When the temperature drops and the days become shorter, it gets harder to maintain a healthy weight and stay generally healthy. The struggle is because our serotonin levels drop and our bodies start to crave it from food instead of getting it from sunlight. You can overcome this dynamic by getting serotonin from exercise instead and eating light herby food to support your system. Below are some winter dietary tips to help you through. EAT ONE MEAL-SIZED SALAD PER WEEK In the winter there is not the same variety of fruits and vegetables available in the shops. You have two options. You can switch your vegetable intake to root vegetables or work a bit harder to get the same nutrients. When you eat one meal-sized salad per week, you win on both counts. It means you guarantee the rarer vegetable nutrients and eat them regularly enough to feel their benefits. MAKE A VEGGIE-RICH SOUP ONCE PER WEEK Staying Healthy in winter is as much about eating at the right times as it is about eating the right things. You can create the perfect healthy diet plan by thinking ahead and preparing your meals. If you make a large veggie-rich soup… View Post
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