Do you have snacks lingering in your cupboard since the holidays? Chuck ‘em! Spring cleaning your pantry can help you get rid of things that are old and items that aren’t healthy.
Post your workout schedule somewhere you will see it everyday and block time off on your calendar. Having those reminders will help you stick to your plan and your routine!
Spring is the perfect time to head to the doc and get a checkup, especially if you’re gearing up to start a new fitness regimen. It’s helpful to know where you stand so you can communicate that information to your personal trainer.
Did you know that stress can bring on out your allergies more than usual? Make sure if you’re feeling overwhelmed, you take time for you.
The great debate! Although organic foods tend to be pricier than their counterpart, organic foods produce extra antioxidants. Organic spinach, for example can give you 25% more vitamin C.
A USDA study showed that artichokes were in the top 10 of common foods we eat when they were measuring fighting antioxidants for cancer.
How many different colors are present on your plate? Bright, vibrant colors like orange, yellow and green mean you’re getting healthy options (think fruits & veggies!).
Did you know that your glutes are the largest muscle group in your body? They’re also involved in a many athletic functions. Exercises like bridges, walking lunges and plié squats can all help sculpt those muscles.
A good (and quick!) source of protein? Have some eggs! Some research has shown that by eating them for breakfast can help you to lose weight, all while helping cut your risk for cancer.
Mom wasn’t joking when she told you this growing up! Fight inflammation with fruits and vegetables. They are filled with vitamins, minerals and enzymes that help boost your energy.