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#1 Tips to Healthy Detoxification after Christmas

Many of us know the consequences that come from overindulging during holiday season, especially between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Here is #1 secret to healthy detoxification after Christmas:

A Cup of Green Tea

Relive yourself with green/herbal tea

Drink green tea or herbal tea after each meal to soothe and prevent bloating. Peppermint, chamomile, and ginger tea are other good choices for settling the stomach 


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Having Healthy Christmas Breakfast with this #1 Secret

Eating Breakfast

Eating Breakfast for Healthy Christmas Good Start

Breakfast is important meal when we start a new day because it  help give us all a good start to the day, especially during this Christmas season.

Try this healthy Christmas breakfast with #1 secret. You’ll benefits from:

1. boost your metabolism
2. Burn more body fat
3. Get more energy at the start if the day
4. Feel less hungry after breakfast because of high fiber from cereal and fruits
5. No more craving for something sweet

The recipe:

Add a few pieces of fresh apple and pear with your usual breakfast cereal/oatmeal when serving your family. The combination of apple, pear and cereal/oatmeal provide high fiber, therefore will boost your metabolism and burn more body fats.

Healthy Eating on Christmas Special Report

Healthy Eating on Christmas Special Report

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#1 Christmas Healthy Eating Tips You Must Observe

It’s easy to pig yourself out on Christmas.

Here is the number 1 rule you must observe:

Eat in moderation

Enjoy eating a bit of everything if you can. There’s no food that you should avoid altogether, provided that you don’t over do it.

Get yourself a slice of rich fruit cake, a chocolate reindeer, a serving of crisp-skinned turkey and a small glass of eggnog. You’ll be doing fine.

If you keep it to a reasonable serving size and confine the feasting to a couple of days, it’s very unlikely you’ll be gaining pounds in just one Christmas day.

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Serve Turkey for Healthy Christmas Dish

Roasted Turkey

Turkey A Healthy Christmas Dish

Turkeys are traditionally eaten as the main course of Christmas feasts in much of the world.

Turkey is naturally low in fat without the skin, containing only 1 gram of fat per ounce of flesh.

Turkey provides almost half of the recommended daily allowance of folic acid, and is a good source of B vitamins and minerals like zinc and potassium.

These nutrients have been found to keep blood cholesterol down and heart disease; boost the immune system, and regulate blood pressure.

To make a healthy turkey meal, leave the skin on the turkey before you cook. This helps to preserve the juiciness and tenderness of the bird.

Remove the skin once the turkey is ready to be served.

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“Healthy Eating on Christmas” Special Report – Buy Now

Healthy Eating on Christmas

"Healthy Eating on Christmas" shows You the Way to being Healthier You on Christmas

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Are you 10-15 pounds heavier during holiday season every year?

There are ways to keep your diet healthy during the Christmas season.

This special report “Healthy Eating on Christmas” shows you:

1. 10 Christmas Healthy Eating Tips
2. 5 Christmas Foods that are Healthy
3. Bad Christmas Food to Avoid
4. Healthy Breakfast, Lunch/Dinner
5. Detoxify your Body
6. Healthy Weight Management

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#1 Thing to be Remember When Celebrating Christmas

 Reality Check

Celebrate and focus on what Christmas is really about.  They are designed to spend time with family and friends and enjoy each other’s company.

And it’s not just about eating and drinking till you ballon up.

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