3 ways how to spice up your daily routines: health & wellness edition

With the first days of spring on the horizon, it is officially time to pull your new year's resolutions out of the box and get back on a healthy track. These simple hacks will help you get out of the rut faster, and commit to healthy habits easier...

1. Start the day with ginger & lemon water

According to Healthline, starting your day with a shot of ginger & lemon can help reduce inflammation, soothe digestive issues, and enhance immune function. To awaken your senses in the morning, spice things up even more, by adding a dash of cinnamon or cayenne pepper to the mixture. Research shows that cinnamon may help reduce your blood sugar levels and insulin resistance, while cayenne pepper is an excellent source of provitamin A and vitamin C.

2. Shake up your morning routine with a cold shower

 While implementing this habit definitely puts your willpower to the test, research shows that it might be well worth it, as cold showers can be highly beneficial for both the mind and the body. Taking icy showers may boost your immune system and make you more resistant to illness, improve blood circulation, and increase the level of alertness, setting you up for a refreshed and energized start to the day. Read more in-depth about benefits and the best way to implement them here.

3. Switch coffee with matcha

Matcha makes the perfect source of stable energy. The main difference with coffee lies in the way Matcha delivers caffeine to your brain. The caffeine in Matcha is absorbed and released slowly over a period of 6-8 hours, which means it provides a sustainable energy boost, rather than a rapid spike and “jitters” associated with coffee. This new ritual could add just the perfect spice and health boost to your usual daily routine.

To give yourself an extra boost of motivation, check our collection  of premium quality water bottles design to support your everyday healthy habits and remind you to spicy things up when life gets dull. 


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