After a recent active Epstein-Barr diagnosis, I’m combining my AIP-esque approach with high lysine/low arginine foods to help slow down the virus. I’m giving you the deets on that today!
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A health update – what eight years of following this AIP way of life has done for my health (and what I’m still working on.) It’s always interesting to stop and take stock. A big thanks to Sara for motivating me to write this post!
Good breathing keeps your nervous system in check. It’s a great way to manage stress – especially when you know how to do it properly. And when you start a good breathing practice, you may find your anxiety levels decrease!
At the pointy end of this crazy and weird year, a good time to practice being a smidge more present. Not worrying about yesterday. Not brooding about what’s around the corner. These are two of my simple tricks.
How to practice the pause – a pause is a temporary rest. It’s also a very useful tool to help you manage stress and practice mindfulness. Learning to practise the pause can help to prevent you from jumping to hasty conclusions or making choices that don’t serve you.
Did you know that lack of sleep – both quality and quantity – affects your judgement, your coordination, and your reaction times? It can even affect your waistline. No surprises that I think you should be taking your sleep seriously. Here are my tips!
Why you should share your health goals – all the reasons for sharing your health goals with others who get it and how it helps you on this health caper you’re on. And believe me, it really does.
AIP Reset turns 4 in September. This anniversary program marks the 15th time it has run! I’m sharing just why I love AIP Reset so much. When I first started running the program, I had no idea the support and connection and camaraderie that would eventuate. I love AIP Reset!
The AIP. One thing at a time. If you had to pick the ONE most important thing your AIP experience has taught you so far, what would it be? I asked around and it turns out the AIP means different things to everyone!
How often do embrace the idea of stillness and give your brain (and body) a break from the stressors and ‘noise’ of everyday life? Me, I don’t think I do it enough – especially after some recent reading on the topic…