Stress isn’t assigned to a certain age group and throughout time, it’s more and more common for younger people to experience the stress of school, social situations, and more. Thankfully there are ways to deal with this and reduce the impact it has on our bodies.
Exercise is extremely important for people of all ages, but starting to regularly exercise when young and creating habits will make aging significantly easier on your body. Regular exercise can improve your brain health, decrease the risk of disease, help with weight management, make bones and muscles stronger, and also improve your ability to do everyday tasks.
I’m beyond excited to announce that the GAPS Youth Movement (GYM) will have its own 2-part lecture series at OnCon 2024, and I, Julia Dulgerova, GAPS Youth Movement Outreach Coordinator, will be a keynote speaker! I’ve always had an interest in what food really does for the body and living on a homestead and having the opportunity to garden has grown my connection to food.
Whether that’s cooking your own food, ordering a meal service, or choosing better options when eating out, these are incredible positives! And although eating and nutrition are a large part of our health, it’s not the only healthy habit. So, if you’re ready to start taking the next steps to better health, let’s talk about some healthy habits!
The health choices you make now will impact you for the rest of your life. But this doesn’t mean you need to be eating incredibly clean and healthy every single day and have no fun while doing it. There are ways to make better choices daily to avoid excess weight gain, as well as destroying the health for your future self. Afterall, your health should be treated with a “you only live once” attitude.
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