If we look on the bright side of the given situation, a lot of focus has been brought to the way we choose to live our lives and how we take care of our body and mind. Many have chosen to invest in their health - both through amazing foods, supplements, and workouts. However, as we get more and more "used" to the situation, our old habits start to reappear... We see it in society - people are struggling to keep up social distance - and in the individual as it's difficult to keep focus... But maybe some of your new habits should stay around?
"It's all about balance sounds like a cliché, but it works!"
We don't believe in fanatism! You need to be able to enjoy several aspects of life - whatever gives you energy and happiness. We like the 80/20 rule - 80 % healthy mindset and 20% fun and freedom. Here are some of our best tips to keep up the good and healthy everyday living
1. UNDERSTANDING YOUR BODY
A result of this crisis is that people are looking inwards - they read about how the body works, how to support the immune system, and how they optimize their health. This is GREAT. We love that people want to know more about how the body works.
When people know more, they make better choices for them selves!
2. NUTRIENT-RICH DIET
Keep up the nutrient-rich diet! To us, a healthy diet is a varied diet with lots of greens, fresh seasonal fruit, nuts, wholegrain, oils and natural nutrients. We believe that it should include fresh fish and organic meats, as many essential nutrients are found in such.
However we always respect if a person chooses to go vegetarian or vegan, as long as they are aware that they should consider to support their diet with fx Vitamin B12, omega 3, Vitamin D3 and/or Magnesium.
3. IMMUNE-SUPPORTING SUPPLEMENTS?
Many now understand the importance of a well-functioning immune system and healthy balance in the body. We always recommend taking a good quality multivitamin and omega 3 on a daily basis, however, in periods where you want to support your immune system further, we recommend a mix of the following supplements: