Holidays are approaching... as well as unhealthy foods. What to do?

Holidays are approaching... as well as unhealthy foods. What to do?

by Elena Mironova December 02, 2016

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Christmas and New Yeah holidays are near which means an abundance of rich, fatty foods, sugar-packed desserts, and alcohol. Off course holidays is the time to indulge more the usual however let's not lose the sight of how quickly they end, leaving you with a weight of guilt. Thanks to a wide variety of gastronomical delicacies available, it is quite possible to still treat yourself with deliciousness with reduced amount of calories and processed fat.

While looking for holiday food alternatives I came across an article which gives a quick snapshot of healthy and not so healthy snacks to consider in different situations. Date night, cafe, movies to name a few, take a quick look - you will be impressed with how easy it is to be mindful of what you eat this festive season.




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