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Ways to Stay Healthy This Holiday Season

by Stephanie Yates on January 04, 2021

WAYS TO STAY HEALTHY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

You deserve a holiday; a healthy holiday will be better.

Welcome you to the most amazing period of the year! That's right – we have the holiday potlucks, the cookie swaps, the Eggnog, even the delicious sweets and cakes you get from friends. However, let's say it; as much as we love holidays, and they are the best time for amazing threats, they can ruin our year's fitness work. However, in the course of this blog, we will be discussing ways to keep up with your healthy habits during this period and treating yourself as well!

YOU HAVE THE HOLIDAY PARTIES (A LOT OF DRINKING)

Having a few drinks at a holiday party? Nothing to hide, all alcohol is filled with calories. When it comes to drinking during holidays, there is no way to avoid the calories – however, we have few swaps that can keep those extra calories in check.

If you love a cocktail, ask your bartender to skip the syrup. You can also ask for a splash of any juice you love. If you have the chance of getting your drink to the party, then you should consider a blueberry juice with soda water

YOU LOVE EGGNOG?

Everyone loves the Eggnog; but you should spice it up with something healthier like a healthy beverage. With the right recipes, you can make your holiday-inspired shake.

IT’S POTLUCK PEOPLE

It will be a lie if we say we don't share in the office treat during the holidays. If you're having a potluck, the chance is you won't be the only one that is on the lookout for healthy options. All you have to do is make a yummy protein ball or a crockpot of sweet potato chili. There are a lot of recipes to choose from and still get the chance to wow your colleagues.

DON'T SKIP YOUR ROUTINE

This is not easy during this period, but it's very important. No matter the time year, once you start skipping your gym sessions, you start making excuses for them. This way, you start losing your healthy habit that you've worked hard for. This is most difficult during the holidays – the parties, the dinners, and every other event. Try switching your workout routine to a different time of the day if the holiday is making it hard for you to maintain! Instead of waiting until after work, you could squeeze in a morning workout at home.

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