The Glomission

  • Collagen Called to Tell You, It's the Key to Weight loss!

    Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body and one of the major building blocks of bones, skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Often referred to as the body’s scaffolding, collagen binds tissues and is the glue that holds the body together. Collagen makes up about 75% of the skin and is r...
  • Long Term Bennies of Bioactive Collagen

    We talk about collagen...a lot! But that’s only because it is so important in the war on aging. For centuries, Chinese women have viewed collagen as a “Fountain of Youth,” consuming foods high in collagen, like shark fin and pig’s feet, in hopes of smoothing skin and preserving aging joints. Luck...
  • The Immune-Boosting Beauty Soup You Must Make Tonight

    I don't know about you, but there are 3 things on our radar this time of year.  1. Staying warm 2. Staying healthy 3. Staying Glo-ing! This easy soup recipe from @savoringitaly is one of our favorites. It checks all three boxes and then some! Let's breakdown some of the goodness. TURMERIC This yu...
  • Your Skin’s Amazing Nightlife

    Sleep. We know it’s important to get a good night’s sleep so we can be fresh for a new day. It’s an important time for the mind and the body to rest and recover. But it’s also a critical time for our skin! Did you know the skin never sleeps? It does however have its own circadian clock scheduling...
  • The Psychology Behind Self-Love

    When you make a list of the people you love, do you include yourself on that list? And if so, where do you rank? If it’s not at the top of the list, it may be time to reevaluate and start practicing some self-love techniques. Self-love may conjure up images of cheesy memes and self-help books but...
  • Short Winter Days Call for A Consistent Sleep Schedule

    We are in the thick of winter and while cold temperatures and long dark nights seem like the perfect conditions for sleeping, did you know that the shorter winter days can actually impact your sleep negatively?  For many of us, winter makes us want to sleep more which can lead to “oversleeping” w...
  • Melatonin – Nighttime’s Super Hormone

    Melatonin – the sleep hormone. Naturally found in the body, darkness prompts the pineal gland in the brain to produce melatonin and release it into the bloodstream. Its primary responsibility is regulating the timing of our circadian rhythm - the bodies 24-hour internal clock - to manage our natu...