When your diary is full of Christmas parties and family gatherings, these tips can help you stay on track and still having fun! 1. Have a snack, before a party Y​ou are less likely to overeat. Don’t go to a party hungry. If you do, you will be getting your body’s urges for sugar. A small handful mix nuts (chestnut, almonds, cashew, walnuts, pecan, pistache, ..) or some raw vegetables (carrots, celery, cucumber, cherry tomatoes,..) will keep you full for long. 2. Enjoy the roast Roast turkey (protein) and vegetables (fibre) are associated with greater satiety. Make sure to serve up some turkey, roasted chicken, or prepare plant-based protein quinoa, lentils, or beans. 3. Make red wine your festive friend When you do drink alcohol, make good choice. Avoid creamy and sweet drinks and excessive alcohol. Try to drink with food as this will reduce the impact of the sugars on your blood stream. Remember if you do overindulge in alcoholic drinks, drink plenty of water as rehydration is key to help reduce the effects of a hangover. 4. Healthy fats We need fat in our diets to provide energy and absorb the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K, plus fat helps us...

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