Thanksgiving is a holiday we look forward to all year long: lots of food, family, and fun! If you aren’t careful, it can also be a day you end up miserable because you feel as stuffed as the turkey you just ate. Instead of pushing yourself to the point of discomfort this year, why don’t you practice a little self-care? Here are our tips for enjoying a satisfying and delicious Thanksgiving - without having to loosen up your belt buckle!
A great number of people struggle with unhealthy eating habits, and they aren't easy to get away from. Today's society consistently puts unhealthy choices at the forefront, which can make it difficult to form the healthy habits your body needs. The faster the pace of our lives, the easier it is to fall into bad habits. Most of us are aware of what we should eat, but how do we actually form those healthier habits?
As you continue your healthy streak in 2018, one of the most important areas to focus on is your eating habits. A positive diet change to make is to remove sugar from your diet. Women typically tend to have a stronger sweet tooth than men, which is due to the female hormone estradiol. Overloaded adrenal glands can also lead to sugar cravings, as well as yeast infections, an imbalance of bacteria in the body, or an underactive thyroid gland. So, what steps can you take to curb your sugar cravings?