With the summer season underway, it is not surprising that many people end up taking a vacation from their regular health and wellness routines. Unfortunately, if left unchecked, the lazy days of summer can not only lead to poor food choices but disruptions to daily exercise plans. GOLO, the wellness solutions company, has healthy suggestions and tips to help get the most out of the summer while also supporting a healthy lifestyle.
Try these healthy tips:
- GET ORGANIZED: Making healthy meals during the summer takes time, effort, and planning. It’s much simpler and faster to do with a properly organized and stocked kitchen. “Believe it or not, one of the best ways to support sustainable health and wellness during the summer months is by organizing your kitchen and filling it with nutritious food options,” says Jennifer Brooks, President, GOLO LLC. “The more organized for success your kitchen is, the easier it will be to make better eating choices.”
- PARTNER UP: Being accountable for achieving specific health goals can be difficult, particularly during the summer. For many people, concerns of not always feeling up to the challenge of eating the best foods or regularly exercising are real. The good news is the chances of success can increase this summer by committing to a common health goal with a friend or loved one, especially if they have similar weight loss and wellness aspirations.
- LOAD UP: Fresh fruits and vegetables are the foundation of a healthy, well-balanced diet, and some varieties are even more abundant during summer. Eating a wide and colorful array of fruits and vegetables is essential to ensure the body gets all the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients it needs to maintain proper health.
Wherever you are on your health and wellness journey, GOLO offers a range of innovative products designed to help, including the GOLO for Life Plan®, a game-changing nutritional approach to losing weight, and a healthy alternative to conventional dieting. The program includes GOLO Release® (an all-natural dietary supplement), access to personal coaches, and online tools.