As summer comes to a close, some of us may be looking forward to the start of the fall season, while others may not be ready to say goodbye to summer just yet. Fall is time for change an is a wonderful opportunity to reflect and recommit to your health and wellness.
Honor the shorter days of fall by taking some time to come down from all of the summertime action and stimulation. The fall season is less about external action and more about taking an internal inventory of where you find yourself in the present moment, so honor this natural transition as the calendar changes.
During the summer, most people get their daily recommended dose of vitamin D from sun exposure but with the sun out for fewer hours and with fewer reasons it becomes increasingly difficult to get your fill of D. Keeping a consistent sleep schedule is important. With a change in the seasons can come a change in your mood like feeling down and having low energy levels so make sure to take time for yourself and get outdoors in nature as much as possible.
Fall is all about warming foods like pumpkins, squash, turnips, beets, carrots and other root vegetables. These hearty foods warm you up from the inside out. Don’t forget the spices like cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, cloves and vanilla.
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