This time of year, it’s easy for us to get cooped up inside with little motivation to brave the blustery cold. If you’re like me, that’s when I find my energy reaches an all time low. When I am feeling extra sluggish,I know it’s time to give myself a boost of energy so I can really be my best.
No doubt you’re soaking up every last bit of sun, sand and outdoor fun that summer has to offer, especially now that it’s August. When you finally step back inside, mix up one of these super thirst-quenchers–they’ll cool you off and bring on that second wind, so you can shimmy into a sleeveless dress and head back out.
Has this ever happened to you: You wake up late and have to fly out of the house before you have time for a decent breakfast, so you either grab a pastry from the coffee place or skip it altogether.
It seems so simple—one of the pillars of good health is to drink plenty of good-quality water. But the fact is, even if you have a filter at home, you’re probably not getting the level of cleanliness that you think you are. If you have one of those filter pitchers you picked up at the drugstore, it’s time for a serious upgrade.
As essential as we all know it is to drink plenty of water every day, it can be easy to forget, especially when you’re caught up in your busy day. But with a little foresight, and some simple hacks, kicking up your daily water intake becomes much easier.
You want to be your sharpest, have the most energy, reach your goals—who doesn’t? Although there’s always a stream of gimmicks claiming to get you to peak performance in every aspect of your life, the truth is, the one that’s been proven to work time and time again is: Hydration.
As a Clean Plates reader, you know it’s important to eat clean food to avoid potentially harmful chemicals. And since you also know how important hydration is, no doubt you’re knocking back plenty of water every day.
Cold and flu season, winter blues, energy slumps—this season brings with it a ton of hassles.
We all know how important it is to stay hydrated when it’s hot out, but winter brings with it plenty of reasons to keep on sipping.
Brain fog, lightheadedness, dry skin, dry eyes, fatigue, irritability, headache—you could have any or all of these after a long day in front of the computer at work. But actually these are all signs of dehydration, which is no joke.
If you pay attention to trends in wellness, then “detox” is a word you’ve probably heard a lot. It can mean everything from simply taking a break from sugar after the holidays to a full-on juice cleanse or fast—but no matter the method, the desired result is the same.