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The holiday season, the most wonderful time of the year. Or is it? It tends to be a time of year that can't go by without loads and loads of unhealthy food.
Already feel your waist expanding? Brush it off. Now you actually *can* have your cake and stay fit too. To enjoy the holiday feasts and not come out a few pounds heavier, just stick to these golden rules of Fit-mas.
Between stuffing ourselves with Christmas delicacies, watching TV and spending time with loved ones, it’s ridiculously easy to slip into hibernation mode. But while time seems to stand still, you shouldn’t.
Make sure to get up, stretch and go for a (house) walk every 30 to 60 minutes. This will improve your circulation and keep your metabolism running, so you can burn calories without really trying.
Spread your meals evenly throughout the day to avoid overeating. That way you’ll be more likely to keep your blood sugar levels steady and make healthier food choices. As a result, you’ll be able to lose weight faster and keep it off longer
Always stay hydrated. Thirst can be easily confused with hunger, prompting you to eat when you should actually be drinking. Make sure to drink your water through the entire day and especially before any large meals.
A glass or two before lunch or dinner will reduce the number of calories consumed and help you shed weight much faster. And take it easy on the alcohol. The less, the better.
Opt for healthier food and snack choices when planning festive meals. If you feel like nibbling on something in between big meals, have it be hummus-dipped celery instead of potato chips. Healthy, delicious, and most importantly - easy to make ahead!
Obviously, we don't want you to completely give up everything that makes this season special. Enjoy your favourite Christmas dinner guilt-free with the FastSlim Duo.
A powerful weight-loss combo that will eliminate water weight and block the absorption of fats!
*[Results may vary. Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle, which are important.]