5 Common Winter Health Problems And Their Solutions! Part 1 – *Weight Gain*

1. 30 Minute Workout

To best combat weight gain, make a conscious effort to get at least 30 minutes of exercise—such as an indoor spin class, yoga class, or come up with your own at-home workout (try Pinterest or Youtube) —and try doing this at least 2-3 times per week.

2. Eat Before You Go

Eat healthy before you go to a party. By the time you’ve reached the party, the sensory system (eyes and nose) have been satisfied and won’t get excited as much. It is hard to overeat with an already full stomach.

3. Drink Water

Drink a big glass of water before you eat. If #1 wasn’t for you then try to get the same result with drinking a glass of water which will have the same effect of making you full.

4. Eat Salads And Veggies First

Veggies and salads are normally low in calories (depending on the salad dressing or dip), nutritious and filling. Make a promise with yourself: After you have eaten a plate full of greens you can dig into whatever comes your way!

Source: Tips To Avoid Winter Weight Gain

What’s coming next?! Here’s a hint: If you are in close proximity with many people, this could cause the second common winter health problem!

Stay tuned for Part 2 coming soon! 😊

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2 thoughts on “5 Common Winter Health Problems And Their Solutions! Part 1 – *Weight Gain*

  1. A great blog post! I must say that eating before you go is a god send! Whenever I’ve lost weight I have found buffets the biggest challenge but as you said if you’re full you won’t pick on so much of the beige sea before you.

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