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Easter is almost here and with it a giving spirit. Whether you are Christian or not, we all can celebrate Easter. Easter can be seen as a period of revitalization, rebirth, a physical and spiritual transformation, or just an opportunity to connect to our loved ones.

To give you some background, this holiday commemorates the resurrection of Jesus from the dead after his crucifixion. The resurrection is one of the main events that led to the establishment of Christianity.  Most scholars relate Easter to the Jewish holiday of Passover, connecting the Last Supper – Jesus’ last meal with his disciples – to the Passover meal, which celebrates the survival of the Jews during their captivity in Egypt, a rebirth as free people in the Promised Land. In a secular note, Easter celebrates a new year of growth, spring, the changing of seasons.

Easter has developed awesome traditions. During this holiday, some people attend parades and festivals. Others decorate Easter eggs, painting or dying hard-boiled eggs with beautiful colors and designs. Many engage in egg hunting, where Easter eggs are hidden and children are encouraged to collect them and get prizes.

In addition, Easter gave birth to the concept of the Easter Bunny. It originated as a rabbit carrying colored eggs in his basket. The Easter bunny has a similar role as Santa Claus. It evaluates children’s behavior. If they have been good, they get baskets with treats and other gifts.

Going along with this symbolism, I discovered Bunny James Boxes, which are also inspired by a bunny. A bunny that puts boxes together with only the best nutritious treats. If you are looking for some awesome Easter Baskets, they offer great variety for all kinds of nutritional preferences from a high-protein, vegan, keto, paleo, gluten-free, and dairy-free to allergy-free baskets. Their baskets contain only healthy, high quality, non-GMO, and organic snacks. You can also order them on Amazon Bunny James Gift Boxes

Healthy Treats & Egg Hunting on Easter through COVID-19

Remember, snacking doesn’t have to be unhealthy, and when it is healthy, snacking doesn’t have to be tasteless or “gross.” This Easter, give a healthy treat!

To a Fitter Healthier You,

Adriana Albritton

The Fitness Wellness Mentor

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