1.) Heading into fall, start supplementing vitamin D
As we move into winter months and less sun exposure, starting supplement vitamin D to improve mood and immune system.
2.) Moisturize your skin.
Avoid drying out your skin in harsh winter temperatures.
3.) View this new season as an opportunity to purchase in season food.
Focus on broccoli, cabbage, squash, pumpkin, dark leafy veggies and focus on nourishing your body
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