Without a reliable routine, the holidays can take a terrible toll on your health. Parties, travel, and excess expenses lead to stress. This time of year it isn’t easy to maintain balance on an emotional or physical level. But don’t worry, I’m here to help with my 5 Keto Recipes To Keep You Healthy During The Holidays, and some lifestyle tips too!
How To Stay Healthy During The Holidays
Here are some basic ways to stay healthy during the holidays:
- drink extra water
- avoid alcohol
- stay away from sugar
But what does it take for us to go from theory to practice? How do we make these excellent ideas into reality?
Creating Positive Holiday Habits
It starts with a thought: what practices can I put in place to manifest my good intentions? Each company I’ve launched has focused on positive habit creation. Why? Because creating the right habits helps us achieve our goals. Since the holidays are very food focused, I like to start with what I can control in the kitchen.
The Food Focused Holidays
I want to support you this time of year so that you have healthy food that looks and tastes as good, or even better, than what “regular” folks are eating. That’s where my easy, healthy recipes come in!
5 Keto Recipes To Keep You Healthy During The Holidays
What can we do to stay on track? Take the healthy, tasty dishes below to parties with you and share it with everyone. My 5 Keto Recipes To Keep You Healthy During The Holidays will make your life better, easier, and more delicious! With both savory and sweet, you’re sure to find a favorite.
Paleo Spiced Nuts
Low Carb Salt & Pepper Crackers
Keto Blueberry Lemon Bread
3-Ingredient Keto Chocolate Pudding
The Best Keto Brownies
Practicality Over Perfection
Remember, the holidays are not the time to try for perfection. But being practical and prepared with the recipes above can take the pressure off.
Connection Over Consumption
During this time of year we can become concerned with consumption– of food, material goods, or other energies. However, the short days make it a wonderfully dark time that’s optimal for going inward. so, give yourself those quiet moments if and when you can. And of course, enjoy connecting with others if you are blessed with the opportunity. Remember, most of all, the holidays are about connection, not consumption.