Warriors always have a strategy. If you leave your health to chance, especially during the holidays, you are setting yourself up to fail. Christmas is the most anticipated day of the year, but did you know that it is also the one day of the year that hospitals all over the country admit the most heart attack patients? Yep, Christmas Day! Try these five simple tips that we use to keep our Brain Warriors on track during the holidays because, if you think eating healthy during the holidays is a drag, try eating hospital food.
Every warrior knows that the most successful battles are the ones you never have to fight, but because you’ve prepared so well, you win before you engage this holiday season. By keeping healthy snacks with you, eating prior to attending the junk food fest, and taking your own healthy desserts (leading by example), you will likely prevent the necessity for these six steps. But as a Brain Warrior, we want you to have a plan for your back-up plan.
Five Tips for Holiday Success:
Our desire is for you to feel vibrant this holiday season so that you may focus on all that is truly important to you. If these tips are helpful to you please send me your feedback and forward them to someone you love. Whether you’re a health warrior now or a warrior in training, I want to set you up for success! So thrilled to share with you my new book, The Brain Warrior’s Way Cookbook – now available for purchase!
Looking for few tasty holiday recipes? Try these:
Tana’s Marinated Turkey –http://tanaamen.com/recipes/tanas-marinated-turkey/
Amen Guiltless Gravy – http://tanaamen.com/recipes/guiltless-gravy/
Holiday Pumpkin Biscuits – http://tanaamen.com/recipes/holiday-pumpkin-biscuits/
Clever Kale Salad – http://tanaamen.com/recipes/clever-kale-slaw/
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