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December 20, 2022 3 min read

It’s the Holiday Season! Don’t forget to set your scales back 10 pounds at midnight tonight! Just kidding… sure, the memes about overdoing it bring humor which can help. But let’s talk about how we can physically support our bodies through the splurges. Read along for some key supplements that can help you avoid the holiday overeating setback. 

Of course, taking note of the basics will always help your health’s foundation. Tips such as: 

  • Don’t go hungry
  • Watch your portion sizes
  • Eat well-balanced meals with protein, fat and fibers
  • Practice mindful eating, using all your senses to savor the experience
  • Chew slowly and take at least 20 minutes to eat 
    • that’s how long it takes the stomach to tell the brain that it’s full
  • Careful with the amount of intoxicating drinks
  • Stay active, and exercise with family or friends.
  • Get plenty of sleep

Staying hydrated is also important. Drinking water can aid digestion and help prevent overeating. Did you know?… 

  • If you are already thirsty, you are already dehydrated. Try to stay hydrated throughout your days.
  • Room temp or warmer water is best for absorption. Drinking warm water with lemon, especially in the morning, helps the digestive system. 
  • Drinking a glass of water before a meal can help you consume less and may even aid in weight loss. 

You’ve likely heard all these tips before. And in reality, for a variety of reasons, during the holidays, many of us will seize the celebrations and temptations. And that is A-Okay! You can enjoy giving your body what it craves. You deserve life’s delicious and decadent moments, it doesn’t mean you’ve fallen off a proverbial wagon, you’re just human.

Digestive support is critical when the theme of the holiday season is tablespreads full of indulging foods. Because we’ve been there and we care, here are our top picks for comfort through the holiday overeating. 

Artichoke Leaf Extract 

Supports healthy digestion and has the ability to make people feel better. Artichoke leak extract has high antioxidant levels along with high fiber and vitamins C & K. It aids metabolism, helps fat digestion and encourages normal bile flow. Adults typically take 1-2 capsules two times per day, with a meal.


An enzyme, extracted from the pineapple, bromelain can ease stomachaches and indigestion. It is also supportive of a normal inflammatory response. Adults can take with meals for healthy digestion or between meals to help more with stress or joint pain.


Capsicum annum or Capsimax is from the pricey fruit often referred to as chili pepper. Gives a metabolism boost useful for weight management. This metabolic enhancer can control a healthy appetite, reduce fat intake, and burn more calories. A potent antioxidant supportive of heart health, cellular health and a healthy inflammatory response. Adults can take 2 after a meal.

Chromium Picolinate 

An essential mineral that plays a key role in nutrient absorption. It aids normal blood sugar levels and supports energy levels. Upholds the metabolism and gives support for healthy glucose, carbohydrate and fat metabolism. Adults take 1 capsule, best taken with a meal.

Psyllium Husk

Plantago ovata, or Psyllium Husk, has mucilage which is soothing to the mucous membranes and supportive to a healthy digestive system. It’s natural fibers help maintain regularity and normal cholesterol levels. It also supports weight management and is a helpful appetite suppressant. Adults typically take 2 capsules 30 min before a meal or in the evening. 

With the help of these supplements, you can ease the stress of potential holiday overeating setbacks. Create positive, enjoyable memories this holiday season, sweets included. There is no need to deprive yourself, instead, support your body’s natural functions. Supplements can help you avoid any digestive discomfort from the holiday season.

Gift yourself the benefits of better digestive supplements this holiday season. Superior Labs uses the highest quality ingredients and extraction processes resulting in the best supplements. Please always discuss your supplement plan with your trusted healthcare provider who can educate on contraindications or potential medicine interactions.



This blog was written by Meg Ramirez, please click here to learn more about the author.