Seasonal changes: best practices
by Josephine Gorron
Stress , fatigue and colds with the arrival of autumn? Stay here, I've concocted a perfect recipe for you so you don't flinch in October .
For 1 person, you will need:
- 500g of fruit and vegetables
At the end of the summer season , we tend to enrich our diet, but it is essential to continue to consume fruits and vegetables daily. Rich in vitamins, they will allow you to stay in shape. They are real health allies !
Be careful, the idea is not to ban cheese-based dishes! #raclette team
- A dose of sunshine
The official vitality booster, vitamin D is essential. During the cold season, the sunshine is less important so don't forget to supplement yourselves.
Say ciao to the seasonal blues !
- A good handful of vitamin C
Shield against pathogenic viruses and bacteria, vitamin C is the ideal antidote in times of winter illnesses. It is one of the pillars of immunity but is quickly denatured by heat.
Eat raw parsley, kiwi, lemon, orange, etc. And no more repeated colds!
- Two big pinches of sleep
Everyone knows it, sleep is life ! Try, at least, to sleep 7 hours. It seems a lot but it is necessary for the good recovery of your body and your mind . For a night without pitfalls, you may need to compose your plate differently.
If that doesn't work, count the sheep. Guaranteed effect!
- A healthy microbiota
Our intestinal flora is a real ecosystem. Remember, this is where most of the body's defense system is concentrated.
Pamper your microbiota , it will reward you!
- A teaspoon of Immunity
Strengthen your immune system and your natural defenses with Astragalus and Reishi . Recognized for their protective benefits, these adaptogenic plants will be your guardians all winter long .
Test our recipes!
Let it simmer and the changing seasons will no longer be a problem for you!
Dietitian - Nutritionist in a private practice, Joséphine is also passionate about yoga and meditation. Convinced that taking care of yourself through diet and physical effort are the keys to good health and general fulfillment, Joséphine offers her patients comprehensive support based on mindfulness and respect for the body.