“How do you stay in shape even when you don’t have time to workout?!”
Handful of mint leaves
Thin slices of lemon
Thin slices of cucumber
Handful of ice
If I ate really heavy foods I add a small sliver of fresh ginger
I drink this every day. I swear by it. It’s a diuretic but it’s safe enough to use every day. It’s basically like a spa detox water but delicious and you don’t have to run to the bathroom every time you drink it.
Recently I have also started to introduce Blessed CBD capsules into my daily diet. A friend of mine recommended them to me and she told me that CBD products can have a positive impact on your metabolism as well as your overall health so I am intrigued to see whether I will be able to notice any results.
There is plenty of research to suggest that CBD has a wide range of health-boosting qualities including anti-inflammatory properties. Put simply, this can help to keep bloating at bay. I know that my friend has been using CBD products as part of her healthy new lifestyle for the past few months and she has felt a lot more energetic and less sluggish so I will let you know how I get on.
Oh, and remember, always speak to a doctor if you are considering using any CBD products or beginning a detox as not everything is suitable for everyone.
Anyway, as you all know, I am always on the lookout for new ways to stay fit and work exercise into my daily routine. When it comes to working out, I definitely prefer a more gentle approach though. For example, for a while now I have been tempted to give yoga a try.
Some friends of mine are yoga enthusiasts and they have told me that nowadays you can book yoga retreats where you can learn the latest techniques and even learn about what it takes to become a yoga teacher. Yoga has so many health benefits, I just cannot wait to get started.
Have you ever tried yoga? What are some of your favorite ways to stay fit and healthy? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.