Whats for lunch?Grilled Cheese with Fig and Basil
Smart Bite: Try an inversion. There's no better way to break up the monotony of your everyday routine than to literally "invert" yourself, or put your body upside down via an inversion yoga pose.
According to Yoga Journal's "Inversion 101," "In yoga, inversions are sometimes broadly defined as positions in which the heart is higher than the head (as in Dolphin or Downward-Facing Dog), and sometimes more narrowly defined as positions in which the feet are higher than the heart (Headstand or Shoulderstand). For simplicity's sake, you can consider poses in the first category as mild inversions and those in the second category as full inversions."