Jen Hazelwood

Jen or JLo as we call her is what perfection looks like in a blogger. She is authentic and has a heart to serve others. She is also an excel wizard.

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When is best to take Calotren®?

By Jen Hazelwood on January 05, 2022

Yes, you take Calotren® at bedtime and then go right to sleep. 

Calotren® is recommended to take at bedtime for the most efficient results.  The chart below explains why. 

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The Healing Effects of Collagen (How Calotren® has Side Benefits)

By Jen Hazelwood on November 01, 2021

Not only does Calotren® help you to lose pounds and inches, but it also helps your body to heal.

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How Does Sleep Affect the Scale?

By Jen Hazelwood on December 03, 2020

When we think of weight gain and weight loss we automatically think about the foods we eat and needing to exercise, but something that way too often gets overlooked and directly effects your weight is SLEEP!

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Your Body Called, It Wants Its Collagen Back...

By Jen Hazelwood on February 23, 2018

Let's talk about collagen and how it functions in your body! 

Did you know that collagen is the most abundant protein in your body? It is in your muscles, bones, tendons, skin, blood vessels, and digestive system. It is often referred to as the glue of the body. Sounds like a very important thing to have, doesn't it? Unfortunately, we begin to lose collagen the older we get which ends up causing a slower metabolism, weight gain, lower energy levels, digestive problems, and joint pain. In the graph below, you can see just how fast collagen depletes in our body once we pass our twenties. 

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6 Tips To Avoid Halloween Weight Gain

By Jen Hazelwood on November 04, 2017

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Don't Let Thyroid Disease Keep Your Weight Up!

By Jen Hazelwood on October 21, 2017

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4 Ways to Overcome Joint Pain This Fall

By Jen Hazelwood on September 15, 2017

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Top Tips To Control Your Weight

By Jen Hazelwood on June 24, 2014

While losing weight and "looking great" is the goal of many people, as we get older our reasons for weight loss may change dramatically. Studies show that over 60% of Americans are overweight and more than 30% are actually considered obese. The impact to our health is frightening. The risks of heart disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, certain cancers, back and knee pain are just a few of the health issues directly linked to our weight. These medical conditions not only affect our energy levels and overall sense of wellness, they can actually take years off our lives.

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