This post is sponsored by ChromaDex, but all opinions remain my own.
You see, I traveled to Italy—with my 13-year-old twins! Talk about being thrown off! Jet lag is the worst! Usually when I travel, I eat at totally weird times and my sleep is completely off.
But with my trip to Italy, I managed to eat on a pretty normal schedule. And, eating at the same time regularly seems to help me adjust to the new time zone. I don’t know if it’s the Tru Niagen boosting that super-important NAD molecule (because it does help turn food into energy), but I know NAD plays a role in helping to regulate circadian rhythm. Normally, my time in Italy would totally throw me off, but I felt pretty active during the day!
I also moved into a new home, got my kids ready for 8th grade, and finally, the big one is our family dynamic is changing a bit with separate homes. So, during this crazy past month-and-a-half I’ve been religiously taking Tru Niagen—two pills each morning. And while I can’t exactly put my finger on it, I am not curled up in a ball in the corner. I still have the energy I need to get stuff done. So, I am thinking that’s good, right?
My sleep seems to be fairly consistent, which is saying a lot for me! It’s been a bit tough to get my normal exercise program in these past few weeks with all these changes, so I am looking forward to kick-starting my program next week. I know Tru Niagen will be important for powering my muscles and supporting recovery after workouts.