The no B*S Guide to a Wholeheartedly Healthy Christmas

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  1. Kezia @ Super Naturally Health

    Love this – I am all for a cake and treat filled christmas without the hype or fear. Just enjoy good food and love yourself wildly. Great post misses:)

  2. @SarahAnneDG

    Love this, a great approach and one I’m trying to embrace this year. I’m cooking the Christmas dinner so I’m going to make it as healthy as possible. My area of struggle is grazing on all the goodies, so I’m being sensible about how many we actually need and having them as occasions rather than mindless snacks.

    • Laura@wholeheartedlyhealthy

      That’s a great approach, I think grazing is the hard part of Christmas when there’s so much food around!

  3. Lauren

    I love this post Laura and could not agree more with what you have said! I hope you are fully enjoying the holiday season :) xx

  4. LilyLipstick

    Love this! I definitely agree with only eating treats which are a personal 10 out of 10 – my office has been full of chocolate tins, mince pies and biscuits for the last couple of weeks and I haven’t touched them because I’m holding out for some Hotel Chocolat dark chocolate which I will enjoy slowly and appreciate a lot more than some junk eaten at my desk! x

  5. AnnaTheApple

    Hell yes to this. Christmas is not a time to fret and worry, especially not about food. Food is such a huge part of Christmas for me, I literally look forward to it all year round. But that’s not to say I stuff myself silly every day of December. I choose my treats wisely – exactly like you said “upgrade” your treats. Mince pies, festive chocolate, unusual and delicious cheeses… rather than Pringles, rubbish cheap chocolate and waste-of-space ‘Christmas-themed’ snacks. For me I want to enjoy stuff I wouldn’t usually have at other times in the year.


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