Diet Tips For Christmas

Diet Tips For Christmas

By Urvi Shah  on: 25 December 2017
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1. Don’t shop hungry – We tend to buy a lot more junk on an empty stomach

2. Keep sipping warm water – That will ensure proper hydration and balance temperature

3. Don’t starve yourself – It can get us get ravenous at the party

4. Keep having small and frequent meals – It will save us from the sugar spikes

5. Control portion size – Especially with the desserts

6. Make smart substitutions – Choose your menu wisely

7. Chew well – This will help avoid over-eating

8. Walk more – Taking a walk around ensures activity in case we’ve missed on our work-out

9. Limit alcohol consumption - Try alternatives

10. Catch up with your sleep – That will help maintain our hormonal balance

 


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