Holiday eating fine, but don’t overdo it.
Terri Allen Fitness Blog
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The holiday season is without question the most difficult time of year to shed a few pounds, especially if you’re a mom or dad who can burn in the kitchen. By the time you’ve finished sticking your big toe in the collard greens and macaroni and cheese, your willpower figures to put up a large “Do Not Disturb” sign while you’re snoring peacefully on the couch. Nevertheless, I’m here to say you don’t have to use the holidays as an excuse to sabotage your daily fitness goals.
— Terri Allen Fitness (@mrsterriallen) November 22, 2016
Instead, if you’re really serious about meeting your weight loss expectations, please comply with the following set of health tips as you get your grub on between Thanksgiving and Christmas. TIP NO. 1 — Drink a large glass of water prior to eating. That way, you’ll feel full before you sit down to eat.
Remember, the holiday season isn’t about gorging. It’s more about absorbing nutrients and feeling satisfied. Downing plenty of H20 prior to food consumption equates to a very healthy start.
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