Office parties, family get-together and other holiday festivities are just around the corner, with the associated copious meals, enormous amounts of alcohol, stress and late nights.

    • Purifies the blood by metabolizing alcohol and neutralizing and destroying toxins
    • Produces, stores and supplies energy to the body
    • Regulates blood sugar
    • Produces, stores and exports fats
    • Manufactures a host of essential proteins, particularly those to fight infections
    • Regulates hormones, particularly cortisone
    • Regulates cholesterol levels in the body.
    • processed foods.
    • Eat smaller portions of protein. Choose white-fleshed fish, poultry, lean meat and plain non-fat yoghurt.
    • Drink less black tea and coffee (no more than one or two cups a day).
    • Stick to your usual sleep schedule and try not to go to bed too late.
    • Spend time outdoors to take advantage of the sunlight.
    • Exercise and do not smoke.



Enjoy yourself, it’s the holiday season. But listen to your body!


    • Pay attention to what you are eating and savor each bite. This will help you eat more slowly.
    • Pay attention to your feelings of hunger or fullness. This will help you avoid overeating.
    • Skip a meal if you aren’t hungry, particularly if you overindulged the night before. This will give your digestive system a chance to rest.
    • Between holiday events, eat lighter meals and healthier foods. Use our Holiday Detox as a guide!



    • Drink a big glass of water between servings of alcohol. This way you will drink less and prevent dehydration, one of the causes of hangovers.
    • To prevent alcohol intoxication and its side effects, women should not consume more than three servings of alcohol in a single occasion, and men, not more than four servings.
    • One serving of alcohol is equivalent to 12 ounces (341 ml) of beer, 5 ounces (142 ml) of wine, 3 ounces (85 ml) of fortified wine, 1½ ounces (43 ml) of spirits (hard liquor) or two 5-ounce glasses (140 ml) of cider.
    • Binge drinking is defined as consuming than 4 or 5 drinks in 2 hours.


Physical activity

    • Go for a walk before and after a heavy meal.
    • The sleep environment: too much light, ambient noise, or temperature too hot or too cold in the bedroom, as well as watching TV, listening to the radio, looking at your phone, working on your laptop, playing video games, etc.
    • At parties, if possible, talk to the other guests while standing or take advantage of the music and dance.
    • Between parties, big meals and family get-togethers, stay active every day and continue to go to the gym, go for long walks or runs, ski or skate.

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