Most women experience PMS symptoms at some point in their menstruating lives. These symptoms last from a few days to what can feel never ending. The symptoms are all over the place - fatigue, breast tenderness, moodiness, bloating, cramps, anxiety… and the list goes on.
The holidays are here and our usual schedule is often thrown out the window. Chances are you might not make it to yoga (or spin or on that run or pilates) as often as you would like for the next few weeks. But you do have time for this simple stretch! It’s great to counter all the forward action of sitting and typing we do every day.
Protein is an essential part of every person’s diet, but you don’t need to be a meat eater to get your daily allotment. If you aren’t a meat eater, you are going to need to be more more mindful about where your protein is coming from each day (and if you are a meat eater, you might want to mix up your protein intake with some of these veggie options!). These days, most people get ample amounts of protein, but if you aren't, skimping on protein is not a good idea.
The holidays can throw us off our healthy diet path. One thing that most of us need to do, holidays or not, is eat more vegetables. So let’s find some easy ways to get more servings of vegetables into our day.