Dietician And Personal Trainer Provides Tips On How To Make The New Season A Fresh Start To Healthy Habits
It’s time to welcome back the short days, crisp air, and colorful leaves of Fall. Though the season is beautiful, it does require a bit more of an effort to keep yourself healthy and happy than summertime. When you factor in less daylight and the upcoming seasonal gatherings, it’s easy to feel like there isn’t enough time left in the day for ourselves. Licensed and registered dietitian and certified personal trainer, Sylvia Klinger, has partnered with two health and wellness brands - Cold-EEZE® (brought to you by Mylan) and
TRU NIAGEN® (made/owned by ChromaDex) - to share information on these products. She also shares tips on how to start the fall season off right.
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Fight Colds: Chilly weather and cold season go hand in hand. Make sure your medicine cabinet is stocked with essentials you’ll need to tackle the sniffles head on. Cold-EEZE® zinc lozenges help you feel better faster by shortening the duration of a cold by as much as 42% - that’s almost half. This has been clinically proven in studies from the Cleveland Clinic and Dartmouth. Cold-EEZE is the number-one recommended brand of zinc lozenge by pharmacists according to a Pharmacy Times survey. Cold-EEZE comes in a variety of flavors and forms including a quick melt tablet and should be taken at the first sign of a cold and used as directed.
Eat Slowly: The fall and winter seasons go hand in hand with generous helpings of delicious sweet and savory foods. Try resting your fork between bites to help you eat more slowly. It takes about 20 minutes for your brain to get the message that you are satisfied. Slowing down will help you avoid overeating.
Shop as a Family: Make grocery shopping a family outing! Everyone can learn to read the nutrition labels and about the nutrients in each food group and plan healthy meals together.