Cut back on junk foodEating habits may have gone astray over the holidays but its never too late to harness your inner "health nutritionist" by changing your eating habits. Pull away from the sugary treats to more sensible snacks and regular scheduled balanced meals. It's time to stop sabotaging your fat-burning efforts. Avoid the midnight or late-night cravings by eating nutritionally balanced meals and snacks. Now is the time to try some new healthy recipes
You may already be thinking of limiting your alcohol after one last raucous night on New Year’s Eve. Here are a few more reasons to do so. Upwards of 90% of alcohol is metabolized in your liver, according to the US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. Liver enzymes convert alcohol to acetaldehyde, which is a known toxin. There are a whole host of other health issues related to excessive drinking. And, of course, alcohol can restrict fat loss and lead to poor choices—and not just those that are food-related!
Cut back on drinking
Up the water
Most people don’t drink enough water, and nature’s most basic ingredient is crucial not only for your body's detox diet plan but for ongoing health and maximum performance of almost every party of your body. Being properly hydrated lubricates the joints, aids in digestion, promotes oxygen delivery to different areas of the body, promotes healthy skin, regulates body temperature, helps you maintain good blood pressure, helps keep the kidneys in good shape, and even helps boosts performance during exercise. Water can also “cushion the brain, spinal cord, and other sensitive tissues,” said Medical News Today. “Dehydration can affect brain structure and function. It is also involved in the production of hormones and neurotransmitters. Prolonged dehydration can lead to problems with thinking and reasoning.” That doesn’t mean you have to turn into a fish. While everyone’s tolerance is different, many health experts recommend the average person drink eight eight-ounce glasses of water, or about two liters, per day.