30 Methods to Steer clear of the Holiday Putting On Weight

 

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Here are 20 tips to help you avoid weight gain during the holiday season. 30). Find a routine that works best for you. Planning ahead can go a long way towards preventing holiday weight gain.

Make water your go-to drink as much as possible to help avoid holiday weight gain. “If you drink water before and during holiday parties, it will help fill you up so you’re less likely to consume excess calories,” explains Mitzi Dulan, a popular nutrition and fitness expert, and founder of simplyFUEL. 30 Ways to Avoid the Holiday Weight Gain. Lifestyle. 2016-12-09 | By: Snap Fitness 1. Eat ahead of the big meal so you’re not starving when you get there.

2. Bring along some healthy side dishes. 3. Chew slowly! 4. Use a smaller plate. 5. Ensure that you are getting protein.

6. The holidays are right around the corner, which means all the wonderful parties and food that comes with them.If you play your cards right, you will soar through the holidays without falling into the weight gain trap that ensnares so many people this time of year. To help you avoid falling into the holiday trap here are seven ways to avoid weight gain and maintain your health, weight, and dignity.

15 Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain By Alyssa Shaffer November 21, 2017. 10 Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain. The pounds add up year after year, making holiday weight gain an important factor in adult obesity.

But you don’t have to fall into this trap. It is. 10 Ways To Avoid Holiday Weight Gain Without Swearing Off Your Favorite Treats. By Chris Freytag.

Break up your exercise throughout the day to reach 30. But there’s a way to navigate the holidays without sacrificing your hard-earned progress. It’s called weight maintenance. It’s called weight maintenance.

Some evidence suggests that people gain an average of 1-2 pounds during the holidays, and slightly more for. Making a Plan to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain. Although understanding why you eat can offer some measure of control, experts say it’s also important to head into each potential food fest with a plan. 10 ways to avoid holiday weight gain.

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The holidays are quickly upon us with Halloween just around the corner, then it’s just a few weeks to Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year. This time of year seems like it is full of food temptations paired with a dose of holiday stress.

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The positive spin on my approach is that it makes the holiday weight gain seem less dramatic.

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Statistics on weight gain throughout the holiday season assert that you might gain 2.3 kilograms (5 pounds) if you don’t keep your hands off the mince pie and figgy pudding.

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In the old days, the holidays were all about the status quo for me—not losing weight, for goodness’ sake, but at least trying not to gain.

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Worry about gaining extra holiday pounds is nothing to celebrate.

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Thus, the seemingly small weight gain during the holidays is devastating to long-term weight loss plans.

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I knew that if I could keep up the pound a week weight loss, my weight would be near a normal BMI by the holidays.

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And while it is reasonable to plan in advance to eat a little extra, you will certainly gain weight if you go to a lot of parties during the holidays and indulge at each one.

“The Diet Trap Solution: Train Your Brain to Lose Weight and Keep It Off for Good” by Judith S. Beck, Deborah Beck Busis
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The holiday weight just won’t get the hell off me.

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Holidays don’t have to become cheat days because they are “out of your control.”

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Everyone knows about gaining weight around the holidays.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Yeah I don’t think anyone cares about their calorie intake on a holiday. All you do is just get up the next day and work out for a few hours and sweat out the alcohol. Just make plant based deserts without the milk and egg ingredients and replace them with almond or soy milk and get the neat egg

  • Happy Thanksgiving to you! Thank you so much for this video. I have one of the most dysfunctional families on the planet. Your tips were my life raft! xoxo