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Winter vitality

watch 27/10/2022

During the colder months of the year, our overall health and immunity often decline due to a number of factors. Such as not getting enough sun, many bugs seasonally, what is the food in season, little daily activity and often not […]

During the colder months of the year, our overall health and immunity often decline due to a number of factors. Such as not getting enough sun, lots of seasonal bugs, what is in season food, little daily activity and often not getting enough rest. Focusing on our diet during this time takes more thought as we change from fresh fruit and salads to more soups and stews.

Gut Health and Diet

Our gut health plays a major role in our immune response and nutrient status. There are many types of beneficial gut bacteria that help our immune response, with more than 70% of immune cells located in the gut, the digestive system is the core driver of our health. You can enhance this through a healthy diet and taking probiotics as needed.

Because we are all different, our dietary needs require individualization to ensure optimal health. Some metrics may be based on your age, gender, and the amount of exercise you do. Finding what works for your lifestyle and your specific dietary requirements is often the best way forward. This can be a process of trial and error, something like a food diary can help. A food diary records your food to show which foods help or hinder, and with the help of a specialist, you can determine which foods work best for you.

Vitality tips:

1. Unprocessed food.
The food we eat directly affects our health, the nutrients in the food become the biggest part of our daily health and vitality. Fresh, unprocessed foods are still rich in nutrients and enzymes that can aid digestion and provide the nutrients needed for vitality.
2. Include foods rich in Vitamin C.Vitamin C is an essential vitamin that supports the growth of bones, tendons, ligaments and skin. It also supports immune function and is an antioxidant that helps prevent damage in the body. Think bell peppers, kiwis, and citrus like tangerines, oranges, and lemons. Vitamin

3. Hydrating.

Staying hydrated is essential for most bodily functions, so it's important to make sure you're meeting your requirements on a daily basis. It is great for detoxifying the body and maintaining skin health among many other functions. However, in winter it usually decreases when it's cold but having a hot drink, tea or cup of warm water at night can help you meet your daily requirement.
4. Fiber.
Getting adequate amounts of fiber in our diet is important to help with regular digestion. Making sure you eat enough insoluble fiber reduces your risk of constipation, a reason for bloating, gas, and discomfort. Ensuring your digestion is optimal helps to absorb the nutrients from your food.
 5. Iron.
Iron deficiency is quite common, especially in women, and prolonged iron deficiency can lead to anemia, making the body extremely tired. Make sure you have it checked with a blood test, and you can work with a medical professional to make sure you're getting the correct amount from your diet or supplement. To help with iron absorption, make sure you have Vitamin C and iron that enhances absorption.
6. Exercise
Including exercise improves digestion and elevates mood. Regular exercise also helps reduce disease risk and health concerns. It strengthens bones and muscles and can help improve your sleep.
7. Sleep

Make sure you get enough sleep by going to bed before 10 p.m. and getting 7-9 hours of sleep. Sleep supports healthy brain function, cell repair and growth, immune function, emotional health and also restores your energy.

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