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7 Tips To Bounce Back After Eating A Bit Too Much

7 Tips To Bounce Back After Eating A Bit Too Much | Health and Fitness |

"No matter how healthy we are in our "normal" lives, most of us tend to loosen the reigns a little bit (or a lot) during the holidays. If you have a tendency to get into that all-or-nothing mentality, you might just wake up on January 1st wondering where all your healthy habits went."


Personally, I relate to this: I have a super addictive personality, so when I get into something, I have a tendency to go all in. With a little experimentation, though, I've found that it doesn't have to be so extreme. If you put a little intention into your self care, you can continue to show up for life in a vibrant, energetic state—even during the season of endless indulgences!

Ekaterina's curator insight, December 17, 2013 10:27 PM

The Perfectionist in you is making your life difficult! It is time he has been shown the door.

Carolyn Maddalena-Maloney ~ Reiki Practitioner's curator insight, January 3, 2014 4:55 AM

OK, my hand's up! I am guilty of double dipping dessert on more than one occasion over the last couple of weeks, and I am sure I am not the only one who had a glass or two, or more, of bubbly here and if you found yourself over indulging over the Holiday season too, you may find this scoop insightful. Now all we have to do is bring back a little balance and settle into 2014!


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Why It's Important To Keep Your Gut Healthy

Why It's Important To Keep Your Gut Healthy | Health and Fitness |

"Be honest: when was the last time you thought about how healthy your digestive system was?"


The truth is that we only tend to think about it when something goes wrong, but Gut Week is all about focussing on how important it is to consider what you eat.


Think of the digestive system as the pistons of an engine - to get the most amount of energy, and to ward off future illnesses, it's important to keep it running right.


Via PAT NOVAK, stephanie ingram
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