We’re just days away from the biggest holiday of the year, and you-know-who is feverishly making his list and checking it twice. You may even be doing the same! But, one thing you may not have decided yet is what will you leave out for Santa (*wink*) when he slides down the chimney.
Did you know that more than 75 percent of Americans say they will likely gift a sweet treat to their family and friends this holiday season, according to the National Confectioners Association? You read that right! Roughly three out of every four holiday guests will pop by your place with a plate of sugary snacks.
Thanksgiving is a greatest hits collection of food that feeds the stomach and soothes the soul. It is the culinary equivalent of being tucked into a warm bed on a cold night. But, where does that leave you if you’re on the hook for hosting duties this year and you want to try to be healthier in your approach? How do you reconcile your health and weight loss goals with hungry guests who are expecting — nay, demanding — all the Thanksgiving classics?
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It’s one of nature’s cruel little ironies that one of the toughest periods for your immune system coincides with the holidays. You know there’s nothing worse than having to miss out on spending time with friends and family because you’re out of commission and at home recuperating. Fortunately, there are some things you can do proactively to keep yourself healthy this season.
The holidays are right around the corner and even the best intentionally minded folk have problems with overeating. While overindulging on occasion isn’t necessarily a bad thing, the effects could wreak havoc on your body, and symptoms could last up to a few days. Maybe your pants are feeling a bit snug, or you have a lingering headache or are experiencing abdominal pain. These could all be signs that your body might benefit from a holiday Cleanse Day.
It’s time to get into the Fall/Winter spirit with meals and snacks that celebrate the season(s)! We know it’s that time of year where freshly baked cookies, home cooked casseroles, and chocolate-covered everything are tempting you from every angle. But, as the sweet treats close in on you, make sure you’re armed with these healthier meal and snack swaps!