When you exercise, a number of positive things happen, including the release of chemicals called endorphins, which triggers a euphoric feeling. Exercise can elevate mood, and decrease lethargy. Read more in Cathy’s blog.
The winter health program is a great way to burn off the extra calories consumed over the holidays. Check out our Winter Health Program that includes snowshoeing.
Maintaining a regular sleep-wake cycle in the darker winter months is vital to staying healthy and combating Seasonal Affective Disorder. Also it's important to maintain proper nutrition as well. Combined these tips can help beat the winter blues.
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What better way to see out the old, and ring in the New Year than walking on top of the snow, breathing fresh air in a winter wonderland, while melting off inches from holiday indulgence? Our popular Winter Snowshoe Program is a fun and adventurous way to burn an average of 450 to 550 calories [...]
Getting a Handle on Emotional Eating The holiday season is here, and eating healthy can be hard when you are surrounded by temptation. The holidays can also be stressful and trigger psychological reasons to munch, even though we’re not hungry. Whether it’s due to loneliness, or to distract from an issue brewing in our life, it’s [...]
Part 1 of Blog Series, “Combating Seasonal Affective Disorder” By Jennifer Keirstead, Holistic Nutritionist Do you get the winter blues, and eat more sugar and junk food than you care to admit? The weather and season affects our mood and health in profound ways. The lack of sunlight affects our serotonin and melatonin levels, and [...]