The Lazy Girl's Guide to a Post-Holiday Feast Detox

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The turkey and ham are sliced and packed away, your mum’s desert has completely been demolished, and you, my friend, are wearing sweats because they’re all that fit you right now. Welcome to the aftermath of a holiday feast—otherwise known as the day of extreme bloating, pain, and regret. Your whole body is radiating with that I-ate-way-too-much sensation, and even though you can't imagine getting off the couch at any point today, you still desperately want to make this feeling go away. (Can you tell we've been through this before?)

Rather than curse the last scoop of Aunt Greta’s potato bake you insisted on having, why not get pactive and do a little detoxing? (Don't worry, not too active.) We spoke with Jessica Sepel, nutritionist, wellness coach, and author of The Clean Life, and asked her for tips on how to bounce back after a night of indulgence without putting in too much effort (because, hello, we can barely move). Keep scrolling for five easy things you can do to kiss bloating goodbye!

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