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Stay Fit and Healthy This Holiday Season ~ Day 5 (12 Days Of Tips)

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So many great tips from my friends Ilyse Schapiro and Hallie Rich! They always have such simple yet helpful tips to help you make healthier food choices.

Together they have written a very helpful book, Should I Scoop Out My Bagel, about diet and nutrition.  This book has 99 easy to read chapter that answer some of your questions about how to eat healthy and how to make better choices. It’s very informative!

Don’t Forget To Exercise

While December is a busy time for many, there is no excuse to let your exercise plan go to the wayside.  Make time for at least 30 minutes of exercise 3-5 days a week.  If you can’t get to the gym, aim to get in at least 10,000 steps for the day!  Staying active will not only burn calories but it will keep your energy levels up, boost your confidence, and reduce stress.

However, just because you had a great workout doesn’t mean you can eat all of the holiday chocolate you want.  Both diet AND exercise are integral to maintaining or losing weight.  So get up, get healthy, and get active!

Got a question? Leave me a comment and Hallie and Ilyse can answer it for you! And if you want an easy book to read about diet and nutrition, order Should I Scoop Out My Bagel at Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

Come back tomorrow for another helpful health tip! Click here to read previous tips.

Ilyse Schapiro is a MS, RD, CDN is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Dietitian/Nutritionist who holds a Master’s of Science in clinical nutrition and dietetics from New York University.

Hallie Rich is the creator of alternaVites, a comprehensive multivitamin & mineral in crystal powder form that melts quickly in your mouth – the first of its kind. alternaVites quickly became the definitive “non pill” vitamin option and filled an unnecessary void in the market.

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