4 Tips to Keep the Weight Off This Holiday Season
The holidays and weight-gain go hand-in-hand. With the decrease in temperatures and your favorite foods to keep you warm, it can be easy to put on a few pounds.
In order to make sure the aforementioned does not happen, here are a few tips to keep yourself in tip top shape as we venture into the yearâ€™s coldest months:
Don’t give up hope just because itâ€™s cold outside. If running outdoors in freezing temperatures isnâ€™t your thing, try giving winter sports a try. Everything from ice-skating to skiing can burn serious calories. Plus, exercising outdoors has been shown to provide greater health benefits than exercising indoors. That said, at the end of the day, itâ€™s really just important that you keep moving; whether that be indoors or outdoors, thatâ€™s up to you.
During the holidays, immune systems generally weaken. From increased alcohol and sugar consumption to lack of sleep and stress, your body is in need of a little extra help. Superfoods, foods high in nutrients, are great for strengthening immune systems. From kale to colorful fruits, make sure youâ€™re stocked up.
Donâ€™t use the holiday season as an excuse to stay up later. Lack of sleep can cause weight gain. Try to get in a solid seven to eight hours every night and donâ€™t go for that second cup of coffee past noon.
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Posted on December 12, 2013, in Health and tagged Christmas and holiday season, Health, Ice skating, Physical exercise, Sleep deprivation, Superfoods, Weight gain, Weight loss. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.