Happy HEALTHY Valentine's Day!

I love love.

 

Valentine’s Day is a great time to remind yourself to show some gratitude to your partner and to practice a bit of self-love. Love is exciting and gratifying – and it is actually scientifically proven to be good for your health!

 

Research shows that engaging in positive communication with a loved one boosts your immune system. When you focus on keeping disputes healthy and honest you become happier, your relationships grow and you are less susceptible to illness.

 

Exercising with your partner also has health benefits. Couples who get to the gym together and enjoy outdoor activities are more likely to stick to their workout routines! Plan some fitness oriented dates with your partner or your girlfriends. I love paddle-boarding dates and couple bike rides. Don’t be afraid of a little healthy competition — it is a great way to push yourself in your workout.

 

Finally, one of my personal favorite benefits of love is that it actually clears up your skin! This is because healthy committed relationships are stress reducing. When you carry less stress, the free-floating cortisol in your body decreases making you less prone to breakouts. Nothing beats that great glow that comes with being in love.

 

These are just a few of the natural perks that come with love. Enjoy your Valentine’s day and treat yourself and your loved ones to a little extra affection!

 

With love,

 

Christine

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  • Tara

    February 14, 2015 at 3:21 pm Reply

    The hubby and I did our first Evolution20 workout together this morning – love love!! Thanks for the great workout

    • Christine

      February 15, 2015 at 4:52 pm Reply

      Awesome Tara! Let me know what you think about the recipes. What is your favorite recipe of and workout of Phase 1?

    • Christine

      February 19, 2015 at 4:38 pm Reply

      Terrific Tara! Be sure to post pictures with #Evolution20 and #myevolution to be eligible for additional giveaways and inspire others! Keep in touch with your evolution!

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