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4 astuces pour retrouver la forme après les Fêtes

4 tips to get back in shape after the holidays

Fatigue, discomfort, muscle pain, recurring headaches: do you recognize yourself in these symptoms? Between the end of year celebrations (even with little excess), the cold and the lack of light in winter, it is normal to feel heavier and bloated. This is a sign that our body needs to take a break and recharge its batteries to regain its energy!

In addition to our homeopathic products specially designed to improve your immune system and boost your energy, discover our four detox tips, very easy to follow, to help you drain the fats and toxins accumulated during the Holidays.

1. Review your diet

The first step is to review the contents of your plate and adopt a healthy lifestyle. Don't tempt the devil: start by emptying your fridge and cupboards of all the tempting holiday leftovers: sugar logs and pies, chocolate, ice cream, chips, etc.

Only keep foods on hand that are good for you and your health! Here are some ways to give the best nutrients to your cells.

Fresh fruits and vegetables

They are full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants: stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables that will soothe your body and re-energize it!

Eliminate refined foods

Say goodbye to white sugar, white flour and white rice, and stock your pantry with whole grains (quinoa, whole wheat rice and pasta, millet, etc.).

Less red meat

Reduce your consumption of red meat by replacing it with lean fish or plant-based proteins, such as tofu and tempeh. This will not only be good for you, but also for the planet !

Water, water, more water

Hydrate yourself! To help the body eliminate toxins, it is recommended to drink between 1.5 and 2 liters of fluid per day. Although it is better to favor water, you can also treat yourself occasionally with homemade vegetable or fruit juices, smoothies or even herbal teas.

The pleasure of cooking

Processed foods often contain a lot of salt, sugar and fat. In addition to being associated with major health disorders (diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure), they promote biological aging . Avoid consuming them by reconnecting with the pleasure of cooking!

2. Focus on detox food supplements

To promote the elimination of toxins and help your body in its detox work, complete your treatment with natural plant-based remedies.

image of H114 Digestion drops

Homeocan H114 Digestion Drops are essential for your pharmacy (and your travel kit!). After a meal that's a little too heavy, pour a few drops into a little water and say goodbye to bloating and nausea.

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The formula of the Triple Action natural product from the Michèle Boisvert Collection is perfect! Composed of licorice, marshmallow, witch hazel and slippery elm, it helps relieve inflammation of the digestive tract in adults, such as gastritis. It also contains psyllium, a seed that helps relieve problems related to constipation, diarrhea and inflammatory bowel disorders.

3. Rebalance your pH

Acid-base balance is essential for the proper functioning of the body. When a body is said to be too “acidic”, several health problems can manifest themselves, such as digestive difficulties, chronic fatigue and tingling in the limbs.

Modern diet is largely responsible for too much acidity in our body. By favoring a varied diet while reducing acidic foods such as animal proteins, dairy products or even processed foods, we optimize our pH balance. Lack of sleep, physical activity or too much stress can also contribute to acidifying the body.

4. Practice a sporting activity

Moving regularly is important to get back in shape. A simple daily walk can get your fill of fresh air and help your digestion. After 20 minutes you will already feel better.

Stretching exercises help eliminate toxins that have accumulated in your muscles. Yoga or Pilates postures help the body to cleanse itself while strengthening it without rushing it.

And then what a pleasure to enjoy the joys of winter by putting on cross-country skis, skates or accompanying your children and grandchildren to the slide! The cold season offers many opportunities to have fun outdoors while getting exercise. It’s good for the body… and for morale!

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