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  • December 16, 2021

How to support your health this festive season.

December is full of celebrations and happy times and we would like to ensure that you can enjoy this Festive season without any feelings of guilt or anxiety. First of all, see the Festive Season for what it is and go with it. Be in the present and enjoy every moment – go with the flow 🙂 


  1. Free your mind of what you should and shouldn’t be doing. Rather lean into what your body and mind feel like doing and if you indulge a little that is ok.

  2. Forget the “all-or-nothing” mentality. It serves no one! Being realistic in your approach and give yourself permission to have fun.

  3. Set some intentions around the kind of self-talk you would like to engage with yourself for when (and if) you do feel anxious. Write down some positive and uplifting words and use them throughout the holiday. 

  4. If you feel like you’ve overdone it or started the day “badly” don’t self-sabotage and continue just for the sake of it. Let it go and make the next decision based on what you feel is right for you. One moment at a time. 

  5. Be conscious about your alcohol intake.  Try to slow down your alcohol consumption, by balancing each glass/unit of alcohol with water.  Or make your wine a spritzer.  Remember, how or what you would like to drink is a decision only you should make and is no one else’s decision. 

  6. Support your liver by drinking plenty of water (aim to start and end your day with lemon water).  Other live support could include Dandelion drops, Maximized Turmeric, Milk thistle, or herbal teas.

  7. Support your gut. With the likely increase of inflammation foods, you can help moderate its effect on your gut by taking something like Apple Cider Vinegar, Aloe Ferox Juice, or Bacterial Defense before each meal.

  8. Aim to do some gentle exercise – go for long walks, play with your kids, dance and if you live near the ocean – go for a dip. 

If your body is in balance 2 or 3 weeks of holiday eating shouldn’t make a difference. And, If you do find yourself 6 kilos heavier,  feeling like you’ve overdone it, or find that your digestive system is struggling (bloating, gas, cramping), it may be a sign that your body needs some rebalancing.


If you feel that your hormones need some help rebalancing contact Claudia at Our Perfect Bodies. Claudia Slattery is a fertility specialist, menstrual analyst, and relationship counselor. 

If you would like to start the year with an all-round cleanse – mind and body. Go to 14 Day Mind and Body Detox to find out more.

Connect with Tash and access some of her (and her teams) online yoga and meditation videos head to Yoga Hub.

If you feel that your gut needs some rebalancing and would like some guidance on how to restore balance with foods and targeted supplementation then book a free 20 min consultation with Kimberly here on the Healthy Hunnies Consultation Enquiry Page.