If you follow me on social media, you know I’m always saying that women are not eating enough protein. This statement comes from seeing my clients' food journals when we start working together....
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Consistent constipation, diarrhea, gas and/or bloating? You probably aren’t the proud owner of an optimal digestive system. There are a variety of reasons why you could be experiencing those symptoms due to other health-related issues, but in a lot of cases digestive issues come from poor care of the digestive system.
You know you should drink water, but are you confused about how much is “enough”? I don’t blame you. Hydration is a very personal thing, and depending on your lifestyle, age and activity levels, your adequate water intake would be different from the next person’s.
Raise your hand if you’re a fan of the biting cold, dirty snow, and the lack of sunshine in the Winter? 🙌 Just me? Oh..ok.
I’m a big fan of the Winter because I choose to make the most of the chilly weather by being outdoors as much as possible. But, it’s no joke that SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) can take its toll on our mental health. Fall has cooled the city, leaves are falling and the days are definitely getting shorter. SAD doesn’t only appear in the Winter–it can start as early as the Fall season. Aside from our seasonal preferences, the lack of sunshine can actually have an effect on our mood! As Canadian🇨🇦 dwellers, this is a struggle we know all too well.
Do you find it difficult to drink enough water every day? I’ve heard all the reasons under the sun from clients and others about why they just can’t seem to drink water every day, or at all!
I’ve gathered my top tips to help you drink more water, every day, below. If you have a favourite way to get your litres of H20 in, please feel free to share them in the comments!