Keeping Health Safe during this Year’s Holiday Season

Keeping Health Safe during this Year’s Holiday Season

Keeping health safe during this year’s holiday season

Holidays are the critical time of the year as all the parties, gatherings, and delicious meals work against your health and fitness.

The holiday events are the happiest time of the year, but if you do not watch it, that happiness can result in the gain of unwanted pounds. It is time when typically people fall short in the gyms and slack off from their healthy eating routines.

Even though you have some time until the next holiday arrives, you need to make a game plan beforehand to avoid falling prey to the shortfalls. A proper plan will help you stay on track and still enjoy a wonderful holiday season.

Make no excusesAvoid Using Holiday as an Excuse:

People justify slipping off from their healthy eating habits and their absence from the gyms because of the holidays. This use of holiday season as an excuse leads to binge eating and the lack of exercise then results in gain of unwanted pounds.

The busy schedule is another thing that causes people to give in to the tricky situations. It is important that you take out the time to exercise and stay fit, which will go hand in hand with making healthier choices at holiday functions.

Stay Accountable Even During the Holidays:

Another way to keep a check on yourself is to stay accountable by planning ahead of time. If you have so much to do in so little time, making a list of chores and dividing the time can help you to set aside time for exercise as well.  Fit in your exercise routines in your busy schedule as well as take time out for making healthier meals at home.

Eating everythingYou Are Not Obligated to Eat Everything:

If you really care for your health, then start preparing your mind to eat in moderation when the next holiday comes around. Holiday dishes are laden with cream, butter, and sugar that all leads towards unhealthy eating. If you have a table in front of you that is filled with all those heavy holiday foods, then go for options that have less fat in them than the others. If there is salad on the table, great! Fill up your plate with light and healthy items and drink a bottle of water instead of fizzy drinks and alcohol.

In Conclusion:

Do not think of holiday season as a chance to slip off from your healthy routines and get out of shape. Be accountable of your eating habits and start planning for healthier holiday gatherings from now on without depriving yourself of all the fun!

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Monica Gray

Hello! My name is Monica Gray. I’m blessed to be the mother of nine year old triplets: Blake, Charlise (goes by Charlie), and Jackson. I have been happily married for 16 years to my husband Chuck, and we have a blast…most of the time :)

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