5 Tips to Help Keep You Healthy

Fresh. Functional. Sustainable.

Making these tips daily habits will definitely give a boost to your energy levels and overall wellness.

1. Start your day with lemon water

See how lemons can help sustain your health to find out why.  It is also important to drink water throughout the day to stay properly hydrated.


2. Eat lots of dark leafy greens

These greens are rich in chlorophyll, phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, fiber, amino acids, proteins, and carbohydrates. Enjoyed them in a fresh-pressed juice, green smoothie, salad, soup, lightly steamed, or used as a wrap!

3. Eat fruit for sweetnesss

With high sugar intake being a culprit for many of today's diseases, it is best to enjoy sweet food by eating wholesome fruit.  Not only is fruit sweet, it also provides the body amazing vitamins, minerals, and fiber often decreasing its glycemic index and giving more whole nourishment to the body.

4. Body Movement

Whether through daily exercise, sport, yoga, dance, gardening, walking, commuting to work or whatever way you enjoy being active, moving the body helps to decrease stress, release daily toxins through sweat, cleanse the lungs through deepening the breath, and rejuvenate energy!

5. Spend time in Nature
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We are nature and any chance we have to reconnect with the earth helps to renew the cells, the soul and the mind.

Whether it is going for a walk, running your bike, spending time in the garden, being on the water, the opportunity to be outside, taking in deep breaths of the fresh air, being surrounded by beauty, and disconnecting from technology is very relaxing and rejuvenating. 


Breanne Gibson, MSc., DHN, RNCP, ROHP

As a leading holistic nutritionist, lifestyle mentor, and permaculture designer, Breanne empowers high achieving and sustainably-driven leaders and entrepreneurs optimize their health and performance and design a resilient life they love so they can be living their full potential as they share their gifts with the world. Read her inspiring story, “From Peachland girl to military officer to a worldwide permaculture exploration” that lead her to where she is today.