Are you drinking enough water ?
Water is the best drink of choice. Water helps with digestion and maintains hydration to boost metabolism. Try drinking 8 ounces of water 15 minutes prior to eating; it will help you with portion control. In addition, replace high sugar drinks with water to reduce daily caloric intake. Drink up!!
Step on the scale and weigh yourself daily!
You need to know your actual weight in order to manage it. It will also help keep you on track from gaining too much weight during the holiday season.
Eat a piece of fruit between meals. This will allow you to curb the cravings and prevent over indulging at your next meal.
Here it is again the 25 Days of Christmas and the GoGirlDiet 25 Days of Healthy Holiday Habits! Over the next 25 days, I will post skinny tips to help avoid that unwanted holiday weight gain.
The most common cause of weight gain during the holidays is due to over indulgence. Try using a smaller plate which allows you to put less food on your plate and encourages proper portion sizes.
Wishing everyone a healthy and prosperous New Year!
I love this image! “Gobble till ya Wobble!” Isn’t this exactly how you feel after indulging in Thanksgiving dinner?
How many calories are you really eating on Thanksgiving? According to research from the Calorie Control Council, the average American may consume more than 4,500 calories and the average holiday dinner alone is a whopping 3,000 calories. Read more @ http://www.caloriecontrol.org/articles-and-video/feature-articles/stuff-the-bird-not-yourself.