March 6, 2018
March newsletter - 5th Anniversary!
March 2018 Newsletter
This March we celebrate our
When Come Alive Fitness opened it's doors on
March 18th, 2013 our intention was to inspire, motivate and create a place that people would love to come to!
As we look back and reflect, it has been an incredible
5 years filled with fun times, inspiration and great people!
We are celebrating the week of March 19-23rd
with treats and a special draw so please stop in to see us! Thank you to all our amazing clients and friends
who continue to support us!
Did you know you can improve your mood with a Healthy Gut?
Your mood can be affected by your thoughts, sleep quality and chemical imbalances. But research show that the microbes in your gut may also be influencing your brain function and mood. Gut bacteria produces the majority of your body's supply of serotonin, an important neurochemical that affect mood, digestion and sleep.
So what should we eat and avoid for a healthier gut?
1. Take a probiotic
These good bactieria can improve digestion, strengthen immune system and boost mood. Besides a probiotic supplement, these foods can also help restore gut balance: Sauerkraut, Yogurt (plain, organic), Miso soup and soft cheeses
2. Eat more whole foods
Replace processed foods with foods that benefit the gut, such as: asparagus, carrots, broccoli, leafy greens, garlic and turmeric
Stress plays a big role in gut health as it can actually change the gut balance of bacteria. Practice relaxation techniques such as: meditation, yoga, journaling, reading and mindful breathing
4. Be mindful of Antibiotics, Sugar and Tap water
While antibiotics kill bad bacteria and protect you from disease they also affect the body's good bacteria. Combat this by taking a probiotic, eating a clean diet and drinking lots of water. Tap water can contain contaminants such as chlorine that kills bacteria, so invest in a water filter to avoid this. High consumption of sugar can also lead to an imbalance in gut bacteria and affect your immune system. Stick with natural sources of sugar found in: fruits, vegetables, honey and plain yogurt.
These are some ways to positively impact your emotional and mental states. Take these eating habits to increase your overall health and well-being.
Source: Emily Holland, The Chopra Center.
We can help you create a meal plan that you can stick to. It's all about creating energy and optimum health for the future. Invest in yourself - take action! To book an appointment email email@example.com
Back by popular demand!
& Tomato Salad
1 English cucumber
4 Roma tomatoes
3 ripe avocados
½ red onion
¼ cup cilantro
Juice of 1 lemon
Salt and black pepper to taste
2 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
Mix and enjoy as a healthy lunch
or side dish!
De-stress with a Massage
To book an appointment email:
We would love your help to continue to grow!
Invite a friend to try our
First Month Special:
unlimited classes for only $40!
For more information about our top of the line personal training
or fitness classes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Wishing you a Healthy March and a Happy Easter!
Annika Beech at 12:09 PM