Another holiday season is upon us, and with it all the excitement that accompanies it, as well as all it’s chaos. The holiday season commemorates a tradition of cultural or religious importance. At the same time, it can serve as a period to enjoy the company of your loved ones, have better interactions, and center yourself — even if you don’t celebrate christmas, hanukkah, or kwanzaa.

Many times, we get caught up with the rush and chaos of the holiday season and lose sight of it’s true meaning. Most times, this period becomes a time of pandemonium, lethargy, material excess, bingeing, and/or conflict.

Maybe this year, we can approach it in a different manner.

Here are a few tips on how to survive the holidays and approach them in a healthier manner:

Nutrition

Remember that what you eat has a direct impact on your body and your mind. Even if you are eating a little extra, do not neglect your daily dose of organic vegetables and fruits, lean proteins, and healthy fats.

Keep yourself hydrated. Drink at least 3 liters of water daily.

Take supplements to fill in the nutritional gaps in your diet. At least, take a whole-food multivitamin, probiotics, vitamin C, D, Fish or krill oil, and powdered greens.

Remain Active

Do you want to avoid disease or improve your health?? Avoid sedentarism!

Exercise is a must: Incorporate cardio and strength training at least 4 times a week.

Keep Your Mind & Spirit on Track

It helps to have a holistic approach when dealing with the holidays. It is not only about keeping your body healthy. You must keep you mind and spirit on the right track.

  • Be good to yourself. Do things that you enjoy and allow you to relax.

Forget about just surviving the holidays….

I Wish you a Magnificent Holiday Season!!!

To a Fitter Healthier You,

Adriana

The Fitness Wellness Mentor

www.fitnall.com

Author of “28 Days to a New Life: A Holistic Approach” Fitness & Wellness Mentor, Blogger FitnAll.com, MA Forensic Psychology, Fitness & Nutrition Certification

Author of “28 Days to a New Life: A Holistic Approach” Fitness & Wellness Mentor, Blogger FitnAll.com, MA Forensic Psychology, Fitness & Nutrition Certification