It was early in my flying career, when I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I was teaching student pilots to fly, while also accumulating the flying time I needed to join the airlines.
As a pilot, you are considered unfit to fly if you so much as take an aspirin, before your flight.
Medication either excites our nervous system, or dulls it, both of which can be a hazard when flying an aircraft.
Broccoli is notorious for being one of the most disliked vegetables. Despite its notable appearances in classics like Chicken Broccoli Alfredo and Broccoli Cheddar Soup, the vegetable hasn’t quite bounced back from it’s heinous reputation. What’s so great about the stuff, anyway? A lot, actually.
I am a 37 year old eating disorder survivor, and more recently, I’ve been kicking butt at healing and regenerating my body, from inflammation and chronic disease.
Here’s what I’ve learnt about eating for wellness.
The pandemic has officially made me lose my mind. Chronic hand washing has become my full-time job. Friday nights are spent playing board games with my parents. The end is not in sight.
As crazy making as all of this is, it’s important to take steps to keep ourselves healthy. With the looming threat of infection, our bodies need our attention more than ever. How can we support our immune system?