Working out in the cold is not only good for you, but it also more effective! Our bodies use extra energy to keep warm, and stay warm when it’s cold outside. And once your workout is in high gear (running, cross-country skiing, ice skating, a brisk walk with your dog) you’re also going to start generating heat from the physical activity, doubling down on energy expelled and calories burnt.
The second-busiest travel day of the year will be Wednesday, November 27th, with 2.93 million people flying to reach their Thanksgiving Day destination. And the busiest travel day award goes to Sunday, December 1st, with an estimated 3.06 million people trying to get home. Which means airport waiting areas, bathrooms, lounges (and everything in between) will be full of germs. Read on for how to avoid this & make travel a breeze.
Hurricane season peaks from late August into September with the most activity around mid-September in the United States. This brings floodwater mosquitoes that are typically 2-3 times larger than an average mosquito and spread harmful diseases. We will be donating mosquito repellent and deodorizing wipes during the months of September and October to families and relief workers in Abaco.
August is officially the hottest of the year in the United States. Most of the country sits at temps between 80-90 degrees for the majority August, and in cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas, the average high typically breaks 100 degrees every single day. Cue gaan + co body cleansing & personal use wipes to help you stay fresh, clean and leave you feeling like a cool breeze.
THE AWARD FOR DEADLIEST ANIMAL IN THE WORLD GOES TO…
The mosquito. That’s right. Were you expecting the Great White Shark, Grizzly Bear, Rattlesnake? Nah, they’ve got nothing on the blood-sucking insects that swarm our yards, parks and beaches all season long. And globally, many endure longer, harsher mosquito seasons, so we consider ourselves lucky here in North America.
MAY I have a glass of water? The temperatures & daylight hours are on the rise and if you’re anything like us, so are your activity levels. With that comes one super important factor that’s often overlooked: WATER INTAKE!...
Sunshine is good for the soul, and the body! Did you know that just 10 minutes of sunlight a day builds the presence of Vitamin D-3 in our bodies? A safe level of Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium and may help protect against many chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, heart disease and cancers of the breast, prostate or colon. Spending time outside is the best way to ensure your body is getting enough Vitamin D-3, so get outside, get sweaty, and grab some g+c deo!