One of the best things you can do for your physical health and mental health is walking outside. Sure, you could hit the treadmill or indoor track, but the effects and benefits simply aren't going to be the same.
Have you ever felt “different” or “not yourself” when you’re stuck indoors for a long time? Maybe you work long hours and you beat the sun up and clock out after the sun has set? You’re not crazy in thinking something isn’t right or that your brain is playing tricks on you. In fact, many people feel this way – especially when the seasons change and we don’t experience as much daylight like when fall and winter come around. This feeling of sadness or even depression comes from a deficiency in vitamin D.
With everything going on in the world, many are a little concerned about venturing out and getting even the most essential things like food and groceries. While distancing yourself six feet from people may be working, many don’t want to chance it. What’s the solution? Contactless meal prep.