4 Fall Friendly Health Trends To Get on ASAP

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4 Fall Friendly Health Trends To Get on ASAP

There is something about the fall season everyone loves – whether it is the sweater weather, beautiful fall colours, or warm drinks, there is something for everyone. With summer behind us, Fall can also become a time where you may be getting back into your regular routines, too busy to think about your health. I’m here to share 4 fall-friendly health trends you can get on ASAP:

  • Pumpkin Spice

You know I had to include pumpkin spice in this list, but no I do not mean get sugary treats and drinks to get your pumpkin spice fix. Pumpkin isn’t just cute for jack-o-lanterns but also has a lot of health benefits like being anti-inflammatory and can help boost your immunity. Try pumpkin in soups or roasted in a stew.

Pumpkin spice itself is a spice blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves. Instead of enjoying it in sugary goods, you can add it to oatmeal, smoothies, and even healthier homemade baked goods. You can get your pumpkin fix in our Carrot Spice Overnight Oats!

  • Fall Hikes

Fall is the best time to get active outdoors! You don’t have to worry about getting too hot, can enjoy the fall foliage, and even get some insta-worthy pics. Check out local hiking trails near you, put on a pair of cute sneakers, and get hiking!

  • All things Apple

Think apple cider, apple picking, apple crumble, apple everything! We all know the classic saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, and while this may be a huge generalization, apples are packed with nutrients! Fall is the perfect time to enjoy these nutrient-packed fruits. Try apples on their own, in homemade healthy baked goods, or even in a smoothie like our Rise & Chai.

  • Self-Care

The fall season brings a lot of busy-ness and stress. Make sure to take time out for self-care to manage your stress levels. This will not only help you with productivity but also keep you more relaxed going into the holiday season. Find what works for you when it comes to self-care.  You can try fall-friendly activities, unplug from screens every night, or cozy up with a book and warm apple cider.