It can be very overwhelming to create a healthy lifestyle. Figuring out where to start is the hardest part. According to an article by selfcheck.org, the most important way to a healthy lifestyle is diet. It is important to eat at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables every day, as well as foods with fiber. The combination of these foods together can protect against certain cancers. It is also important to pay attention to the amount of calories you intake per day, verses the amount of calories you burn.
The St. Joseph school district is partnering with Mosaic Life Care to teach students how to grow their own food. They teach children how to plant seeds, as well as plants that have already sprouted. As the plants grow, the students observe how the way that the plants grow and develop. The gardens are tended to over summer by faculty and staff, as well as some students. The ripened fruits and vegetables are gathered and replaced with plants that will thrive later in the year. Teaching students how to grow, and tend to plants that will later be their food is a start to a healthier lifestyle.
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PCOS is a hormone imbalance that can lead to infertility. While there is no cure, there are ways to help with the symptoms. One thing that really helps with PCOS is a restricted diet. Even without losing wait, health and exercise can really help. Here are some options to help manage PCOS:
Every once in a while we are all guilty of over indulging. Sometimes it’s just a day, sometimes we are vacation and don’t stress about the food we consume while enjoying a vacation. After a period of time of overeating, it’s a good idea to get back on track. Here are some ways dietitians get back on track after overeating:
Missing out on a good nights sleep, can make the next day unbearable. If we don’t get enough sleep we are more likely to be cranky the next day and if we don’t get enough sleep over time it can also lead to weight gain. The amount of sleep we get can also depend on what we eat before our heads hit the pillow. Here are some of the best and worst foods to eat before sleep.
4. Cereal and Skim Milk
9. Low-Fat Yogurt and Granola
10. Peanut Butter on Whole Grain
11. Cottage Cheese
12. Passionflower Tea
13. Lemon Balm Tea
14. Valerian Tea
15. Hop Tea
1. Coffee and Soda
4. Fatty Foods
5. High-Sugar Cereals
6. Hot Peppers & Spicy Foods
7. A High Protein or High-Fat Dinner
8. Dried Fruit
12. Green Tea
13. Fries and Ketchup
14. Raw Onions
15. Too Much Food
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