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Wednesday, 3 December 2014
Christmas holidays are wonderful! We get together with family and friends and spend some much needed time relaxing and recuperating from a busy year. We tend to think of Christmas as being only one day, but in reality the holiday season generally lasts two to three weeks; a long period of time when it’s full of temptations!
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Christmas holidays are wonderful! We get together with family and friends and spend some much needed time relaxing and recuperating from a busy year. We tend to think of Christmas as being only two days, but in reality the holiday season generally lasts two to three weeks; a long period of time when it’s full of temptations!
Unfortunately, by the time the holidays are over it’s not surprising that some of us find we have gained a bit of weight, which is confirmed by the fact that one of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions is… you guessed it… 'to lose weight'. Wouldn’t it be great to start the New Year feeling fit and fabulous, instead of heavy, lazy and filled with regret about all those bad decisions?
This year, why not challenge yourself? Instead of entering the Christmas holidays with the mindset that you can just lose all that excess weight in the New Year, why not stay on track and start the New Year feeling great; with a different New Year’s Resolution. You can still enjoy the festive season, satisfy your cravings and stay on track, all at the same time.
Strategies to help you stay on track and outsmart those holiday temptations:
Thank you for joining us on our journey to better understand sugar, its addictive nature and the impact it can have on us and how we help to manage this impact.
We’d love to hear your thoughts and experiences on reducing sugar from your diet. Let us know what recommendations have helped you along the way. We would also love to hear any of your hot tips as well. Feel free to share with the Good Health community on Facebook.
Whether you’re continuing your ‘less sugar’ journey, or just starting out, we wish you all the best! Please drop back in and tell us how it went when you’re done.
Good luck, especially for the festive season - it’s definitely worth the effort!
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