Detoxing after holidays

Detoxing after holidays
 

When the greatest holidays of the year are over, most of us notice that we have become a little heavier than usual. Trying to reach our previous weight, we start going on a strict diet based on eating almost nothing and staying in the gym for hours. Instead of doing so and harming our body, it would be better to follow these five simple steps of detoxing that can lead us to amazing results:

1. Ban sugar and salt. Cutting out the sugar and salt should be the first step for those who want to return their normal weight. If you’ve been having nourishing dishes during the holiday time, avoid for at least three days all the salty and sugary dishes in order to help for your body.

2. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Start eating 7 to 12 servings of fruits and vegetables a day to boost your digestion up and clean your body from the toxins. Carefully choose various products to get all the vitamins and minerals that are needed for our body.


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Don’t overdo at the gym. Though you may think that in order to get rid of extra pounds you have gained during the holidays you need a killer workout, it’s not true. Doctors say that it’s better to do a little workout every day than work too hard and then become incapable of doing anything for some days.

4. Drink lots of water. When it comes to detoxing after the holiday time, water is the helper Nr.1 because it helps to get rid of toxins. To know how much water you need, divide your body weight in half and drink that many ounces.

5. Ignore the scale. Because of all the holiday nourishing meal, which definitely includes sugar, salt and fat, you will probably be a few pounds heavier than usual. Instead of finding yourself disappointed about your weight, avoid the scale. Follow the tips written above and weigh yourself after one week. You should be back to your usual size!

 

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