Besides losing weight, reducing disease risk, improving health, and looking good, don’t forget to factor in food for your mood when following a healthy diet. Some foods, thankfully, are very nutritious and can have a holistic stress-relieving benefit…and other perks for you, too! Here are some suggestions.
It’s not called the “sunshine vitamin” for nothing. Vitamin D is one of the only vitamins that you don’t get primarily through food. Instead, it’s produced from your skin cells, and then processed by other parts of your body (including the liver). Sadly, a lot of people are deficient! Here are 3 compelling reasons why you should take vitamin D3 during wintertime.
Achieving hormonal balance is a large part of women’s health. Some examples of hormone-related conditions are polycystic ovary syndrome, infertility, irregular menstrual cycles, PMS, decreased libido or sexual function, acne, depression, weight problems, night sweats, and thinning hair/hair loss, among others.
Luckily, there are some simple things you can do to achieve a happy hormonal balance.