Well… It’s been a tough week…
I’ve been struggling to concentrate, and last night I was wracking my brain for something to write about. I finally decided to skip it and just hope things get back to normal soon.
Today, my alarm went off to remind me to take my probiotics, and I knew what I could write about.
I was approached by LoveBug to try their new line of probiotics, and I immediately fell in love with the bubbly, happy feel of the company! This is just the kind of energy I could use right now.
Ashely, LoveBug’s co-founder and CEO, has this to say:
“LoveBug was founded in 2014 after I was diagnosed with Celiac, Candida, and a host of other unpleasant-sounding gut issues. Probiotics transformed my health and the more I learned about the importance of gut health and it’s connection to a myriad of illnesses we are plagued with in modern society, it became my mission to develop the perfect line of probiotics for women and share them with the world. As a result of this mission, LoveBug Probiotics contain no GMOs or preservatives and are gluten free, soy free, sugar free, and lactose free. We even package our probiotics with Organic Cotton!”
Our family has had quite the week. Between visits to the hospital, the loss of a family member, and everything that follows, taking care of our own health takes a back seat. I’ve been on a bit if a roller coaster of skipping meals and eating my feelings.
I set an alarm to take my LoveBug probiotic and, since they are recommended to be taken with food, my alarm helps me think of a healthy lunch to go with them.
I learned pretty quickly not to try to swallow two at once – they’re rather large and will stick together, making the trip down pretty uncomfortable with two!
The LoveBug company totally gives me a happy feeling. The story behind it, the packaging, website, dedication to women’s health, and just the name itself gives me some warm fuzzies. If you want to check them out for yourself, head to http://LoveBugProbiotics.com and check out the newly launched line.
Do you take a probiotic?
Get Ya Some