Five Tips to Beat the Blues, Feel Better & Stay Healthy in 2016
January is Depressing…
But It's Also the Month to Start Impressing Yourself
Credit card bills, short days, plummeting temperatures and maybe even a few extra pounds from all those holiday celebrations and libations. According to a recent article in psychcentral.com, “studies show as many as 25 percent of Americans suffer from low-grade to full-blown depression after the holidays.”. And then there is Blue Monday – the third Monday in January, believed to be the most depressing day of the year.
The fact is: the sun is out a bit longer each day and people are starting to think about spring, warm weather, and bathing suit season. January is the month to actually take advantage and get ready for a new year. It's also “National Staying Healthy Month,” so here are five simple things everyone can do to feel healthier and spring into 2016:
Apple2BWalk, don't run.
Baby steps – take the stairs.
Eat fruit – consider freeze-dried fruit snacks when fresh fruit is not available.
Stay hydrated – water is best, but try some of the new natural beverages.
Sit less – pace, stand, get a walking desk. Just don't sit.
Crispy Green, makers of Crispy Fruit snacks, wants to help you turn your January frown upside down by offering the practical tips above and introducing you to the perfect snack to keep you motivated and satisfied!
If you haven’t yet heard of Crispy Fruit, here are the facts:
Crispy Fruit snacks are 100% freeze-dried fruit slices that are made of real fruit and nothing else.
Top-quality fruit, freeze-dried to perfection results in a light, crispy texture for maximum taste and no mess.
Crispy Fruit flavors include Tangerine, Apple, Asian Pear, Banana, Cantaloupe, Mango, and Pineapple.
Comes packaged in individual, single-serving packets that are easy to pop into backpacks, briefcases, travel bags, overnight totes, purses and they’re TSA approved!
The entire line of Crispy Fruit is Non-GMO Project Verified provides approximately one serving of fruit at 55 calories or less per bag.