Sometimes eating healthy can seem overwhelming with all the information out there, but it doesn’t have to. It can be easy to start incorporating small routines to get yourself on the right track to a healthy lifestyle. As a Holistic Health Coach, I have put together some helpful tips for eating healthy.
It’s the New Year, which means it’s a time for us to make resolutions for all the new fun and exciting things that we are going to want to achieve over the next 365 days. Have you ever asked yourself what’s the one thing you would want to do if you weren’t afraid?
Most of us will set goals on Dec 31 to achieve throughout 2018, but how many of them are we not fulfilling because of fear. So many of us live our lives the same day to day. We wake up in the morning, get ready to tackle the day, come home from our busy day at work to care for our families and loved ones, finally quiet down at the end of the night to get a restful sleep, only to wake up the next morning to do it all over again. What is that one thing that fear is making you hold back on? Take a minute to sit in a quiet space, clear your mind of all the everyday distractions and ask yourself… What would I do if I wasn’t afraid?
Top Tips to help with PMS
If it’s not bad enough dealing with Endometriosis, add PMS!!! Yup the fatigue, bloating, mood swings, breakouts, etc. This is why I set out to find the Top Tips to help with PMS.
First, let’s just brush up on what PMS is exactly.
What is PMS?
PMS stands for Premenstrual Syndrome. This is defined as a group of symptoms linked to a woman’s menstrual cycle. Women can have different symptoms.
Top Foods that may help with Endo Belly
Having a healthy gut is important for our overall health. Healing your gut helps your body maintain a strong immune system. When we are dealing with Endometriosis, this is especially important. Endometriosis can cause digestive issues such as bloating, diarrhea, constipation, gas, and much more. Making sure that we are doing what we can to keep our digestive tract healthy, may help with these symptoms. Since I battle with this myself, I set out to find some of the top foods that may help with Endo Belly.
Symptoms of an Unhealthy Digestive System.
All of our body’s systems work together to help promote and maintain total body wellness and since approximately 80% of our immune system resides in our gut it is important that we heal and maintain it. So do you know the Symptoms of an Unhealthy Digestive System?
As women who suffer from Endometriosis, it is important that we keep our digestive tract healthy. Let’s dive a little deeper and look at some of the symptoms that you may experience when having an unhealthy gut.
This is my favorite time of year, the sun is shining, days are longer and everything is in full swing. It is also when I look forward to going out for a beautiful dinner on the water and kicking back. Living my healthy lifestyle doesn’t mean that I can’t enjoy a good dinner or dessert. I follow the 80/20 rule, which means that 80% of the time I follow a clean, healthy regimen but sometimes my body has cravings… this is where that 20% comes in. I don’t believe in neglecting yourself a slice of cake, a summer cocktail or your favorite meal as long as you return back to your healthy habits after. Eating out can be tricky sometimes; everything looks so yummy that we forget that it might be high in calories. I have composed a little cheat sheet to help you get through the tough choices on those fancy menus.
Ever wonder what the big deal is with Organic foods?
Some people hear the word organic and think expensive, but making healthy choices doesn’t need to break the bank. We all know that in order to eat a healthy nutritional diet we need to consume more fruits and vegetable, but some of these foods may be causing more harm then good. Imagine trying to eat healthy and learning that some of the fruits and vegetables that you are consuming are UNHEALTHY!
Tips to get Positivity back in your life when dealing with Endometriosis.
Dealing with Endometriosis not only affects us physically but emotionally as well. I know for me it is easy to get down on myself, especially during a flare-up. My mind seems to drift to negative thoughts easier on those days. I wanted to be able to offer some helpful tips to get positivity back in your life when dealing with endometriosis to others who may be going through the same thing.
Benefits of Magnesium and Women’s Health
I am sure you have heard of Magnesium but do you know the benefits of magnesium and women’s health. Magnesium performs over 300 essential functions in our bodies.
What is Magnesium?
Magnesium is a mineral that every organ in the body needs especially our kidneys, muscles, and heart. It helps in regulating muscle/nerve function, building protein, bone, and DNA. Magnesium also helps with controlling blood sugars and blood pressure. Magnesium has been shown to help with PMS, irritability, low moods, cramps, premenstrual migraines, constipation, depression, breast tenderness, sugar cravings, and bloating.
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