Few months ago, me & my husband took a sugar free challenge after listening to this Slow Home Podcast. The aim of the sugar free challenge is to only consume food with less than 5% sugar per serving for a month. A big part of the challenge is to decipher food label. In most cases, it is rather confusing. We have since relax the rules but as a result of that challenge, I often read
It’s been well research that cravings, symptoms of PMS, and PMDD decrease when you eat right for your cycle. As our resident nutritionist, Rebecca Jacob’s often says “Every bite you take either fuels disease or fights it”. Certain foods can nourish our body and promote harmonious hormone balance, while others such as food with excess sugar & dairy, foods high in sodium, and anything packaged or processed can aggravates the symptoms caused by hormone imbalance.
Love Nature! There are plenty of reasons to love nature, from breathtaking views to the smell of fresh pines, from colourful flowers to squawking birds – there are so many great reasons to get outside and enjoy all that nature has to offer. Be well! Go outdoors! Spending time in natural environments is an essential part of self-care. We are part of nature. Our minds bodies and spirits are restored as we immerse ourselves in
Fluids: Key to Hormone Balance and a Healthy Body Did you know that your fluid intake impacts your hormone balance? How much you drink and the types of liquids which you consume affect your hormones, health, mood and general wellness. Dehydration and retaining fluids can make you uncomfortable and has negative impacts on your health. Let’s take a look at how fluids impact hormonal balance and your overall health. How fluids impact your body The
Eat Your Way to Hormone Balance “Every bite you take either fuels disease or fights it.” This is one of my favorite quotes regarding food and health because there is so much truth behind it and it fits well when talking about hormone balance. Did you know that the food choices we make every day affects our hormones? Certain foods are notorious for throwing our hormones out of whack and causing a slew of other