Now that Thanksgiving has officially kicked off the holiday season, we’ve rounded up all of our past blog articles on how to have a healthy holiday season. So grab blanket and cozy up to the fire to read our best holiday tips. You’ll be ready to face all the festivities in no time!
11 tips to burn off those Thanksgiving calories – If you found yourself overindulging this Thanksgiving, the best thing you can do is get right back on track with your healthy lifestyle the next morning. There’s no better feeling than starting the day with some physical activity to burn off all those extra calories that were consumed the night before.
Plan of action for holiday events and parties – Holidays, parties, and other events are often a combination of fun, food, and emotions, which play an important role in our eating patterns. If you’re on a healthy eating plan, parties and events will put your commitment to the test. Read more to create your plan of action for events.
Healthy celebrations when you’re the host or hostess – When we’re providing holiday food for the family, it’s easy to fix everyone’s high-calorie favorites—and to indulge in them. It’s important to remember that regaining our health is important to those who love us, and plan ahead. Here are five tips to keep you on track when you’re the host/hostess.
10 Tips to Build Resilience – Stress occurs all year round, but can be especially strong over the holidays. That’s why we dug into the archives and pulled out this treasure for Throwback Thursday. Read on to build up your resilience and relieve that holiday stress!
Get your updated Healthy Celebrations Guide today! – Get excited! We’ve released an updated version of our Healthy Celebrations Guide. This wonderful little book is packed full of tips to help you learn how to celebrate and stay healthy at the same time. See an excerpt here.
Enjoy your own holidays drinks with Medifast Shakes – Don’t be tempted by all those sugary cocktails at holiday parties this season! Make your own low-calorie, low-carbohydrate shakes instead.