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With the crisp air fall offers, comes an opportunity to create better habits for the upcoming holiday season and the winter months. Many people experience a renewed feeling of energy and motivation during the fall season which is the perfect time to develop an exercise routine, boost your immune system, and introduce fall superfoods into your diet. Many even drink more tea, which will not only warm your insides but provide anti-oxidant benefits.
Many people associate the fall with the approaching cold and flu season. Boosting your immune system naturally can help ward off both. Sleep, hand washing, a healthy diet rich in fruits and veggies, increasing zinc intake, exercise, stress reduction can all help strengthen immunity. Even spending time with friends or family and laughing can have feel-good positive effects on the immune system.
An exercise routine can be brought outdoors in the fall, whether it is walking through a corn maze or apple picking. Regular exercise can boost your immune system, reduce stress, boost mood, and increase flexibility. Other creative fall fitness ideas include raking leaves, gardening, hiking, meditation or yoga in the park, and pumpkin picking of course!
Introducing fall fruits and vegetables to your diet can pack nutrition into your everyday meals. Besides the most common such as pumpkins (fiber, vitamin B, and potassium), sweet potatoes (vitamin A & iron), and apples (antioxidants and fiber), there are also a variety of other seasonal food which will provide nutrients. Brussel sprouts, mushrooms, pears, cauliflower, parsnips, grapes, and pomegranates are all good choices for the fall season.
Warming up with tea or spices is a wonderful way to relax and enjoy the season changing from summer to autumn. Tea also provides health benefits such as antioxidant support, relaxation, in addition to many other herbal remedies. We have a wide range of teas to choose which can warm your autumn days. Spices have a deep connection to our experiences in autumn, whether it be the comforting scents they bring or to the food we add them to on the cool days ahead. Spices can offer healing properties and provide anti-oxidant benefits. Cinnamon, ginger, anise, nutmeg, cardamom, saffron, and cumin all spice up the autumn months ahead.
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