December 17, 2020
- Eat smaller meals rather than “saving” yourself for that special holiday meal, where you are likely to overeat.
- Plan a workout before a big meal.
- Take advantage of “nutritionally dense” holiday foods like pumpkin, cranberries, turkey, sweet potatoes and chestnuts.
- Eat slowly.
- If you are getting together with a small group this year, offer to bring a healthy dish to holiday parties.
- When you cook, try recipe modification like substituting applesauce for oil.
- Get a plate instead of “hanging out” at the appetizer table.
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