February 2016

6 Signs Your Body Is Deficient In Vitamins

When it comes to adequate vitamin consumption, it can often be difficult to determine if you’re getting the exact amount that you need. From our busy lifestyles to trying to eat healthy on the go, it’s not always easy to nourish your body from food sources alone. So you also start taking a multi-vitamin in hopes that it has you covered and yet, you’re still not sure if you’re getting it right. Fortunately, our bodies are designed to let us know when they require something more, it’s just a matter of paying attention to the signs. Here are the 6 ways that your body tries to tell you that it is deficient in certain vitamins and what you can do to fix it.

6 Healthy Foods That Could Lead To Weight Gain

When it comes to living a healthy lifestyle, moderation and balance are the ultimate keys to success. Yet, with the abundant amount of information available to us online, it can often be difficult to determine exactly what we should be eating and how much of it. For anyone that’s ever done a quick google search or read an article about healthy eating, you know that there are certain foods that are always recommended to us. However, at what point do these recommended “healthy foods“ become unhealthy? Read the list below for your guide to the 6 healthy foods that could lead to weight gain.

6 Ways To Beat The Winter Blues

As the days continue to be short and cold, it can often be a struggle to stay motivated and positive during the winter months. With Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D) affecting 1 in 5 Americans and 18% of Canadians at some stage in their life, it is important to be aware of the symptoms and how to combat them. S.A.D is often categorized by symptoms of fatigue, lack of focus, sadness, anxiety, depression, weight gain, headaches, irritability, social withdrawal and a change in appetite. Symptoms typically occur between October and April, and scientists believe that they are linked to a decrease in exposure to sunlight and ones internal clock, which affects hormones and one’s internal temperature. S.A.D symptoms vary greatly in severity, yet even if they are only mildly affecting you, there are ways to improve your overall feelings of well-being with a few changes. If this winter has got you feeling down, try these 6 ways to beat the winter blues.