Navigating the Festive Season: Healthy Tips for a Merry Christmas!

Posted by Riannon Page on

With Christmas just around the corner we know this can be the busiest time of year for a lot of people! That doesn’t mean your health has to take a backseat, so we want to reach out and make sure that you are staying on top of those health goals you’ve been working so hard on all year.Embrace the holiday spirit while prioritising these healthy tips for a joyful and wholesome Christmas.

Keep on top of your supplement regime!

This is the time for all those beautiful supplements to shine. It’s often when things get busy that we forget about our vitamins and herbal support but this is the time to utilise all those amazing benefits our supplements offer us. Stay consistent with your regime and make sure to keep everything in a place where you see it every day!

Stay hydrated.

With Summer in full swing this is so important! Make sure to start the day with a big glass of lemon water to get you off on the right foot. Carry a water bottle with you everywhere and get in some extra hydration with the Hydramama sachets when you’re needing something a little nicer on the taste buds. If you are having alcohol over the holiday period aim to have a glass of water between each drink to ensure water intake is maintained!

Balance your meals with protein, carbohydrates and healthy fats.

This will ensure you are getting the nutrients needed to keep you energised and stabilise blood sugar levels throughout the day. We encourage you to enjoy all the delicious foods this holiday season, but stay balanced with your three main meals by incorporating these three food groups on your plate.

Move your body.

This doesn’t need to be an hour in the gym, any form of movement over your holidays will be amazing! Take the kids for a bike ride or catch up with a friend or family members on a morning walk. If you're away on holidays or having friends and family stay it could be a great time to grab a workout buddy and try that new pilates class you’ve been trying to get too :)

Keep to your sleep schedule.

This goes for the whole family! Keep to your regular routine as much as possible to ensure you are waking up refreshed and getting good quality sleep throughout this busy period. This will help keep the kids in routine as well and prevent burn-out after the holiday period.

We hope you all have a lovely Christmas and New Years. Enjoy this time with your friends and family and take care of your body and mind! 

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