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During the holidays, family gatherings are often synonymous with a well-laden table: traditional meat pies, yule logs, various sweets and desserts all serve to tempt us and make our hearts sing, but sometimes, they leave their effects on the body. How can we balance fun and health during this time of rejoicing?
Let’s be honest, December is often not the month where we are the most concerned with our health. Absorbed by holiday preparations, and by celebrations, we sometimes forget the ramifications of our dietary choices, stress, lack of sleep and of other less than healthy choices we temporarily adopt. Isn’t Santa Claus the perfect figure exemplifying this typical overindulgence during the holidays with his gleeful look and his big round stomach?
The holidays can sometimes be synonymous with “holiday faux pas”, especially in terms of diet. Several people give themselves permission to let things slide and this isn’t without consequences… starting with the feelings of guilt.
Eating poorly or too much has many inconveniences, such as:
Here are a few tips on how to make healthy choices before and during these holiday gatherings:
Propose a “smoke-free” party. Remember that exposure to second-hand smoke is just as bad for your health.
During the holidays, you can cut yourself some well-deserved slack, especially if you have put in the effort all year long! You can be enthusiastic while letting your more reasonable side do its part. And when you do cross the line of overindulgence, and you feel its effects, remember that your pharmacist is always there to help you!
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