Happy Valentine's Day! 💖 Do not forget the most important person in your life – YOU!
We focus a lot on our external relationships and often neglect our relationship with ourselves. It is not easy to find the time to give yourself the love you need to recharge. We are not the best at practicing self-love and are often too hard on ourselves. Self-care is investing in your emotional and physical well-being through simple acts. Self-care is not selfish; it is an important part of living a happier and more productive life.
Feel too busy to schedule a little me-time? Self-care can be as simple as taking 10-minutes a day of prioritizing your needs above anyone else’s. Have a daily self-care practice will reap long-term perks. It will give you something to look forward to on a day-to-day basis, and it will help you re-frame your mindset.
I challenge you to take a step towards self-acceptance and self-love. Here are a few self-love habits for you to try.
Quick tips to keep your heart beating strong all year round.
February is American Heart Month. A great reminder to take care of our hearts as a part of our self-care. Heart-healthy living involves understanding your risk, making choices, and taking steps to reduce your chances of getting heart disease.
Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women. But you can do a lot to protect your heart and stay healthy.
We don't have full control over how our food is handled before it reaches our kitchens but we can take some precautions to minimize and prevent harmful bacteria, like Salmonella, E. Coli, Listeria, and Campylobacter, from taking over the healthy meals we prepare at home.
There are some simple steps in how we handle, cook, and store our food to prevent food-borne illness. You can't see, smell, or taste harmful bacteria that may cause illness. If you don’t handle the food you eat properly, your risk for getting food poisoning increases. No one wants food poisoning.
Today, I’m going to cover basic food safety tips to keep you and your loved ones happy and healthy.
Are you ready for the best time of the year! There so many varieties of winter squash to enjoy. Acorn squash, butternut squash, pumpkin, and spaghetti squash are all my favorites.
Hello! I'm Jori Zimmerman, a nutritionist and owner of Nutrition Savvy. I work with individuals that are looking to make dietary and lifestyle changes that will lead them to living a healthier and higher quality of life.