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 Avoid Gaining The Holiday
10 This Year
FBy Keyuna Milam
all kicks officially kicks off “Comfort Food” season. The meals get heavier, our clothes get bigger and
becomes a continuous cycle of gaining that “holiday 10” for some people. It often starts with eating the kids Halloween candy and sliding right into the next holiday where food is definitely a star of the celebration... Thanksgiving! This can become an ugly spiral that runs right into the New Year. Stop the wheel friends! Try these few things to avoid gaining the “holiday 10” this year.
1. Up your water! Drink a glass of cold water before you eat your meal. First it will lower your body temperature creating a need to bring it back to normal which kicks your metabolism into action! You will burn calories while eating your meal. Drink a hot beverage (tea w/ lemon) after your meal which helps to break down the food to keep your digestive system on track. Increasing your water will also contribute to less overeating.
2. Eat a vegetable with every meal.
Veggies add roughage (fiber) to your diet. Aiding to keep the digestive system on track. Vegetables can be a low calorie source when prepared correctly or ate raw. Getting in a good amount of fiber also helps to keep your fuller longer.
IBy Mary Jenkins Asquith
  3. Plan those cheat meals. Knowing that there is going to be more foods available that you may don’t eat regularly plan to eat them. If you know that your holiday party is going to be at your favorite restaurant the next day plan to eat as clean as possible until you go. Already have a plan in place for what form of exercise that you’re doing the next day. This way you enjoy the meal without the extra weight gain or guilt.
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 t’s that time of the year when the Holidays are coming. Everyone is busy with fall decorating and looking
forward to decking the halls for Christmas too!
A few tips:
Change the table top to reflect the wonderful fall time.
Change the linens and perhaps the towels in the bathrooms.
Bring out the candles with the perfect Fall colors and scents. Switch them out with Christmas colors and scents after Thanksgiving.
Place warm and welcoming touches to your front door and entry-way. Mums, sunflowers, and pumpkins will certainly brighten your visitor’s day.
Hang a wreath on the door, spritzed with seasonal scents, to create an even more inviting and cozy atmosphere.
I love to start the fall season with cards and letters to my family members. I miss the good old days when all of my deceased relatives were around. My aunts always worked so hard to make great memories, and I enjoy carrying on the tradition of hand-written letters.
Children and grandchildren love to participate with decorating. Have your youngsters involved with decorating
the home. It’s a great way to make new traditions and lasting memories.
Enjoy the holidays......make it special and make it yours!!
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