2. Take the time to eat better
Christmas and New Years are sometimes like a culinary marathon. During this period, we tend to eat in large quantities and at very close intervals (and still, sometimes there is no interval). Once holidays are done there are no more excuses: we reduce the quantities on the plate, and we make sure to space out the meals to allow digestion to take place peacefully. The best to do is to eat meals at fixed times.
3. Avoid leftovers!
As much as we would love to come eat everything, leftovers from Christmas or New Year’s Eve meals can become public enemy number one if they are numerous, simply because they will only extend the experience for a few more days. We are not talking of throwing them away of course. You can simply offer them to your guests before they leave, share them with neighbors or relatives or simply freeze them while waiting for another occasion to party!
5. A little physical activity to stay in shape
The issue with all the fest is precisely that we do not burn enough calories when we spend hours at the table, in the pleasure of conviviality and conversations! So, if you entertain people in your home and want your guests to regain their appetites and easily recover from the end of the year feasts, why not organize walks, to get some air and burn some calories? The recovery will be even better, as well as the sleep.