By Bryce Sanders
Consider bears. They eat a lot in the autumn — up to 20,000 calories daily, gaining three pounds a day! This is followed by lying still for several months over the winter. Although bears don’t technically hibernate, they remain in a reduced metabolic state for several months.
This may be fine if you live in Yellowstone National Park, but you have a job, a career and a family. How can you be less bearlike and vault into spring healthy and energetic?
A large amount of winter wellness is common sense. Along with planning for retirement and sales goals, it makes sense for everyone to also have a plan for winter wellness.