Bittersweet - Healthy Holiday Dessert Night Monday 11/18/13 at 6:30 pm

Charlotte, NC

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HOW TO AVOID THE WEIGHT GAIN AND STRESS OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON
Loads of Stress and Sugars Make the Holidays Bittersweet

Dr. Aaron Ernst, a local wellness doctor, will be hosting a workshop to show how to overcome the stress and weight gain associated with the holiday season. This unique health event will be he held at Maximized Living Charlotte | Monday, November 18th at 6:30pm.

This life-changing event, entitled “BitterSweet,” will provide exclusive tips to help guests of all ages and health backgrounds replace unnecessary sugars and avoid unwanted stress, including:

  • Ability to recognize how holiday-related weight gain happens
  • Techniques that reduce the stresses of shopping, planning and hosting guests
  • Meal plans that give you more energy and improve your sleep
  • Sugar-free dessert recipes that quench your sweet tooth without causing inflammation

At this free one-hour workshop, Dr. Ernst will demonstrate simple strategies to overcome these potential holiday problems, including stress management techniques and ways to avoid or replace sugar. Attendees will walk away understanding how to avoid the long-term weight gain that is often blamed on the holiday season.

“The holidays are often marked by weeks or even months of overindulgence. This can cause irreparable damage to some and get even the fittest people into trouble. We tend to forget that ‘The Holidays’ aren’t really a season like football or winter; they’re just a handful of days.  So, party on those days and stay on track with your health for the others and it can be a great time, without being a harmful one,” said Dr. Ben Lerner, co-founder of Maximized Living. “With a few tips from us, you can also learn all kinds of methods to make great tasting holiday meals and desserts that won't send the scale and your blood pressure rising through the roof.”