Spring cleaning is an age-old ritual that has roots in Jewish, Christian, and Persian traditions. In the 1800s, spring brought about warmer weather which meant that the soot and grime from lamp, coal and wood heating used during the winter could be thoroughly cleaned out of the house. Spring cleaning is a ritual that has
5 STRATEGIES FOR HOW TO STAY HYDRATED Summertime requires a heightened focus on staying hydrated. Warmer temperatures, humidity, and spending time outside may increase water loss through sweating. Here are 5 tips to help you stay hydrated this summer. #1: LEVERAGE FOOD. As mentioned in our Hydration Blog Post, typical U.S. diets contribute about 20%
Water is a vital nutrient and has many important roles in the body. Despite the body’s precise regulation of water balance, we must still consume an adequate amount of water to prevent dehydration.
Lack of time is one of the most commonly cited reasons for not exercising. The good news is that much of what we already do counts as physical activity, such as mowing the lawn or raking leaves. Additionally, benefiting from physical activity does not require a fancy gym membership or an uninterrupted 1-2 hours per day.
There is good news and bad news when it comes to boosting your immune system. The Bad News: There is no secret ingredient or superfood that is going to give you immune-boosting superpowers. The Good News: Supporting your immune system is rather simple – eat a well-balanced diet, exercise, get adequate sleep and reduce stress.
The benefits of physical activity are extensive, and more than enough reason to start, or continue, an exercise routine. The good news is that benefitting from physical activity doesn’t require a fancy gym membership or 1-2 uninterrupted hours every day. It’s easy to feel busy and find exercise at the bottom of your to-do list, but prioritizing your physical health alongside your financial health will pay dividends later in life.