As temperatures drop and skin complaints rise, we develop all sorts of tricks to keep our bodies up to summer standards.
While we probably can’t naturally achieve the type of tan we’d like with only seven hours of sunlight, we can keep our skin glowing, moisturized and happy all year round with a few simple solutions.
Before we dive into solving hair and nail brittleness or itchy patches, let’s focus on one part of the body that so often experiences winter neglect: our feet!
While we often view spring as the time for renewal, autumn can also be beneficial to our psyches. Think of it as a time for reflection, for understanding the past year and how you have grown. Think of it as a time for planning, for considering the year ahead and what you will learn. However you think of this moment, do so with light in your heart. Autumn is fleeting, but when loved, it can help us carry our summer suns through our winter moons.
Photo: Manon Ringuette
These days, going with your gut means more than just following your intuition – although that part’s still important.
If you’re interested in your health, you probably know that gut health is a hot topic on any and every blog, message board, forum and of course, social network you frequent—and with good reason. Continue reading
The standard boot camp class has been sprinting around the fitness scene for a while. If you’re like me, though, you might have slipped through the trend cracks on this one.
Maybe you have your reasons. Maybe your reasons involve your personality, your disdain for – ugh - classes, or your lack of desire to spend money on a good ol’ turn-red-and-vomit session. Mine did.
But when I finally bit the boot camp bullet this summer (I was able to get a few free classes) I learned that I was wrong about something. It wasn’t boot camp. Boot camp was exactly what I expected.
It was definitely me.
Here’s what I learned.
It’s so easy to delay starting any new routine until January 2. We have every excuse in the world to put it off, and every motivation to jump on the resolution bandwagon later.
But getting a head start is a good idea even if you’re not in a race.
How do you spice up your dinner routine?
We’re fans of healthy meals, but sometimes eating healthy gets a little boring. If you, like us, are looking for a way to spice up your meals, we highly suggest adopting an international theme for at least one night of the week.
Whether you opt for Indian, Italian, Mexican , Thai, Vietnamese, or any other ethnic palate, international cuisine can be exquisitely healthy, given the right ingredients.
Quinoa is no longer the latest healthy recipe fad. (That distinction goes to locally-sourced ingredients.) But that doesn’t mean it’s not still at the top of our list for high protein meal options. As we head into autumn and switch up our pallets, we’re excited for quinoa dishes that ooze warmth, comfort, and of course, wholesome nutrition.
Going back to school can be a positive experience for both you and the kids with just a little bit of planning. Here are four of our best tips to minimize stress, keep the little ones healthy, and get the year started on the right foot.
By Karen Sturtevant
Zippy and Zoey are my Russian tortoises. Their lineage originates from the dry, arid regions of Afghanistan, Northern Pakistan and the Soviet territory, Kazakhstan. They can go days, even weeks, without water.
By Ashley Watson
If you are familiar with FoodScience® of Vermont products, you may have questions about the lead or PCB warning on a few of our labels. FoodScience® does not intentionally add these chemicals to any of our products, but we receive daily calls about these warnings.