It’s that time of year again, the time where we begin to indulge in all of the sugary snacks of the holiday season, Alcohol and Rich Foods. Following Halloween and its barrage of candy coming to a close and the cold air blowing in, we begin to settle into old habits of lying on the couch under a blanket watching football eating and drinking all of the things we wouldn’t dare to during those warm summer months.
The onslaught of Christmas goodies hitting the grocery store shelves way too early and all the wines, liqueurs and beers being placed on special may make it hard to continue your quest to eat healthy and make it to those 6:30am pre work workouts.
Now there’s nothing wrong with indulging in a glass of red on the weekends or a tasty dessert, but doing so in moderation can help to avoid the acquisition of those dreaded extra holiday pounds.
Moderation is the key to enjoying the flavors of the holiday season while still enjoying taking that second long glance in the mirror enjoying the labors of all the hard work you put into those early morning workouts.
Balance my dear friends is key! That pleasant blend of exercise and nutrition, that when paired fairly will leave you happy in your Christmas outfits. Though when imbalance sets in… Cringing when you try to fit into them!
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