Drink water, being conscious of what you eat and staying active are some of the things you should not neglect during the holidays.

¿ What are we supposed to do to avoid gaining weight and still enjoy our December traditions? 

In between, gatherings, festive dinners, our caloric intake increases and the time we take for ourselves decreases as well as our physical activity. This is the main reason why it's so easy to gain weight in a short period of time.

That's why we will provide you with 5 recommendations for this time of the year

  Do not skip any meal: Fasting for long periods of time could potentially harm your health, due to the food restriction and drink could cause low performance in our day-to-day activities from a physical lethargy, to health decompensations.

  Stay active at least 4 times a week: doing any physical activity extra as a sport if necessary during this time if necessary go for a 30-minute walk or a high-intensity workout 

Drink 2 liters of water daily: decreasing your water intake os one of the biggest mistakes we can make, remember that we are 60-70 % water. Staying hydrated will help us keep our organs in balance, including your skin.

Avoid having heavy dinners every day: There will be days like Christmas eve and new years eve that tend to have a higher caloric intake, and it is ok to have a heavier dinner 1 or 2 days a week but try your best to eat balanced the rest of the week. 

 Control your Alcohol Intake: alcohol inside of our bodies are only carbohydrates and sugar, Therefore, each alcoholic beverage contains a lot of calories, not to mention that some soda, syrups, and creams usually have added sugar.


 That's it for today!!! I hope this is helpful to you!!! Enjoy your holidays !!!!! what matters the most about this time of the year is to be surrounded by our loved ones.

Please comment below your thoughts about these tips !! 


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