August has drawn to a close and September is upon us. Already, evenings are beginning to feel crisp, making for perfect sleeping weather. But in homes with children, Fall isn’t just a change in seasons: It’s also a change in routines. Back to school season is about more than sales on pencils and sneakers. It’s also about transitioning our children from their summer routine into their academic-year routines. And if your summer routine looks vastly different from your school-year routine--like if it involves sleeping until noon followed by lounging on the beach--this can be a really jarring transition for your whole family. That’s why we’ve come up with this list of 5 tips for getting back into your school year routine.
When it comes to nutrition, minimalism is key. What do we mean by minimalism? We mean reducing the number of ingredients you use at a time. The closer a food is to its natural state, the more nutritious it is and the better your body is at absorbing that nutrition. Minimalist foods lead to improved gut health and feeling better overall, while processed, chemical-laden foods cause bloating and other digestive health issues. That’s why, here at Amrita, we only ever use a handful of raw ingredients.
Anyone who has been following Amrita’s story for a while now knows that Amrita Health Foods was initially founded because the CEO, Arshad Bahl, was trying to find plant-based snacks that his son would eat. His son was diagnosed with autism at the age of two, and Arshad’s research led him to believe that improving his son’s gut health would improve his other symptoms of autism as well. And it worked: Today, Arshad’s son is integrated into a normal classroom and is thriving both academically and socially. So how did it happen? What, exactly, is the connection between food and autism?
As summer fast approaches, parents everywhere are making plans for what to do with their kids once the school year ends. One question that often crops up is how to get kids eating healthy during the summer. It’s especially hard when the onus is on them to choose whether or not to eat healthy when you’re not home or are otherwise occupied. Luckily, there are things you can do as their parent to encourage healthy eating—and, hopefully, get them to choose healthy snacks more often than not.
Even though, as adults, we don’t all get summer vacations the way we did when we were kids, summer is still an exciting time. If you’re anything like us, the increase in daylight hours alone boosts your productivity and mood. Suddenly, cleaning the house doesn’t seem like such a humongous task. The fog of seasonal depression is finally lifting, replaced with optimism and positivity. This makes it a great time torevisit your wellness goalsand buckle down on improving your health. We’re here to help! This quick guide will go over everything you need to know to make the most out of your summer wellness.
If you’ve been trying to get into shape lately, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard rumblings about going plant-based paleo. If a plant-based paleo diet is new to you, you probably have questions about whether or not it will meet your dietary needs, help you feel healthier, and satisfy you and your family. This beginner’s guide to a plant-based paleo diet will tell you everything you need to know about going plant-based paleo, from what that means to how to do it in a healthy way while ensuring you get all the vitamins, minerals, and proteins that you need to live your healthiest life. We’ll also offer some tips and tricks for meal planning on a plant-based paleo diet, as well as links to some recipes you and your family will love. So, buckle in; it’s going to be a fun ride!
Whether you’re vegan, paleo, or pregnant, you can benefit from adding sunflower seeds into your diet. Learn what makes sunflower seeds so special and why you should integrate them into your life today!