•Watch Hidden Sugars ~ in things like yogurt, sauces, ketchup, nut butters
•Read Labels and Set Your Intention
•Substitute one meal a day with an Arbonne protein shake, it’s low on the glycemic load, and it tastes great ~ Make mine green please!
•Know before you go…what will be served and prepare
•Avoid Drinking Empty Calories -avoid soda, sports drinks, tonic and know your limit with alcohol
I love La Croix, lime and a pomegranate fizz presented in a wine glass
Or water infused with fresh mint, fresh lime, raspberries and a citrus fizz
•Travel with healthy snacks ~ if you are traveling this holiday take healthy snacks to help you stay on track. I travel with Arbonne protein, greens, fiber, fizz, detox tea and plenty of digestion plus, nuts, and a prepared green salad.
•Don’t treat yourself…when you are out and about, try to avoid the temptation to “treat yourself unless it is with a chair massage or pedicure! It’s easy to grab coffee or snack loaded with sugar. Go for herbal tea or take an Arbonne protein snack bar in your purse to avoid temptation. Save the treats for special occasions.
•Get your zzzz’s. Sleep is one of the most important tools for staying on track during a busy holiday season! Listen to your body, and say no or turn in early with detox tea and a good book, Arbonne lavender essential oil, and some soft music.
•Drink Plenty of water! What does that mean, at least 2/3 of your body weight in water each day! Detox tea and fizz counts and helps add ounces of water. Coffee, soda, sugary drinks take away from water intake. Grab a 32oz water bottle and fill it at least 3 times during the day! This will help you stay hydrated and eliminating effectively to avoid the bloat you often feel during the holidays!
•Exercise and staying active may seem a stretch during your busy holiday, but prioritize your workout! Be sure to recover with lean protein to refuel muscles. Simply grab a shaker cup and fill with ice water and 2 scoops of Arbonne protein. It helps you refuel on the go and avoid overeating or grabbing the wrong foods at your next meal.
•Enjoy your Holidays ~ use tools that help you stay and get back on track. We’d love to hear from you! Please comment below your own tips and tricks!