With Thanksgiving less than a week away, you may be starting to plan your holiday menu and getting all of your traditional family recipes ready. While Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy delicious food with friends and family, it doesn’t mean you have to completely get off track with your healthy eating habits.
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Fall is in full swing, and some areas of the country may even be experiencing their first snow of the season. This means that winter is just around the corner which is often a time when our diets change yet again. We may have gone from a lighter and more refreshing fare to a little bit of a heavier diet in the fall. In the winter months, you may find yourself eating even heartier foods like crockpot dinners, soups, and stews. The great news is that even with a little bit of a heavier diet this time of year, you can include lots of gut-boosting foods into your diet to help keep your health in tip-top shape. Enjoying these foods is also a great way to help support the immune system all winter long.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed, stressed, and constantly wondering how you are going to get everything done on your to-do list? So many of us live a life with a full plate with little to no time for self-care. Often times this happens because we are so used to saying yes to everything that comes our way. While it’s normal to want to please the ones we love around us, sometimes saying no can be the best thing for your physical and mental health. In this post, we are going to look at why saying no more can lead to a happier life and how you can get used to saying no when something no longer serves you and your life.
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