Can you have a healthy Easter?

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You can! If you're looking for ways to stay on track over the long Easter weekend that don’t involve indulging in cake, chocolate or hot cross buns, here are a few ideas...

Remember, it’s about balance and enjoying the holiday weekend without completely derailing your health goals. Have fun and Happy Easter! 

1. Stick to 2 or 3 nutritious meals a day 

And still enjoy your lunch on Easter Sunday - with all the trimmings. Remember, one or two, even three or four meals out of twelve (over the Easter weekend) won't derail your progress. Refer to the visual guide on our blog post for tips on making every meal count.

2. If you have a sweet tooth but prefer a less sugary dessert...

 You could try chocolate covered strawberries instead… Melt some 70% dark chocolate, dip in, or drizzle over some strawberries and allow to set. Such a treat! Or try our Purition chocolate mousse recipe!

3. Be mindful of alcohol consumption and snacking

Make informed choices and stay aligned with your health goals during the weekend. Being mindful of what you consume can make a significant difference.

4. Boost your mood with some springtime activities

Enjoy a bracing Spring walk, or treat yourself to a beautiful bunch of daffodils or colourful tulips! Getting outside and enjoying the beauty of the season can give you a natural dopamine boost.


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