What our bodies need as the seasons change to fall

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What our bodies need as the seasons change to fall

There’s always been something about the transitions of the seasons that’s exciting and inspiring to me. 

Everything feels new, like it’s time for a change.  I’m motivated to reflect on what I’d like to be different about my life – diet, exercise, hobbies, habits, goals.

But it’s natural for us to feel inspired to make changes as nature transitions from one season to the next.  Because every time the seasons change, our bodies’ needs change, too.

So with the arrival of fall, here’s some changes we can make to set the stage for good health going into winter.

Slow Down

Summer is naturally a time for being busy and feeling driven to gets lots done.  This means that by the time summer changes to fall, we can start to feel a little bit of physical and mental burn-out.

So fall is a transition time, an opportunity to reset the body and mind.  It’s the season to acknowledge that we’re overly busy, slow down, and prime ourselves for winter wellness.


The body tells us all the time what to do and what not to do.  It knows what’s good for us and what isn’t.  And fall is the season to cooperate with that.  It’s a quieter time, less hustle and bustle, and it’s easier to listen to our inner voice.

Look inside and reflect and focus.  Stay rooted in your purpose.  Set aside what’s keeping you unnecessarily rushed and busy and draining your reserves.

Relax and Restore

The habitual stress of rushing, multitasking, and information overload in our modern lifestyles overtaxes our organs, mind, and nervous system.

And this chronic stress can lead to a host of health issues including adrenal fatigue, sleep troubles, hormonal problems, irregular menstrual cycles, indigestion, weakened immunity, and weight gain.

So take time to relax with meditation, yoga, walks in nature, massage, or a reflexology session.

Use fall-friendly herbs and spices

Warming spices and herbs that help build Chi and strengthen immunity are great for fall.  You might have some of these in your cupboard already.

Ginger, Garlic, Turmeric, Cinnamon, Echinacea, Astragalus, and Rose hips are all good ones.  Pumpkin spices and Golden Milk are good for us this time of year, too.  (Yes, the season of “pumpkin everything” is here…lol.)

Eat nourishing, grounding foods

It’s important to keep our bodies nourished and moisturized with healthy fats like grass-fed butter, ghee, coconut oil, olive oil, and sesame oil.   Add them to your coffee or tea, or put a little in your oatmeal or quinoa or on some roasted veggies.

Warm your body and boost your immune system, too, with nourishing soups, stews, and broths and with grounding veggies like roots, squash, and dark leafy greens.

Reflect, listen to your body, restore, and get ready for winter

It’s the season to take care of yourself and maintain your wellness.  I hope you find these tips helpful for keeping you healthy this fall so you can enjoy this beautiful season.

Fall’s a great time for a relaxing reflexology session.  And it’s the perfect season of transition for a 90 Day Wellness Program, too.  Get started on the right herbs, nutritional supplements, and diet for your needs this fall so you can be strong and healthy going into the winter months.



About Author


Tracey Kamm is a holistic wellness practitioner and owner of Spirit of the Bear LLC in Cheyenne, WY where she does Reflexology and Personalized Holistic Wellness Programs. She studied herbalism, nutrition, reflexology, and emotional healing in order to help herself get well when she was seriously ill from lupus and other auto-immune diseases. And now she helps others make life-changing improvements in their health, too. Her Personalized Holistic Wellness Program integrates all areas of health - physical, emotional, mental, spiritual. It includes a holistic assessment, personalized recommendations for herbs and supplements, weekly 1-on-1 health coaching, and an online holistic wellness course. She works with people virtually and long distance, too. Tracey is a Certified Nutritional Therapist and is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition® with the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, the first and only nutritionist to earn that credential in Wyoming. She holds a diploma as a Master Herbalist and is Wyoming's first and only Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild. She's a Certified Reflexologist and is a National Board Certified Reflexologist with the American Reflexology Certification Board®. She's also a Certified Emotional Healing Coach. Tracey's also a Practitioner Member of the American Holistic Health Association. Her favorite activity is training in Kenpo Karate which she has a 2nd Degree Brown Belt in. But she also enjoys quiet time gardening and crocheting. You can learn more, sign up for her email newsletter, and get a free instant download of her e-book, "How to Lose Weight without Even Thinking about It" on her website www.spiritofthebearllc.com.

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