Changes in our Lives and Sante Barley’s Nutripair Movement

As with every year that passes, we feel that aging sometimes gets the best of us and our skillsets. We are not that agile anymore, nor were our bodies as nimble as they used to be in our teens. Slowly, as we hit our 30’s wrinkles, age spots, fine lines and white hairs appear one by one. But aside from all those physical changes, comes other internal changes that we find hard to adapt to as we get older and older. Shortlisted in here are some of those things that might get harder for us as time passes us by.

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  1. Tolerance for changesMy grandmother and I weren’t always on the best of terms especially during my formative years since I believed that she was so strict and quite hell-bent on the structured way of disciplining kids during her time in the 1920’s which was the time when war was breaking out and the Japanese occupancy was on its helm. However, as I got older I realized that I would not have become the person that I am right now if it was not for her rigid ways and concerned life advises ensuring that we would not go haywire and that we would follow the straight path of finishing our degree, earning a decent living and practicing being frugal at all costs to save for a rainy day. Maybe, that’s why until now, I am quite a little stingy when it comes to my expenditures. Always trying to find the most cost effective solution or going for the cheaper alternative.
  2. Blowing through money The more older that you get the more conservative that you get with your investments. Gone were the days when we can just rely on our parents for a monthly sustenance and provision. When you start a family or in the cases of some people that I know of, they are on their own once they start making their own money.
  3. Trusting others to make the right decision for you -Wonder why older people can sometimes be difficult to sway? It’s probably because they find it hard to adapt to the new changes that technology has to offer especially when it comes to tech and all the new coding languages that are constantly evolving. It’s hard to constantly be in competition with younger peers especially since they still have that vigor and their minds are still fresh from the new developments/ learnings that the latest technologies has to offer.
  4. Your decisions haunt you As we age, we begin to look back on the decisions that we made in our lifetime. Did we choose the right life partner? Were we good parents to our children? Did we provide them a better life than the ones that was handed on to us by our parents? Did we do well in our careers or chosen fields? All these questions and more are constantly on the top of our minds as we age and hit our middle age heading to our senior years. Just like what they said, there is no wrong decision in life, it just becomes wrong if you don’t stand by it. So be firm in your decisions and ensure that you live a life worth living.

That said,  while we are still living day to day and making the most of our time while living in this pandemic. Let us ensure that we take the first step to a healthy lifestyle by making it a habit to eat healthier and integrate simple exercises throughout our day to day activities.

One of the brands that shares this philosophy is Sante Barley, a premier organic health and wellness product. Wherein they recently launched their “Santé Nutrpair Habit” movement, with this, the company aims to raise awareness and help people achieve their health and wellness goals.  

They started “The Santé Nutripair Habit” in April last year as a seven-day social media video challenge of the person taking Santé’s top two products—Sante Barley™ Powder and Capsule, and Daily-C capsule Nutripair pack. Then, they need to tag three friends who want to start living healthy while highlighting its many benefits as a habit. To date, the challenge had over 1,000+ participants. 

While it is true that vitamins and minerals cannot cure any diseases, they are still essential for a well-functioning immune system, says the World Health Organization (WHO). It also plays a vital role in promoting health and nutritional well-being. Wherever possible, its intake should come from a nutritionally balanced and diverse diet, such as fruits, vegetables, and animal source foods. 

To help you get all these nutrients, Santé Barley™ is a certified organic barley grass powdered drink. Blended with one of nature’s most potent sweeteners, Stevia, this product is best taken before meals. It also easily dissolves in water and contains A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, and E (per serving).  

The Santé NutriPair is just among the organic health and wellness products Santé offers. Known for its flagship, Santé Barley™, the company has developed a comprehensive selection of everyday barley-based products. They are made, specifically with organic barley grass, as certified by BioGro, New Zealand’s leading organic certification agency. 

Santé is one of the fastest-growing distribution and direct selling companies globally. Aside from New Zealand and the Philippines, Santé is also present in key markets, such as Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Abuja, Lagos, and Cyprus. It offers premier natural and organic health and wellness products and services designed to improve people’s quality of life so they can live more and do more. 

To learn more about Santé, visit its website at santebarley.com

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3 Comments

  1. I really agree that transitioning into a new lifestyle takes time and determination, but living a healthy lifestyle is easier when we are with people as determined as we are to make it a habit. That’s why I really like the “The Santé Nutrpair Habit” movement of Santé Barley where in they aims to raise awareness and help people achieve their health and wellness goals. This is just really interesting.

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