I hope this edible Christmas tree will give you healthy ideas about your eating this holiday season and in the coming year.
While you are thinking about it, don’t forget that you need to exercise, too. You won’t be exercising just to burn calories. Exercise benefits your brain and body in many ways. Check out the exercise tags at the right to read further on this.
I hope you will enjoy all the benefits of good food and exercise! Eat less; move more; live longer. Healthy eating is healthy aging and we all want that. Okay, we seniors are more aware of it than you younger folk, but keep at it and you will come realize and appreciate it too.
Best wishes for this holiday season!
2 responses to “Merry Christmas and Season’s Greetings!”
You know what I look forward to most this Christmas? Boxing Day. Why? Because I am FREE that day, which means I can go on a run! :’) Although, actually, this year my parents and me are going on a specially arranged hike, including drinks before, during and after (think hot cocoa and/or tea) and a pancake lunch. Either way, I’m going to be on my feet this Christmas 🙂
Happy Holidays, Tony!
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