After drinking way too much witch’s brew and not getting enough sleep, you may have fallen for the trick not the treat from this Halloween weekend. With cold season upon us, it’s always an apprehensive feeling to wake up with a sore throat or stuffy nose. While the common cold lasts about 7-10 days, there are natural, creative ways to try and make it as quick as possible. Keep in mind that these remedies will not “cure” your cold (it must be waited out, or if symptoms persist past 10 days, see a doctor), they are proven to lessen your symptoms and speed up the process of ridding your cold.
I don’t know about you guys, but pumpkin has me feelin’ some typuh way. Everywhere I turn, I’m tempted with pumpkin scented candles, seasonally spiced lattes, and the sweet aroma of fresh fall desserts. Call me basic, call me whatever you’d like, but I know I’m not the only one who wants to indulge, while also avoiding the dreaded “winter coat” if you know what I mean.
With my body and physical appearance being the core of my career, it’s all about finding the right food regimen to use as a staple. I’ve come to realize that my body feels AND looks best when I consume calories every 2-2.5 hours.
Personal trainer and nutrition professional Mark Dominice, based in San Diego, CA, is the one who encouraged me to fuel my body more frequently throughout the day in order to keep my metabolism and energy boosted. He got me hooked on this coconut water-based juice to use as a snack substitute. Not a snacker? Don’t worry- this juice recipe will turn you into one!