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How to Have a Healthy Holiday Season

Published December 18, 2017

Eating well is a key component of remaining healthy through the stress of the holidays, from shopping and gift getting to cooking and eating. Fresh veggies and lean proteins contain essential nutrients, vitamins, and compounds that can help boost your mood and prevent stress from kicking in. Fiber-rich foods help satiate hunger, and fresh fruits and veggies can help keep you hydrated. You’ve probably read about the benefits of antioxidants, but what you may not know is that antioxidants are also helpful in reducing stress. Berries of any kind are high in antioxidants, so eat them raw or throw them into a smoothie. Dark, leafy greens contain more nutrients than their lighter-hued counterparts. Loading up on a spinach salad, which contains folate, can help produce dopamine in the brain, which in turn can help calm you down. Keeping up a good diet can help you battle stress and keep your weight down, even through the holidays—and it’s easier to do if you have a plan. Read more…

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