Fit for the season and beyond

December is ahead of us all, and I do not know this for a fact - but I suspect this to be the month we gain the most weight? I think holiday season can be extremely sneaky and a trap for many health wise. Personally I absolutely love baking Christmas cookies, dinner parties, desserts of all sorts... but here are some of the things I will do to stay healthy and kind to my body for the season;

  • Keep working out - The day I don't go and work out, will be an exception. NOT the other way around. If traveling - I bring my running shoes. And make sure you dress up well going to the gym and coming home, cause it can be freezing out there.
  • Take Vitamins - Iron, vitamin C/B12/other B's/D. I like to get a big cup of fresh pressed orange juice or better yet - raw juiced vegetables. I also take Floravital - a gluten free formula of herb ekstrakts, Raw vitamin Code prenatal and bee pollen
  • Homemade - Prepare meals from scratch. It can be healthier and better tasting then frozen, modified and messed up food. Pick vegetables and fruit that are in season. Right now typically bananas, asparagus, raspberries, cabbage, celery, cucumber and oranges etc.
 Enjoy - the options. Breakfast with the extended family during holiday season does not have to consist of bacon, potatoes and eggs. And for those of us that have sensitivities to food - it does not have to be sad either. In my family there is always fresh fruit and berries around. My sweet grandma Jan and her man loves eating breakfast at this one coffeehouse where they used to get bagels, but she cannot have gluten and such food anymore. So now she brings everything she needs for a yummi breakfast - blueberries, strawberries, nectarines, apples and some yogurt and makes it happen right there. Absolutely love it.

This morning I made a fresh fruit salad with raw raspberry sauce on top
For one person you need;
1 (ripe) pear
1 (ripe) banana
1 crispy apple
a handfull of cut up almonds
1 tbs maple syrup (optional)

Raw Raspberry sauce;
1 cup frozen raspberries
2 tbs maple syrup/agave nectar
1/2 cup of water
Mix in a blender



Charlotte 1:00 PM  

du er min sunnhets inspirasjon! takk for gode tips:)

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