Spring has sprung which means warmer days, beautiful flowers, and greener grass. This is a great opportunity to work some movement into the day.
Hunger can be so much more than our stomachs growling. Our body can send us different signals for hunger such as: headache, irritability, nausea, loss of concentration, our throats have a gnawing feeling, light-headedness, decrease in energy, etc. These hunger cues can also be different at times, maybe at snack-time we are having a decrease in energy, and maybe for dinner we experience our stomach growling. Then there is the potential that this could flip flop the next day!
I personally love to establish goals and I find this to be a vital part of my business and my personal life. When I first started to write goals I would right down a few thoughts I had for the day or the week but many times I wasn’t able to accomplish them. This wasn’t because I wasn’t working hard enough at them, it was that I had made them too unattainable for that time period, or I had made them vague.
The holidays are a challenging time of year for anyone working on their relationship with food. Food is often the centerpiece of celebration across all cultures making its challenges impossible to ignore. If you are experiencing any stress or anxiety around your pattern of eating this holiday season, these strategies will help put you at ease.
Autumn weather is finally upon us. With this recent change in season, it’s worth considering if there should be a change in our nutrition. In recent years, we have gotten accustomed to full access to all foods any time of the year. However, there are certain benefits to eating seasonal foods, some of which we will cover in this blog. Not to mention that foods abundant in autumn are comforting, warming and nourishing.