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How To Avoid The Christmas Sugar Overburst

Update Date: Dec 19, 2015 02:53 PM EST

Christmas is comin', so you may think that you are allowed to indulge your sweet tooth and gorge on the goodies till after the New Year.

However, unfortunately, the best treats, that is the sugar burst, make you feel big and sluggish, according to HNGN.

So cut down on the sugar overdose. Here are some tips to maintain the balance:

Be honest to your friends about what you want to eat . They would understand that you are just being upfront. Inform them that it's all about health.

Take control over yourself. Smother your cravings and tell yourself that your health is in your hands, not anyone else's.

Limit your portions. Opt for only those slices that you want, and donate the rest to charity organisations.

Keep away from alcohol, which is full of sugar. Otherwise, limit the Christmas eats to champagne or dry white wines, which actually contain less sugar than other alcoholic drinks, according to Healthista.

Now walk it. Walk away from the sweets. Walking is good, anyway. It will boost your circulation and hormones, leaving your body fresh, without sugar cravings, according to a study published on Plos One. Do it regularly, so that you will get the will to keep away from sweets and coming parties.

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