Preparing for Cold & Flu Season — How to Start Boosting Your Immune System Now to Get Ahead of the Curve
This year, experts have warned us to be ready for cold and flu season amid the coronavirus concerns. Ideally, the best thing you can do is boost your immune system to minimize or even prevent your chances of getting sick with any illnesses floating around. The sooner you start boosting it, the more prepared it will be to take on intruders and keep you healthy.
When you’re trying to be intentional about living a healthy life, you might think fast food is entirely off the table — but it doesn’t have to be. Even registered dieticians and nutritionists zip through the drive-thru lane or order fast-casual eats sometimes. The difference is in what they order, though.
If you love sweet potatoes, I have some good news — sweet potatoes love you back with their robust nutrition profile. They’ve got everything you need to round out a healthy meal, including fiber and loads of vitamins and minerals.
Winter is just around the corner, but before the frigidness sets in, let’s enjoy the crispness of autumn. Make something warm to cozy up with when the wind whips around the corner, sending a cascade of colorful autumn leaves swirling around.
Unless you were a germophobe before the pandemic, you probably didn’t think of your way of life as unhygienic. Soap flew off the shelves, and we started asking ourselves, hmmm… why wasn’t soap as popular before?
While much has changed since the beginning of the outbreak, experts have still continuously touted many healthy habits that we all should have been doing long before. And some health practitioners have spoke on immune boosting. But the more we know, the better we become. I hope this cold and flu season is the healthiest we’ve seen in a while, with everyone’s newfound propensity for handwashing and hopefully immune boosting!
Some people think fall is all about pumpkin, while others argue for apples being the fall staple. We love them both, but there’s no denying that the fall apple bounty you’ll soon be bestowed with presents some big decisions. There’s no way you can snack on all of those apples before they go bad. You can only make so many pies or so much applesauce too before you grow tired of them. Instead, the answer lies in finding innovative ways to make healthy and nutritious apples into healthy and nutritious recipes.