With spring officially underway, you may be wearing a bit less these days. The beautiful spring blooms, warm weather, and outdoor activities are just a few added bonuses of the season.
Springing forward for daylight savings time may have felt rough the few days following, but once you’ve recovered from a night or two of sleep deprivation, the advantages of spring are far-reaching, especially the surprising health benefits that come along with this time of year.
Spring cleaning is a time-honored tradition for a reason-the fresh air and green outdoors often gives us the motivation to beautify the inside of our house as well.
If the sun has begun peeking through your windows, revealing the many unwanted dust bunnies that have made themselves welcome in every corner of your home during the winter season, then a good deep cleaning maybe weighing on your mind.
While there is no harm indulging in a few Easter treats, weighing baskets down with chocolates and other sweet treats can be the gateway to additional mindless snacking on candy for weeks after. Not to mention the inevitable dentist bills and increased blood-sugar levels that are soon to follow.
Does that mean the only option to more health-conscious Easter baskets is no candy period? Of course not, but like anything in life, a little balance goes a long way.
Today more than ever we are bombarded with conflicting opinions about the latest fad diets and what experts feel we should or shouldn’t put into our bodies. If looking to make a change in your diet, but feeling overwhelmed by the contradiction surrounding nutrition and diet information, you are not alone.
It seems that for every expert who tells you certain foods and supplements are good for you, you’ll find another arguing the exact opposite.
As parents we should hold ourselves accountable to help our kids lead a healthy and fit lifestyle. If you have yet to do so, it’s time to step up and take charge of your child’s health to help prevent even more serious health issues in their later years.