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A Christ­mas tree, cham­pagne and a table burst­ing with good­ies — with­out this it is impos­si­ble to imag­ine the New Year. But how to sur­vive a series of feasts and then fit into your favorite jeans? We will show you how to avoid the unpleas­ant con­se­quences of the New Year.

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Don’t sit down at the table hungry

This is per­haps the most impor­tant rule. In order not to greed­i­ly pounce on food at the fes­tive table and avoid the unpleas­ant con­se­quences of the New Year, eat some­thing light one and a half to two hours before din­ner: veg­etable sal­ad, cot­tage cheese or fruit. For half an hour, drink a glass of water (this will reduce the feel­ing of hunger) and eat a spoon­ful of hon­ey — it par­tial­ly neu­tral­izes the effect of alco­hol.

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Choose colored utensils

Food on white dish­es excites the appetite, but on the con­trary, it restrains it. At least that’s what the sci­en­tists think. Espe­cial­ly good against overeat­ing dish­es of light green and blue col­ors. The diam­e­ter of the plate also mat­ters. It should­n’t be too big. Oth­er­wise, you will be tempt­ed to put more food on your plate.

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On hot cook something light

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The ide­al option is baked fish with veg­eta­bles (no more than 200 kcal per serv­ing). Goose and pork are more high-calo­rie. And also hard­er to digest. If you can’t imag­ine a hol­i­day with­out Olivi­er, put a min­i­mum of pota­toes in it and sea­son with low-fat may­on­naise. Sausage or meat can be replaced with slight­ly salt­ed salmon.

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Be careful with alcohol!

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Alco­hol increas­es appetite — it’s a sci­en­tif­ic fact. So mod­er­a­tion and more mod­er­a­tion! Cham­pagne and wines are bet­ter to choose dry (they have lit­tle or almost no sug­ar). For exam­ple, brut con­tains up to 6 g/l of sug­ar. Drink at least half a glass of water after each glass of alco­hol. As for the norm, then, of course, every­one has their own. But for most women, the upper lim­it (which is fol­lowed by a hang­over) is a bot­tle of wine or half a bot­tle of cham­pagne.

Fruit instead of cake

Why not lim­it your­self to light desserts this time? Tan­ger­ines, fruit canapes, berry mouss­es are a great alter­na­tive to cream cake. A very easy dessert to make is orange ice cream. Care­ful­ly scoop out the pulp from the orange with a spoon. Clean it from grains and white films and cut. Stir with ice cream and fill the orange peel with this mix­ture. Sprin­kle with grat­ed dark choco­late.

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These tips will help you cel­e­brate the hol­i­day in the best pos­si­ble way and avoid the unpleas­ant con­se­quences of the New Year.

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