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5 Healthy Holiday Tips for Navigating Parties

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We’ve gathered our best healthy holiday tips to help you navigate the season when sticking to a special diet or cleanse plan can seem impossible as treats and indulgences are constantly being offered up in the spirit of holiday cheer.

Healthy Holiday Tips: Be Healthy Without Being A Bore

‘Tis the season when the invitations start filling our inboxes and we merrily hop from company cocktail hours to after-school bake sales day by day. To have a healthy holiday season, our healthy holiday tips are essential for navigating the holiday party season in health…

  1.     Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate

Though it may sound simple, our most important healthy holiday tip is the easiest way anyone can feel a little healthier during the holidays. Staying healthy during the holidays requires an energized body that’s functioning optimally. If you are drinking alcoholic beverages or hot caffeinated drinks, drink more water between drinks to stay on top of your game.

  1.     Replace a meal with a Healthy Shake

Drink a nutrient-dense Daily Shake before heading out to your holiday event. This will fill you up on craving-killing micronutrients. Add healthy fats and proteins such as avocados and chia seeds to keep you full around tempting buffets of holiday treats.

  1.     Cook Healthy Meals 

Headed to a cozy seasonal potluck? Cook up some Clean Eats healthy holiday meals and share the gift of health! This will ensure that you are staying healthy by having something satisfying on hand that won’t weigh you down.

  1.     Dance, Move & Shake

And sing, and laugh (a lot). Food and drinks are accessories to any good party. Focus on creating healthy connections with loved ones through conversation in celebration of good times.

  1.     Say No to Stay Healthy

Don’t be afraid to politely decline when you’ve received one-too-many invites. Save your time and energy for the people and gatherings that bring you the most joy. It’s OK to pass up invites in favor of quality time with a loved one -- even if that means spending some quality time with yourself.

We are always here to support you, call up one of our Wellness Coaches for some extra healthy holiday tips to stay motivated this holiday season.

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Topics: Clean Life

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