First of all, we are changing our eating habits!
Outside the weather, bad diet and illnesses, of which we are not always aware, often have an impact on our well-being. Most of the diseases that worsen our mood, such as thyroid diseases, insulin resistance or PCOS, are associated with overweight or obesity, because too much body fat contributes to the development of these diseases. This is due to poor nutrition and shortages of important ingredients in our bodies, especially in the autumn and winter, when not only the sun, but also seasonal fruit and vegetables are lacking. Therefore, it is worth to change habits and include supplementation with additional ingredients, which will help to improve health and well-being.
Secondly, we provide the body with a constant supply of energy!
During colder days, it is extremely important to provide the body with a constant supply of energy. Regular consumption of five meals a day helps to maintain proper blood glucose levels and prevents so-called "wolf" hunger attacks. When the weather doesn't pamper you, it's good to eat something warm every day - it can be a soup in the stock of vegetables and lean meat, which will heat up your body, especially if you add a pinch of spicy spices, such as chili, which helps burn fat and improves metabolism. Spices and herbs such as coriander, lemongrass or curcuma will add an exotic character to your meals, and thus transfer our minds to more sunny and warm places. This will certainly also contribute to the improvement of mood and detachment of thoughts from the prevailing weather in our country.
Thirdly, we catch the sun's rays!
There are autumn days full of sunshine and these should be used for outdoor activities, walks, or even reading a newspaper on a bench in the park. Specialists confirm that 15 minutes a day in the sun is enough to produce the required dose of vitamin D. If there are few sunny days, let's try to make the most of those that are already there. Activity in the fresh air will allow you to gain positive energy and will have a positive effect on your metabolism.
Fourthly, we are pampering!
Once we change our eating habits, take care of meal times and providing the body with the right amount of energy, include supplements to supplement the daily nutrition plan, take care of outdoor movement and "meeting the sun" - let's do something else for ourselves. Let's be pampered! Let's buy a new book, enroll in a foreign language course, go to the cinema or make an appointment.
Because autumn does not necessarily mean autumn chandera and solstice. A well-balanced diet and daily physical activity will provide our body with everything it needs to go through the lack of daily sunshine with a smile and energy!