Tips shared through the Daily Spark: www.womansday.com/Articles/Health/Diet-Nut
Joy Bauer’s Guide to Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain
Get strategies for enjoying this year’s celebrations without putting on a pound
I like and have used these two strategies mentioned:
"Drink lots of water—including two glasses before lunch and two glasses before dinner. Mild dehydration mimics the sensation of hunger, and drinking water prior to a meal starts to fill you up before you take your first bite of food so you’ll eat less.
Eat plenty of "Unlimited Foods" throughout the day. These foods contain few or no calories, which is why you can eat as much as you want of them. Make sure you have a variety on hand at all times. This will prevent you from reaching for something less healthy when hunger strikes. Snacking on these foods will also keep you from feeling deprived while you’re saving on calories for a party that night."
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