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- Drink plenty of water – You normally need to drink at least 8 glasses of water for your health. If you are tempted to fill up on sweets, drink an extra glass or two of water to control your appetite. It is good for your health, keeps you hydrated, and flushes the junk from your system. Add lemon in to remove toxins and add flavor. Add in a few drops of liquid Stevia to make lemonade. Peppermint essential oil is excellent to add in for digestion.
3. Take your vitamins and supplements– When you are so busy, it is easy to forget to continue with your health routine. During this time of busyness and sickness, you need to keep your immune system built up.
5. Try to eat healthy when possible– You know that you are going to be at places where there is unhealthy food. Try to choose the healthy options when possible. A good source for healthy snacks is Healthy Holidays. If you do eat sugary snacks, try to do so in moderation.
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Mary is a farm girl, wife, and homeschooling mom to 2 sons. She is passionate about her faith, family, homeschooling, healthy living and tries to find balance in it all, as well as farm life. She blogs at The Encouraging Home where she tries to encourage others in life and to stay focused on the Lord and the things that truly matter, even through stress, chaos, and trials. It is her desire that women will rise up and take back the challenge of raising their children for the Lord, so we can change future generations and our nation.