|By Marketwired .||
|June 17, 2014 05:05 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- Terra Wellington, Wellness and Lifestyle Contributor, shares some tips on how to kick off summer in a healthy and active way.
Summer is one of the best times to jumpstart healthy habits because there's no school time rush to get to so many places. Restore the habit of eating a good breakfast. Kids who eat breakfast have a healthier weight and have more energy so if you're looking for cereals to help propel that energy, the new Cheerios Protein can help. It's for the entire family and available now at Walmart. It has 11 grams of protein with milk, plus whole grains and vitamins, in both Oats and Honey and Cinnamon Almond flavors.
Another jumpstart habit for the whole family is taking time to properly brush your teeth. Try a cool toothbrush with tech-type features that really add the "WOW" factor. A great example is the Oral-B Deep Sweep Power Brush that cleans up to 100 percent more plaque, even between teeth, than a regular toothbrush. It's so effective you won't want to go back to your manual one.
Make outdoor physical activity part of the daily routine with fun ideas like bike riding, swimming, and playing outdoors. No matter where parents go with their kids, they can easily keep up with a healthy routine with Nature Made VitaMelts vitamins, which you can take on the go because they melt in your mouth and come in great-tasting flavors like Tropical Fruit and Strawberry Lemonade. There are 8 varieties, including VitaMelts Multi with 12 key vitamins and Hair, Skin and Nails offering biotin and Vitamin C.
During the summer months, we tend to pay more attention to our skin. A growing skin care concern right now is fighting glycation or AGE's, which are sugars that cause our skin to age. One product that forms an AGE protective barrier against environmental damage, like sun and pollutants, is from Morinda -- it's called TruAGE Skin AGE Therapy Gel. It has natural ingredients, such as noni and cornealian cherry that soothe and repair.
For more information, please visit: www.terrawellington.com
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