TIPS TO LOOK GOOD ON THIS NEW YEAR’S EVE - a few simple rules

TIPS TO LOOK GOOD ON THIS NEW YEAR’S EVE

By Ambika Niranjan  on: 04 January 2018
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Hi all, On the last day of this year, I want to share a few tips with you all as in, how can you treat yourself and your stomach well on this day and for the days in the next year to come...

Tips:
1. Start your day with a glass of warm water with apple cider vinegar, followed by some more water with some soaked almonds and walnuts. (Do finish one litre water together).
2. Just because you have to attend a party, doesn't mean you stay hungry all day to overeat at night. Just e
at your breakfast rich in fats and proteins.
3. Include a big bowl of raw vegetables or salad in your diet for your mid-morning meal if you want to flaunt your abs in the party ( secrets for flat belly)
4. Just like you had your breakfast, eat your lunch too... Some freshly made home-made lunch like dal, rice n sabzi.. 
5. Stay hydrated all day... Keep sipping water all the time...
6. Do eat a meal before leaving for the party in the evening, as hungry stomach will make you binge eat on junk later on...
7. You can take a glass of water with apple cider vinegar before going to the party.
8. Go easy on the alcohol...
9. If you have to eat something outside during the party, don't be guilty of eating out. Just don't over eat and do take 5-10 minutes walk after the dinner.
10. Do complete a minimum of 6hrs of sleep that night, and don't rush to the weighinscale the next morning, this will lead to an increase in your cortisol levels.
11. Do include lots of raw foods in your diet the next day for vitamin C and to detox your body.

Let the coming year be full of fun, laughter, good health, with the more stronger and prettier you...

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL...



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