Getting through the winter blues

It’s cold outside, and you’d much rather sit in your house eatingcomfort food than go for a run in the rain. However, if you do that,you won’t feel good both physically and psychologically, says Parisiannutritionist Juliette McGannon.<p></p>

 

It’s cold outside, and you’d much rather sit in your house eating comfort food than go for a run in the rain. However, if you do that, you won’t feel good both physically and psychologically, says Parisian nutritionist Juliette McGannon.

Here, she gives Metro readers some advice on how to keep a healthy glow this winter:

Keeping it real
Who wouldn’t rather curl up on the couch than hit the treadmill on a dreary winter day? So keep your exercise regime short and smart. Use bursts of exercise, such as brisk walks or running up the stairs. This generates the formation of natural feel-good chemical endocannabinoid, which helps strengthen the immune system.

 
 
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