3 Ways to Cope (Nutritionally) at Holidays

I’m going to make this super short & sweet. Just how chocolate-filled holidays should be, too - not a looong, dragged out slow and painful slaughter of our immune system with whopping amounts of refined sugar. Read: [5 Ways to Stronger Immunity]

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Let me break this down for you in the most simplest terms: Buy the chocolate or candy, eat some of it, slowly and mindfully, enjoying it and give the rest away and move on with your life. Don’t support the oncoming flu season with more and more candy for days and weeks afterward!

Here’s my best 3 tools for how to cope best with holidays (in the nutrition world.)

  1. Just because the candy or chocolate bars are mini, doesn’t mean you should eat more of them.

  2. Just because the chocolate bars are on sale the day after holidays in the grocery store, doesn’t mean you have to buy a ton of them.

  3. Just because the chocolate bars are in the house, doesn’t mean you have to eat them.

Here’s more tools for how to get through holidays (“sugar overloads”) mindfully and healthily.

Read how I support my immune system best all winter long: [7 Ways to Keep Balance in Winter]

Read my absolute favourite magical winter breakfast + drink: [Why You NEED Bone Broth]

Read the fastest ways to improve your immunity: [5 Ways to Stronger Immunity]

Read the magic mushrooms that I love eating: [Top 5 Magic Mushrooms + Their Superpowers]

Drink the kool-aid: Check out the bubbly brew I use to get probiotics in the most tasty format. [Experience Kombucha]

At Halloween, I’ll be enjoying some caramel corn [Because Halloween Can Be Sort of Healthy] …..and the most excellent apples: ambrosia.

Happy Holidays!

xo,

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