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‘Only 3 out of 5 people do not modify their holiday recipes to be healthier’

Holidays and chilly temperatures could wreak havoc on your daily healthy habits, as family recipes and the weather take its toll, Mr Active chats about staying healthy during the festive season.

Katz says that it’s an fascinating time of year as people tend to indulge. He adds that it’s interesting attempting to keep fit and maintaining your diet around this period.

It’s always good at the back of your mind to be conscious.

David Katz, fitness expert

Don’t overdo meals and rather eat in moderation says Katz.

Only 3 out of 5 people do not modify their holiday recipes to be healthier.

David Katz, fitness expert

Listen to some exercise tips in the audio below…


This article first appeared on 702 : ‘Only 3 out of 5 people do not modify their holiday recipes to be healthier’


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