In Part One of my Holiday Eating Survival Guide, I asked what the holidays mean to you when it comes to your eating plan. How do you think about celebrating with family and friends? If you don’t have an eating plan, holiday eating can easily become “your little gift to YOU,” complete with unwanted weight gain going into the New Year.
Your holiday eating plan can begin in your closet. Subconsciously, wearing fitted clothes provides a reminder to keep from overindulging, so wearing something fitted that buttons or zips before you head out the door to celebrate is a great place to start. But I’ve got a few more tricks that you might want to consider during this season of celebration!
Holiday Eating Survival: Part Two
I don’t recommend saving up your calories to “spend them later” on all the foods that will be surrounding you during the holidays. When you practically starve yourself before a party or family get-together, you’re more likely to:
• Mindlessly consume
Instead, have a healthy light snack or “mini-meal” beforehand. This way you’re able to control what you consume because your judgment stays intact. And since you won’t be overly hungry, you won’t be so tempted by the goodies all around you. Here are some great pre-event snack ideas: Continue reading “Holiday Eating Survival: Part Two”Read More