7 Easy Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain And Have a Great Time Doing It
Christina Sarich | Natural Society | Dec, 2014
You know that it is coming every year – the inevitable, average 5 to 10 pound gain (or more) that accompanies a host of Christmas parties, Hanukkah celebrations, and New Year’s Eve bashes. You don’t have to suffer form this yearly tradition any longer, though.
Here are 7 super easy ways to avoid the holiday bulge, and still have plenty of fun while doing it:
1. Fill up with Fruits and Veggies Instead of Fruitcakes and Holiday Cocktails
One of the easiest ways to eat healthfully while not having to completely abstain from all the holiday treats you love is to start with the good stuff. Instead of grabbing Grandma’s sugar cookies or another piece of Aunt Sarah’s chocolate pie, eat as much organic broccoli, kale, spinach, apples, oranges, goji berries, and seaweed (etc.) as possible. This will fill you up, give you energy, and make turning down that second dessert much easier.
2. Stay Hydrated
Also be sure to drink plenty of water and green tea (also a calorie burning boost) since staying hydrated is all-important in the winter months and will help you not to READ MORE at: