As you’re all well aware, I am an avid yogi. Ever since I changed my diet and adopted yoga into my everyday lifestyle, I’ve felt stronger and more energized than ever before. While I do believe that people should choose the form of exercise that is best for their unique needs, I always encourage my friends to try yoga because I believe that everyone can benefit from it.
The reason for this is due to the fact that there are so many different types of yoga! From high intensity vinyasa, to calming restorative – there is a type of yoga for virtually every personality.
Are you a chronic alarm clock snoozer who races out the door to make it to work on time? Or perhaps you prefer to take it slow and wake up early to allow yourself time to enjoy your morning cup of hot lemon water in peace. Regardless of what your a.m. routine is there’s no escaping the fact that it sets the tone for the rest of your day. So why not take a little extra care to start your morning off right?
When it comes to factors that cause malaise within the body, inflammation is a key player. From arthritis to heart disease, inflammation can be the source of a variety of illnesses. Therefore, eating an anti-inflammatory diet can work wonders towards keeping your health in check.
Here are two of my favourite anti-inflammatory foods that are simple enough to incorporate into your diet:
As the seasons change, the weather variations can be known to cause a bit of a ruckus in our bodies. Therefore, it is always this time of year that I find myself doing all that I can to stave off mild cold viruses.
Fortunately, I have a few tried and true tricks that I use to nurse myself back to optimal health when I feel an itch coming on at the back of my throat. Here are two of my favourite ones: