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5 simple ways busy moms can stay healthy

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If you’re a busy mom on the go, you probably know that in between hectic work and daycare schedules, social engagements and after-school activities, it can be difficult to keep your healthy routine on track. Luckily, there are some quick and easy ways to help moms just like you stay on top of their health game.

Hydrate
Keep a BPA-free and refillable bottle of water with you wherever you go. Staying hydrated with at least 1.5 litres of water a day can help maintain your energy levels, keep food cravings down, and help improve your digestive health.

Sneak in some exercise
Although you may feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day, making time to exercise can be no sweat. Turn your daily commute or daily errands into a workout by walking or cycling. If you’re at work, make an excuse to get up from your desk and walk around the office. Remember, every step counts!

Sometimes, it’s okay to be selfish
Stress can impact your sleep and make you feel groggy and even more stressed the next day. Set some time aside to relax and unwind. Enjoying a massage, doing yoga or even watching Netflix can help take the edge off a stressful workday. Don’t feel guilty about calling up a babysitter so you can enjoy a night out with your significant other.

Don’t grab’n’go
For busy moms on the go or at work, it can be easy to walk into the nearest coffee shop or takeout spot when hunger strikes. Instead, take a few minutes while packing your kids’ lunches to pack some healthier options for yourself as well, such as salad or granola in a jar, spreads, or even a slice of homemade banana nut loaf. Not to mention, you’ll have a little extra to spend on your “you time”.

One second vitamins
Need a quick energy boost? An extra hit of the sunshine vitamin, or a fast-acting sleep aid? Try new Jamieson Vitamin Sprays. They are a brand new and easy way to get your vitamins, and they come in delicious natural flavours such as raspberry, orange and mint. Plus, they fit just as easily into your busy schedule as they do your tiniest bag. To read more about Jamieson Vitamin Sprays, click here.

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