Our lives are busy, jam-packed with to-do lists, commitments, work, family, and responsibilites. There never seems to be enough time in the day. With so much going on, we rely on superior brain function to keep up and stay productive.
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We’ve got news! This month, we’re introducing our first Recipe Collaboration Series, “Plants for the People.” We’re working with renowned chefs, health experts, and social influencers, to bring you limited-edition meals that are taking the plant-based world to new heights.
First up is Danny Seo, lifestyle expert and Editor-in-Chief of Naturally, Danny Seo. You may have read his magazine or seen him on TV, but we’re asking him more than which veggies he’s into right now. Read on to find out how he made history as a 12-year-old, who his spirit animal is, and how he thinks we can change the world without becoming philanthropists.
Eat healthy, plant-based goodness to your heart’s content and it won’t skip a beat. This month is about celebrations of the heart. Some people say the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. Make sure to feed them healthy plant-based goodness and they’ll definitely love you back.
How many people do you come into contact with that have a cold during the course of one day? Kids, co-workers, and family－it’s just that time of year. There are a few things you can do to increase your chances of staying healthy; wash your hands constantly, take immune boosting supplements/vitamins like Emergen-C, Echinacea drops, and wellness formulas, stay away from friends or family that are sick, manage stress and get plenty of sleep.
It’s cold, grey, wet, and maybe even snowing. But hey, winter isn’t always bad! Who doesn’t like more time for Netflix, snuggling, reading books, sipping on hot drinks and sitting by the fire? It’s nature’s way of reminding us we’re transitioning to “hibernation mode.” Time to slow down, keep our immune systems strong, and rest up so that we are recharged for the sunny seasons ahead.
Thanksgiving can be a holiday filled with laughter, happy moments, conversations with family and friends, a time of gratitude and self-reflection and restful weekend. It can also be a long weekend fill with stress, exhaustion, over-indulgence and guilt about overeating… Or a mix of both!