New. So how does "new" happen? Is it because someone else is encouraging and gently prodding you to start, begin or initiate? Or is it through the influence of someone else? Or perhaps, it's from a suggestion from someone you respect. Sometimes "new" can take awhile to finally make it's appearance. One of the new things this month has been in the works for a long time!
Adrenal glands are tiny glands that help us manage our stress. When we have ongoing stress, these glands become fatigued! This may cause you to:
Managing stress is the #1 way to overcome adrenal fatigue. Try exercising, massage, meditation, exercises, going to bed/getting up at the same time, and hot baths. Adaptogens, like Mito2Max, are great supplements for supporting adrenals as well as NutriCalm, Zinc and Vitamin C. (All available at the Country Cupboard).
If you would like to learn more about this, I would love to hear from you!
Good sleep is as necessary as exercise and good nutrition is for optimal health.
Sleep affects our
Seems like I’ve heard a lot of comments lately about the cloudy weather! The lack of sunshine can definitely bring us down!
We get 80-100% of our Vitamin D from the sun which provides energy, lifts the mood, helps us absorb calcium and is linked to cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Taking 2000 iu of Vitamin D during the winter months can significantly lift the mood.
Elevation (Joyful Blend) and Cheer (Uplifting Blend) are both wonderful blends to diffuse or roll on every morning to provoke energy and happiness and drive away gloom and disinterest.
Join me all day Saturday, January 21st at the Country Cupboard for a special day focused on healthy eating and living! Check out new products, experience healthy recipes and save $3 off of any water bottle. Chat with a natural health coach about weight loss.
The Country Cupboard will be featuring allergy free products, sales, samples and a gluten free lunch option.
Our lives are too precious not to be nurtured! My vision is to inspire you to greater health and wellness! Stop by often!