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Ways to stay healthy this season

October 22, 2019

Christmas may still be two months away but Filipinos are already starting to plan parties and family get-togethers to celebrate. After all, Christmas is a time for presents, eating, drinking, and being merry. For many, however, Christmas is a time when healthy habits go out the window.

According to the study of The New England Journal of Medicine, people around the globe tend to gain weight during the holidays. The study showed that the people gained weight by 0.5 percent during the days after Christmas. The bad news is that it can take months to shave the holiday weight gain. And people know what can happen if they don’t lose the excess weight.

For many, Christmas is a time when healthy habits go out the window, but this should not be the case.

To help people stay healthy during the holidays, home appliances brand Beko Philippines listed 3 simple ways and tips on staying healthy and fit throughout the ‘ber’ months.

Monitor what you eat

As celebrations are inevitable, eating consciously and mindfully is key to being healthy. Study what is beneficial to eat and know the foods that are with good or bad cholesterol. Always remember to choose what is fresh and organic. And refrain from foods that are greasy, fatty, and sugary.

Do not over indulge

Food is love in the merry season. But too much love can hurt. It’s okay to binge on food for a night but binging for an entire season is a different story. Eating three times a day is good enough. More fruits, vegetables, and lean meat should be on the menu. Eating right is not that complicated at all. Focusing on variety, choosing lean meat, avoiding added sugars is a start.

Move your body

Now is the time to get moving. Pick a workout and start the sweat. Refrain from sitting all day for too much is bad for the physical and mental health. Do sports, jog, dance, or do anything that keeps the heart pumping. Being physically active isn’t just for a healthy body, it is for a brighter life. After all, it’s the season to be jolly, not lazy.

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