Nutrition

Natural Solutions For Cold and Flu Season

Natural Solutions For Cold and Flu Season

Natural Solutions For Cold and Flu Season

I just got over a bad cold, and it was a doozy! When I get sick, I dive into my cupboard of Supplements, Vitamins, Teas and Essential Oils.

Today, I’m going to share a few of my tips with you. Because when you get sick, you want it gone FAST. The thing is though- you need to be prepared, and keep your immune system up, as well as have these on hand for when that bug does hit.

How To Quit Junk Food and Start New Healthy Habits

How To Quit Junk Food and Start New Healthy Habits

How To Quit Junk Food and Start New Healthy Habits

If you have been shopping in the chip or cookie aisle on a regular basis, let’s make a simple plan how to get out of that habit.

Breaking habits can be even harder than starting new habits - wouldn't you agree?  Especially when those habits are related to your health.  If you tend to gravitate toward unhealthy junk foods, it can be a struggle to change your eating habits to incorporate healthier items. 

There are a few reasons why this is so difficult to do, and even better, there are several tricks you can implement to get over that hump. 

Today we're speaking specifically to breaking the junk food habit and beginning to eat more whole foods.

How Exercise Impacts Your Energy Levels (And What To Eat For Working Out)

How Exercise Impacts Your Energy Levels (And What To Eat For Working Out)

How Exercise Impacts Your Energy Levels (And What To Eat For Working Out)

When you’re completely exhausted, the last thing you want to do is lace up your shoes for a workout. But if you’re tired of being tired all the time, you may want to rethink the idea of getting more regular workouts.

Exercise is one of the most powerful tools we have for increasing our energy levels and you don’t need to do a lot to reap the benefits.

In fact, a University of Georgia study found that performing 20 minutes of low intensity exercise could decrease fatigue by up to 65%!

A physical activity as simple as walking, yoga or a leisurely bike ride (for only 20 minutes!) can do so much more for your energy than a cup of coffee or an energy drink ever could.

So how does exercise actually increase energy?