What crazy days …
If you are quarantined at home, I have 5 very simple tips for you to stay healthy:
- If you, or the kids, stay hungry while cooped up inside, lay out a variety of fresh snacks like carrots, pickles, and olives. If you’re grazing more than usual, snack on low-fat, fresh foods that are not highly processed.
- Snack on raw foods – apples, oranges, and raw nuts in the shell.
- Eat bigger meals earlier in the day. At night, your body processes what’s left over, so eat lighter as the day goes on.
- Try not to eat past five or six o’clock in the evening; your body wants to process and eliminate what you ate earlier in the day, and it doesn’t want to start digestion all over again as it gets closer to bedtime.
- If you must have an evening snack, eat something light, like popcorn in cold-pressed seed oil; drink a fruit smoothie, or enjoy a cup of herbal tea instead of having sweetened drinks and heavy, oily, sugary snacks.
When stuck indoors, avoid food chemicals, all of the diet sweeteners and diet products, heavy fats and oils, and simple carbs. Drink plenty of water, and make sure to exercise daily.
Take care of yourself – support your immune system, keep your blood sugar balanced, and learn to relax. This isolation will be over soon.
Hang in there!
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