If you’re a pumpkin spice lover, chances are you’ve already slurped a autumn-spiced latte or two. However, autumn offers a literal bounty of healthy activities to burn off those pumpkin flavored coffees, baked goods, and pumpkin beers. Look to the healthy side of the fall season…
1. Establish Health Routine
Many use fall as a season to re-establish (or establish new) healthy routines. Many emerge from a summer vacation of too much eating, drinking, and travelling, returning to the set routine of work or school.
The good news is that numerous studies show that routine sets a rhythm to the day that is good for our health. For example, we tend to return to healthy, regular meals and healthy sleep schedules.