Episode 5 of the Fit Mother Project Podcast is all about adapting to weather and how different kinds of environmental pressures impact our health routines.
When winter sets in, it gets dark earlier and the temperature drops.
And for those in areas where things get really cold, wintertime is when a lot of people get into trouble with their health.
They're often less active. They're not outside as much. They're eating more sugary foods.
But, these are symptoms, not the root cause.
It's a symptom of people not being able to adapt their health routines to the new changes and pressures of a colder climate in a darker environment.
But you can adapt your health routine to deal with any kind of weather!
In this episode you’ll learn:
- How to establish a personal health routine.
- How to adjust that routine as your environment changes.
- Why you need to focus on sleep, movement, and nutrition — and how to do it.
- The importance of vitamin D and how to get more of it.
- How to navigate the holiday season.
- And so much more!
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*Please know that weight loss results & health changes/improvements vary from individual to individual; you may not achieve similar results. Always consult with your doctor before making health decisions. This is not medical advice – simply very well-researched info on adapting to weather.