Nourish your body (Video) – Episode 5 of Your Weekly Dose of Life-Work Balance
In this week’s video, I talked about the NOURISH pillar and how eating healthier can make a huge difference in your personal and professional life. Watch below!
I also shared three tips to improve the way we eat in our modern society (where food choices are usually high in calories but low in nutrients, and filled with unnecessary ingredients such as additives, preservatives, loads of sugar, toxins, and more). Paying attention to what we put in our mouths is very important.
This is a nutrition label that I found on the internet related to a brand of yummy cookies. Can you believe what is inside a cookie that you might eat for breakfast, as a treat, or after dinner? Yikes! This never-ending list made me very sad thinking how people are clueless of the unnecessary (and harmful) things they consume and put in their bodies, altering thousands of their chemical reactions. When I bake cookies, I use 4-5 ingredients max, they are healthy for my body and my brain thanks to the nutritional ingredients that I carefully choose, and most of all, they are delicious!
Can you spot the biggest offenders in this list? Share with us in the comments below!Watch Episode 5 of Your Weekly Dose of Life-Work Balance, Nourish Your Body https://youtu.be/kZw44LPa2bE Click To Tweet
Another example is seafood. Fish is praised for its anti-inflammatory benefits (and omega-3 fats that our brains love), but not all fish is good for you. Mercury consumption – particularly with regard to seafood – is something that you have to pay close attention to.
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Holistic Precision Life Coach, Brain Wellness Coach, and Life-Work Balance Strategist helping busy professionals and high achievers live and work better by prioritizing themselves. I use different modalities (epigenetics, neuroscience, chronobiology, and positive psychology) to implement effective lifestyle changes.
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