Tip #1: Drink plenty of water. The recommendation is to drink at least half your body weight in ounces, so if you weigh 150 pounds, you need at least 75 ounces of water a day. Drinking a little water with lemon or unfiltered apple cider vinegar can also help your digestion, so you can start your day with it or drink it before a meal. If you are drinking alcohol, be sure to drink two glasses of water in between each alcoholic drink. Lastly, remember that herbal teas also count towards your hydration. A cup of peppermint tea is a great way to end the evening and is soothing to your tummy!
Tip #2: Keep moving. During the busy holiday season our regular schedules can get thrown off, including our workouts. Remember you don’t need to go to the gym to be moving. Movement can be as easy as:
- Take a short walk during your lunch break
- When running errands or shopping, try walking instead or park a bit further away to get a little walking in.
- Cleaning your house counts as movement too!
- Have a 20-minute dance party at your house every evening.
If you keep moving during this holiday, you will feel stronger, better and lighter!
Tip #3: Have a plan. This will look very different for everyone, but having a plan for the next few weeks will help you stay happy and healthy. Maybe for you the plan means taking some “me time” each week to get a massage, go to yoga class, or take a walk. For others it may involve setting a plan for keeping sugar at a minimum or eating mindfully at holiday functions. Maybe you aren’t even sure where to start? That’s where I can help!
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