Hot Spring Spas of Des Moines, a hot tub, sauna and swim spa dealer serving Des Moines, Clive and Carroll, Iowa shares “3 Simple Tips for Staying Healthy During the Holiday Season.”
“Holidays are a time of festivities. But it takes effort to avoid adding excess pounds and stress to the season’s joyful family time,” said Sean Schaben, of Hot Spring Spas of Des Moines.
Here are three simple tips for staying healthy during the holiday season.
Create an Outdoor Celebration Spot – Hot tubs make great gathering places during the holidays. Unlike cool water pools, a hot tub is comfortable even when the temperatures dip into sub-zero digits. Add a spa to the backyard, patio or porch and make holiday gatherings an event no one in the family will forget. Soaking also helps reduce stress — a common complaint during many family gatherings.
Eat Small Meals to Stay Satisfied – Big holiday feasts can be hard to ignore. One way to combat the alluring holiday table filled with heavy sauces, delicious pies and sweet treats is to eat small meals throughout the day. Healthy, fiber rich foods satisfy hunger, keeping people full all day long.
Spend More Time Visiting Than Eating – Rather than sitting down at the holiday table and immediately eating, spend time talking with loved ones, enjoying the time together. Eat slowly, putting down utensils between each bite and taking in the conversation and fun. When hosting holiday parties, plan time for games and encourage sharing to fill the day without extra food.
Consumers wanting to learn more about hot tubs and how they can help improve overall health and well-being are encouraged to pick up a copy of this free hot tub buyer’s guide “7 Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Buy a Hot Tub.” Just call ☎ 515-270-8702 or visit http://hotspringgreen.com/ for more information.
Hot Spring Spas of Des Moines Iowa
10860 Hickman Rd
Clive, IA 50325
Hot Spring Spas of Carroll Iowa
18134 Highway 71
Carroll, IA 51401
Hot Spring Spas of Arnolds Park
244 Okoboji Grove Rd N
Arnolds Park, IA 51360
Posted on Fri, December 30, 2016
by Thad Schaben filed under