PHYTOLOGY FRIDAY - October 2, 2020

Welcome to Phytology Friday, Balance of Nature’s weekly digest of the latest information on pure, potent, plant power.

Welcome to Phytology Friday, Balance of Nature’s weekly digest of the latest information on pure, potent, plant power.

Be sure to check out this week’s blog posts! We talked about the Balance of Nature Health Triad and the phytonutrient beta carotene. We also shared a recipe for zucchini pizza!

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This week we found some great content about the U.S. Army triad, physical health, the importance of sleep, and properly storing produce. We also shared two articles that mention Balance of Nature!

 

LINKS OF THE WEEK

Made in Southern Utah: Balance of Nature

Our home town featured us in an awesome news article and video! Check it out to see the color, smell, and taste of the ingredients in Balance of Nature Fruits & Veggies. (St. George News)

 

My Intermittent Fasting Tips and Tricks

Leah mentioned the importance of getting fruits and vegetables! She loves including Balance of Nature Fruits & Veggies in her daily routine. (Lifestyle With Leah)

 

Sleep, Healthy Diet, and Good Exercise—Your Invisible Body Armor against Infection

Like Balance of Nature, the U.S. Army also has a triad! The Army’s Performance Triad focuses on:

  • Nutrition: The Building Blocks of Immunity
  • Sleep—Your Internal Body Armor
  • Physical Activity: Boost Your Immune System

They also encourage you to reduce stress levels in order to keep your immune system fully functioning. (U.S. Army)

 

A Healthy Lifestyle is About More Than Just Physical Health

Live a balanced life by making simple changes to what you eat, think, and do. (Nutrition Stripped)

 

Physical Health Toolkit

Taking care of your physical health is important! Start making simple changes today. (National Institutes of Health)

 

Why Lack of Sleep Is Bad for Your Health

Get between seven and eight hours of quality sleep a night. Go to bed early, and don’t sleep in too late. (National Health Service)

 

How to Store Fruits and Vegetables the Right Way

Have you ever thought about how you should store fruits and vegetables? Storing them properly can maintain their freshness, taste, and nutrition. (Wirecutter)