For so many of us, our relationship with food is psychological. On a basic level, the goal of eating should be to nourish our bodies for survival and ideally, to thrive. Yet how many of us knowingly consume things that are bad for us? Why?
Annually auditing all the relationships you are in can be a mindful and cleansing way to contribute to a happier, more fulfilling life.
We are not only responsible for our food choices we make from a health perspective, but also from an environmental one.
It’s so easy to get caught up in the “should do’s” and the “have to’s”. Move more to the “want to” end of the spectrum.
When so many elements of life are adding to your stress levels, don’t let food be one.
Big highs and lows in blood sugar will cause insulin spikes and impact your cortisol levels. By eating smart at breakfast you can break this sugar roller coaster.
If you are feeling stuck, procrastinating, feeling emotional or using the "I should do", "I ought to" a lot, this could be a sign that what you are doing or trying to do is in conflict with your values.
If I were to ask you want you wanted to achieve this year, what would you say?
Adaptogens are natural substances that work with your body and help them adapt; most notably, to stress. All of of these little guys fight inflammation and generally have a knack for bringing some zen to your adrenal, thyroid, and sex hormones. Read on for the ones we recommend.
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