With products consistently running out at local grocery stores, and restaurants being limited to only certain menu items for takeout, it can feel difficult to remain nutritionally balanced during this uncertain time. However, it is important to keep your health in good standing even when it feels difficult to do so.
We have compiled three big tips to staying healthy and as nutritious as possible during this time.
One of the most popular hobbies that people have taken up during this time where we are all social distancing is cooking and/or baking. It can be frustrating to those who have no inkling on how to even begin the journey of learning, but the good news is that there are so many resources out there that can help you learn, and this article is going to cover the one (most) everyone has access to: IGTV!
COVID-19 is currently impacting virtually every aspect of our lives, including the overall food service industry. Restaurants are either closed, or have the option for only takeout or delivery; grocery stores are overwhelmed with stock-piling consumers and are running out of certain food and items daily; and food service management companies can no longer provide service to facilities that are temporarily closing their doors.
There are numerous articles floating throughout the internet pertaining to sustainability and its importance to the environment, and for the growth and prosperity of local businesses. In the trying times that we are in, more than ever, it is important to reiterate and enact the knowledge (well, as much as possible) that we have learned from sustainability thus far. Both the environment and local businesses need our support.