Hello Everyone. I’m just leaving a quick post to wish you all a Merry Christmas. This blog has grown a lot this year and that is down to the continued support of my readers. I hope you all have a wonderful day, enjoy spending time with your family and get to have a rest after a tough year.
This month I have been writing about how you can keep your diet and fitness regime on track over the festive period. I started the month by writing about the common cold & the flu and then moved on to discuss whether vitamin C can help reduce your chances of contracting them. I then moved on to discuss how a good diet can help strengthen your immune system. Next I wrote about seasonal affective disorder (SAD) a form of winter depression and how food can have a significant effect on your mood over the festive period. Following this I talked about why sleep is so important over Christmas. I then discussed 6 Christmas exercise ideas and 5 outdoor exercises you can do if you have the snow and you’re up to it. After this I provided you with 4 top tips to improve your mood over the festive period. I then finished off with a discussion of how important vitamin D is over Christmas and gave you 8 ideas for lightening your Christmas dinner.
I hope you have enjoyed these articles and that they help you keep some form of fitness routine going during the potentially tricky holiday period but if not don’t worry. Today is about being able to rest and relax in good company – not watching what you eat and going to the gym. If you have taken advantage of these articles that’s great. If not it’s only one day and it’s not going to negate a year’s worth of fitness training. Enjoy your Christmas day and make sure you have a good one.
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