Have a very calorific Christmas

New research published this week reveals how the average Brit eats a whopping 4,000 calories on Christmas Day – twice the daily recommended amount for women.

Though Christmas lunch weighs in at a hefty 1,000 calories, it is the snacking we do over the course of the day – tucking into second helpings of lunch, chocolates, crisps, mince pies, leftover sandwiches, pastries plus wine, beer, sherry and any other tipple that tickles our fancy which all add up to send the calorie count soaring.

If you find yourself overindulging and feeling a little too full and sluggish as a result – naturopath Susse Wedel suggests drinking marshmallow and liqourice teas to help with indigestion, acid reflux and to ease away the feeling of over-eating. Another fab tip that Susse swears by is to chew on fennel seeds whenever you are feeling a tad full from one too many food parcels.

Have a very Merry Christmas!

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