Holiday Eating: 7 Tips to Bounce Back

Eating too much during the holidays is part of the familial American tradition since before I can remember. It’s totally normal to indulge this time of year, but it can leave you with the unpleasant afterthought of how you will detox from all the holiday parties. Even after you indulge, there’s a quick fix to getting back on target, so here’s 7 healthy tips to detox from all those little binges that add up quick:

1) Start your day with Green Tea and lemon instead of coffee:

Green tea is the best food source of a group called catechins. In test tubes, catechins are more powerful than vitamins C and E in halting oxidative damage to cells and appear to have other disease-fighting properties. Studies have found an association between consuming green tea and a reduced risk for several cancers, including, skin, breast, lung, colon, esophageal, and bladder.

2) Hydrate all day long with electrolyte enhanced H20

When you’re feeling low energy from having too much sugar, alcohol or otherwise energy-draining substances, it’s all too easy to reach for coffee to make it through the day. I get it. I love coffee. But caffeine can make you even more dehydrated and tired, so fuel up with Electrolyte H2O. The added electrolytes in water like SmartWater brand, allow the intracellular transmission of water from outside the cell wall to inside, keeping you hydrated, and allowing your muscles to contract. I like to keep a water bottle by my side all day long. You


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Glutathione: Power Antioxidant

Glutathione is the mother of all antioxidants, the master detoxifier and maestro of immunity. GOOD NEWS, our body produces it. BAD NEWS, when the body becomes overloaded with toxins, it switches off the gene that allows for Glutathione to be created and recycled within the body.

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