Nutrition is more than eating right—it's also making sure you're eating enough of the right things and not too much of the wrong ones. It's about keeping up with your body's needs on a daily basis, and making sure you don't let yourself get run down by stress or lack of sleep. And it's about knowing when something's off, like when your skin starts breaking out or your stomach feels bloated after eating a certain food—and then figuring out what might be causing those symptoms so that you can fix them!
Lunar New Year 2023 falls on January 22, 2023. 2023 is a Year of the Rabbit, more specifically, the water rabbit. Each new year in the lunar calendar is represented by one of the 12 animals in the Chinese Zodiac, and in addition, each animal is also associated with one of five elements, namely, wood, earth, fire, water, and metal. These elements are each associated with their own "Qi" (pronounced "chee"), or life force, and each animal has their own special symbols and characteristics.
Now, what is the deal with your thyroid? The thyroid gland is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located in the front of your neck that produces hormones. These hormones control bodily functions, from growth and development to daily metabolism. Your thyroid is even important for healthy kidney and heart function.