Tuesday, May 1, 2012

This How To Not Sick At Fun Family Holidays

The weekend is a good time for a vacation with the family. During the holidays, make sure the condition of the body stay fit and healthy.

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"The main thing is to make sure the correct food intake and keep moving physically active while traveling. Vacation planning requires a pretty mature, "said Stephanie Pysher, sports and nutrition expert at the Loudoun County Kids' Nutrition & Exercise Examiner as reported by the Examiner.com

Consume too much junk food and lack of physical activity can make a vacation detrimental to health. Here are some tips to keep a family vacation fun and healthy.

A. Rest Often
If you traveling by car, a lot of time spent sitting. Old sitting stiff and can cause muscle aches. Rest frequently if you feel tired. Sport like hiking or camping is a good choice because all the muscles moving and easy to do with the whole family.

B. Bring a healthy snack
Took with them much more practical and economical than buying snacks every time you stop at along the way. Fruits such as oranges, pears, apples, bananas, raisins and other dried fruit can be packed. So is cheese, crackers, dry cereals, and beans.

C. Bring enough water
If the distance traveled far enough, be sure to stay hydrated before, during, and after the trip. Dehydration can affect mental ability and concentration.

D. Bring your instrument or object to exercise.
Do a family favorite sports such as badminton, volleyball, throwing catching balls, etc.. This game will be more fun if done while away from home. Try to plan in advance of the most enjoyable game before leaving.

E. Balance your diet
If the house has a lot to eat meat, vacation time is the time to eat lots of vegetables. If you consume a lot of cereal at home, eat protein multiply during the holidays. In addition to changing the routine, this pattern is important for nutrients that enter the body stay in balance.