This beverage is a super comforting, hygge-centric, and immune-supporting treat!
Nutrition & Mood
Got the winter blues? It's worthwhile to examine if you have one of these two pervasive nutrient deficiencies.
If your diet is lean and mean, I have three words for you: fatten it up!
The key to the perfect night’s sleep partly begins on your plate.
Adding detoxifying herbs to your daily regimen during these seasons is a simple yet effective way to support detox organs.
Here are a few mindful teachings from yoga that can be applied to our attitude around food.
One of the best ways to treat adrenal fatigue is to take advantage of adaptogens, which are herbs, roots, and other non-toxic plants that work to help protect your body from stressors.
Just as “adaptogen” is a classification of herbs, so is “nervine.” One major difference is that adaptogens are general in their action — meaning broad and non-specific — whereas nervines are specific. They have a more singular mission: to mellow you out.
Mindless eating comes from being on autopilot, bad habits, stress, distraction, and lack of time. Here’s what that often looks like — and how to correct these behaviors to eat more mindfully.
What is a woman to do with PMS? Ideally, we need to balance out our hormones. We can go about that in many ways, but a great place to start is with the basics. Are you eating the right foods, sleeping enough, managing your stress, exercising, and eliminating properly?
Here are some of the key foods that can help lift your mood and add the zest back into your life.
There are those who embrace winter and those who have to brace themselves for it. Not only does the profusion of cold and snow tend to drag spirits down, but the lack of daylight really does a number on mood, often sending it to a dark place. Be it a slight case of the blues or full-on SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), the symptoms tend to leave people feeling fairly lousy, with some combination of exhaustion (despite oversleeping), carb cravings, feeling withdrawn, moody or blue.