ME. (source)

  • Reishi helps boost your immune system (source)

  • Cordyceps keeps blood sugar levels in check and helps to fight inflammation. (source)

  • Chaga is rich in essential vitamins and minerals like the b12 complex, zinc, iron, magnesium, and calcium (source)

I can really feel the energy boost from maca and recommend only taking a small amount in the beginning like a 1/4 of a teaspoon to see how it affects you.

I bought most of these adaptogens in plastic tubs, but was able to find a few at a special herb shop in bulk! I only use a teeny-tiny bit of each so thankfully they last a super long time.

I mix my adaptogens along with collagen and CBD into my morning tea lattes, but one of my favorite products Further Food offers is their pre-made Mindful Matcha and Turmeric Tonic mixes both of which are vegan! They come in big tubs (they are transitioning their entire line to recycled plastic so some are made from recycled plastic and some aren’t yet) and they already have the adaptogens mixed in.

This is honestly my favorite way to make an iced latte because I don’t need to dirty up my blender. I just put a scoop in a mason jar and add water, ice, nut milk and shake it really good. Voila, no extra dishes plus I'm saving a bunch of water. ;)

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about collagen:

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body. It makes up 90% of connective tissue, bone mass, and 70% of our skin, but our body's natural collagen production declines as we age

Most people that adhere to a typical western diet aren’t getting enough collagen through their meals. Collagen is not vegan, and most of the vegan collagens on the market are collagen boosters rather than collagen itself.

Further Food goes to great lengths to make sure the collagen is sourced sustainably. I prefer to use the Premium Marine Collagen Peptides because fish has a lower carbon footprint compared to beef.

The collagen is strictly a byproduct of the fishing industry. No fish are caught specifically for collagen. Further Food only uses the fish skin (very rich in collagen) which often goes to waste.

On top of that, they still see to it that the fish skins only come from sustainable sources with ethical fishing practices and make sure that the entire fish has been used.

Collagen is special because it contains glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline three amino acids that you won't find (in any meaningful amount) in any other foods. These amino acids help with muscle growth and joint and skin health.

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But, there are a NUMBER of reasons you might want to consider taking collagen:

  • Improves gut health
  • Reduces joint stiffness
  • Repairs muscle and prevents injury
  • Reduces wrinkles and increases skin elasticity
  • Thicker hair and stronger nails
  • Stabilizes blood sugar
  • Improves thyroid health
  • Prevents and can reverse arthritis

I personally, take collagen to help with my my skin, to improve my gut and joint health. I can definitely see a difference in my face, nails, and hair after consistently taking collagen.

I got a manicure this January, just a polish, and got a bunch of dms asking why I chose to get acrylic nails… I didn’t… I just painted them. That’s how good this stuff is, people thought my real nails were acrylics because they’re so strong.

Collagen doesn’t work overnight though, you need about six consistent months of taking it.

You can learn more about the benefits of collagen

You can brew any tea that you like, but if I’m not doing a matcha latte then I like to do a black tea.

my morning tea latte recipe:

Ingredients:

    1. 12 oz cup of Black Tea
    1. 8 oz of nut milk (I like coconut or cashew)
    1. 1 scoop of Further Food Marine Collagen Peptides
    1. 1 teaspoon of Ashwaganda
    1. 1/2 teaspoon of reishi
    1. 1/4 teaspoon of Maca
    1. 1 dropper of CBD
    1. Dash of cinnamon

Instructions:

  1. Put the first seven ingredients in a 32 oz wide mouth mason jar.
  2. Use a blender wand on it’s lowest setting (in the mason jar) and blend for 30 seconds to a minute, everything will get nice and frothy!
  3. Pour into a 27 oz thermos
  4. Complete with a dash of cinnamon on top!

Making tea is one of my favorite aspects of my morning routine. I use the time to slowly process the upcoming day and check in with my body.

Do you have a morning routine you like to follow?

A huge shout out and thank you to Further Food for sponsoring this post, if you’re interested in trying any of their products you can get 15% off with the code GOINGZEROWASTE!

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