Winter arrived early for us in Wisconsin this year. Single digit temperatures and snow flurries sure haven’t been shy.
Staying warm this winter involves more than just wool socks, a working fireplace and a glass of tea (although tea is a great addition!). The foods you eat (and when you eat them) are directly responsible and related to how you feel during that time of year. As the seasons change, so do our eating habits. I can’t say I’ve ever seen anyone eating a pumpkin pie in May (maybe that’s just me though).
One of our ambassadors, Insiya Rasiwala-Finn, an Ayurvedic Educator recently wrote a blog post about how different foods and elements are related to our bodies’ functions during the cool winter months. Check the post out here - Wellness Tips For The Winter.