Doubling Down on Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Stephen Stanwood
Regardless of whether you’ve been meaning to eat different foods, cook more, or change how often you eat, the time to make that change is now.

Regardless of whether you’ve been meaning to eat different foods, cook more, or change how often you eat, the time to make that change is now.

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While the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted most of our daily routines, it’s also an unprecedented opportunity to refocus on our mental and physical health.

Before all of this, maybe you were considering changing who you spent most of your time with. Maybe you wanted to start exercising but could never fit it in between your long commute and demanding job. Maybe you were ready to switch up something about your diet or lifestyle. Now that each of us has been forced to reevaluate almost everything in our lives whether we like it or not, we have a very real opportunity to make a lot of those changes.

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