I see so many women who when going through a separation “let themselves go” from a nutritional point of view.
“I don’t have time to cook for me now”
“ I don’t feel like eating”
“ It’s easier to throw something in the microwave”
“I prefer a glass of wine”
Does this resonate?
I acknowledge that when we are in a stage of trauma or feeling depressed or anxious cooking can be a struggle as can eating.
So here is one very small tip I read last week.
Nutrition has a fundamental part in our mental well-being. If we don’t take care of ourselves nutritionally then we will struggle with energy, as our physical and mental well-being are all interlinked.
New research highlighted in Womens Health Magazine suggests that basic brassica could be increasingly relevant to a youthful body and complexion. A 2016 study published in the journal Cell Metabolism found a natural compound in cabbage – nicotinamide monocucleotide (NMN) boosts your metabolism, improves energy production and reduces signs of ageing and weight gain. Better still, the leaves contain Vitamin E and potassium, key ingredients for enviable skin tone. NMN is also found in broccoli, edamame and avocado