Spring Cleaning Mind, Body, and Space: Why Green Superfoods are Important

Posted by Mallory Klein on March 21, 2021

Now that spring is here, it’s time to spend some time clearing away those winter cobwebs. And while opening the windows and decluttering your home is almost a requirement to welcome in the change of season, deep cleaning your body and mind are also just as important, if not more so. 

Why Spring Cleaning is So Good For Us

Spring cleaning your home is more than just dusting and vacuuming. To really get your space ready for the new season, it’s important to reorganize, scrub, polish, sweep, dust, vacuum, and get into those corners you’ve been ignoring. While thoroughly tidying up your living space creates a spotless environment, it’s important to note that sweeping away those winter dust bunnies is also great for your mood and overall health. 

Not only does deep cleaning your home help you get organized, it also fires up your productivity and helps cut down on allergy issues. The American Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAII) reports that thoroughly ridding your home of allergens allows you to feel healthier during allergy season. When you deep clean your home, make sure to move large pieces of furniture and strive to get into places that are normally neglected or out of reach. 

Spring cleaning is a great way to clear out the winter cobwebs and boost your health.

Spring cleaning also makes you feel happy. Nothing increases feelings of calm, satisfaction, and joy more than a clean, well organized home or living space. Furthermore, blasting your favorite music while scrubbing and scouring will not only boost your mood, it might also help you get the job done a little faster!

Think about it, if you’re happier after readying your house for spring, then it only makes sense that your stress levels will also be lower. Interestingly, many people consider cleaning to be extremely therapeutic. If, however, you find spring cleaning overwhelming, then try distributing the cleaning into multiple shorter tasks. After all, the goal of spring cleaning is to create both a healthier environment as well as a more positive mindset.

Don’t Forget to Spring Clean Your Body

Detoxifying your body and clearing your mind is a wonderful way to get ready for spring. Everyone knows that winter is generally a time punctuated by holidays and indulging in food that you don’t normally eat during the warmer months. What many don’t realize, however, is that when you eat rich, decadent foods and drink sugary or alcoholic beverages, your digestive system and mental state pay the ultimate price over time as toxins accumulate. 

The first step to spring cleaning your body is to clean out your kitchen cabinets and refrigerators. Rid your pantries and refrigerators of unhealthy, toxic foods and replace them with natural foods and fresh produce. When you have a goal to eat clean, you ensure success in that goal by stocking your home with the right foods to eat at all times. Now that your home is clean and your pantry is stocked and ready to go, you can focus on other ways to cleanse your body and mind. 

Increase Your Water Intake

When you increase your water intake, you help improve the functioning of your kidneys and liver by flushing your liver tissues with water. This influx in water also aids in the removal of toxins. Moreover, when you add fresh lemon into your water, you stimulate bile production in the liver, which also helps remove harmful toxins from the body. 

Not only is lemon water refreshing, it also has many health benefits that include detoxification.

If plain water isn’t your thing, then herbal teas — taken hot or cold — will do the trick as well. Not only do herbal teas add natural flavor to your water, you’ll also be taking advantage of any health benefits they have to offer. Some amazing herbal teas to drink during the spring season are: 

  • Dandelion
  • Mint
  • Ginger
  • Licorice Root
  • Nettle

Spend Some Time Outdoors

Many people (if the weather is warm enough), open up their windows to let the fresh air in while they spring clean their living spaces. This is a fantastic way to remove the stale winter air that’s been trapped inside during the colder months. 

Spending time in nature is a great way to get in some fresh air and sunshine this spring.

And while this is great to do for your home, it’s also fantastic to do for your body. Taking in fresh air and sunshine brings you closer to nature and allows you to enjoy all the beauty that spring has to offer. Moreover, spending time outdoors also uplifts your mood and boosts your immune system. 

Increase Your Dark, Leafy, Green Vegetable Intake

Eating more fresh, leafy, dark green veggies is an amazing way to help cleanse the body. Increasing your intake of spinach, kale, bok choy, chard, dandelion and other leafy greens not only provides the body with much-needed vitamins and minerals, it’s also a great way to help clear out your digestive system by getting in some much-needed roughage. 

If loading up on salads and veggies is tough, then consider supplementing with one of FAB CBD’s Green Superfoods products. Whether you choose Cocoa Crisp Green Superfoods or Citrus Mojito Green Superfoods, you’ll be infusing your body with over 80 key micronutrients that help aid in the removal of harmful toxins while boosting the body’s energy levels. FAB CBD’s Green Superfoods are vegan, gluten-free, Keto friendly, Non-GMO, and dairy- and soy-free. 

Spring clean your body and get all of your daily nutrients in a delicious single serving with FAB CBD Green Superfoods.

These superfoods are jam-packed with dozens of vegetables, fruits, and other premium sources of nutrition and micronutrients to help fuel the body. Instead of drinking sugary juices and smoothies, substitute one serving of FAB CBD’s Green Superfoods in your water to get a daily dose of Ashwagandha, Turmeric, and more than 50 red and green veggies. 

Did you know that FAB CBD’s Green Superfoods also contain probiotics and support gut health? This carefully crafted formulation supports the body’s natural digestive process and pH balance with a top-quality blend of probiotics, amino acids and electrolytes. Not only do these superfoods support digestion, they also help to cleanse your body of toxins. In fact, these non-CBD powder blends also contain key nutrients like organic Lion’s Mane, L-Theanine, organic Matcha Green Tea Leaf, and Pine Bark Extract that help support overall health and wellness. 

Never Underestimate the Power of Meditation

While cleaning house, eating right, and exercising are all very important for both your home and your body, let’s not forget that your mind needs tending to as well. Setting aside some time to meditate and focus your energy on your breath can do wonders to make your body and mind feel more rested and at ease. 

Meditation is a wonderful way to calm the mind and relax the body.

Meditation doesn’t have to be anything grand or complex. It can be something as simple as sitting in your favorite spot inside or outdoors either in silence or while listening to some calming music while you focus on taking deep, calming belly breaths. Maybe you’ll notice the chatter in your mind, and if so, simply observe it like leaves floating down a stream. Short fast breaths will cause your body to feel stressed, while deep belly breaths will make you feel more relaxed and calm.

Spring is a Wonderful Time to Reset and Refresh

While it’s easy to feel bad for unhealthy habits you’ve picked up and any overindulging you did during the winter months, spring is the perfect time to start fresh and create new, healthy habits. A great way to celebrate and kick-off the new season is by deep cleaning your home or living space. 

Once that’s all set, turn your focus inward and think about ways that you can spring clean your body and your mind. Remember, working on yourself doesn’t need to be an expensive, time-consuming process. In making small, simple changes, you’ll be making a large and noticeable difference in your physical and emotional health and wellness. Spring is a time of rebirth and new beginnings. Now’s the perfect time to set some goals that will support your overall wellbeing this season and beyond!