Eating shouldn’t be complicated, but your daily routine might be shaken up a bit during holiday times.
More sweets. More drinks. Eating later than normal.
If you are one of the healthy ones who consistently keeps the simplicity of eating in your daily diet, you can still maintain that discipline during a holiday celebration.
It’s OK to cheat a little during holiday celebrations, but remember if you have sweets or alcohol, simply have smaller helpings.
And avoid the diet sweeteners. It can get awkward sometimes, but you might want to ask the cook if they used artificial sweeteners in any of the dishes, especially in desserts. If so, grab a handful of nuts instead.
If you typically don’t drink liquor, choose a glass of red wine for the family salute, or simply add some seltzer to fruit juice for the holiday toast.
Water with a lemon, lime, or an orange slice works well, too.
When celebrating with friends and family, enjoy yourself and enjoy the food, which means that you can still maintain your healthy eating program to feel better, wake the next day with more energy, and keep any stress out of the celebrations.
Drink Plenty Of Water During Holiday Parties
Water is important when keeping your body strong, and if you fall off of your healthy eating wagon for a holiday celebration, just make sure to drink plenty of water to flush away any sugar, fats, or food chemicals that you typically do not eat.
Take Your Vitamins Before and After
When you know that you are going to be tempted to eat or drink what you normally would not eat when at a holiday party, make sure to take your multi-vitamins, vitamin C, niacin, and B-Complex before and after the celebration.
You might pack some digestive enzymes in your purse or backpack, too. These really come in handy after eating and drinking at parties.
French Green Clay
Drinking a glass of French Green Clay for detoxing is also a good thing to do when you get home from a celebration before you go to sleep. Mix it before you leave for the party, and it’ll be waiting for you when you get home.
Also consider taking a second glass of clay water the following morning.
Nothing eliminates food toxins better than the green clay. It works for hangovers, too.
Have a healthy celebration during holiday times. Don’t deny yourself a good time; maintain your dietary regimen while having a good time – and share your holiday secrets.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.
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