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Here are 5 tips that may help: 1 — Eat sitting up straight, and not standing up. This will help you to increase awareness, and a good posture will help you to naturally breathe properly and it will support your digestion. And most importantly, you will eat more consciously.
Whether you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner or bringing a dish to share, make your recipes healthier with less fat, sugar, and calories. Dietician Carrie Tollefson with Overlake Medical Center. Start your Thanksgiving with a healthy breakfast full of protein and fiber.
Think low-fat yogurt and fresh fruit, or whole-grain toast with eggs, to help keep you full throughout your meal. Having at least one solid meal before Thanksgiving dinner will make it less likely you’ll over-eat; Use good ingredients and healthy recipes. Try to make as many dishes as possible from scratch and avoid pre-made or out of the box foods. Not only will you eliminate chemicals and preservatives, but home-made foods simply taste better. 5 Tips for a Healthier Thanksgiving.
1. Focus on Carbs. Remember, carbohydrates (clean carbohydrates, that is) are not your enemies! They are your friends. And because it’s easy to 2. Ditch the Oil.
3. Sweeten with Dates. 4. Say No To Turkey. 5. Give Thanks.
When you don’t drink water, your body feels the need to go nuts on calories, thus the overeating problem at Thanksgiving. Hydration is the answer, and you should try to drink about 16 ounces of filtered water before the meal. Don’t forget to hydrate while you eat, and no, wine does not count as hydrating. Enjoy yourself! Most importantly, have fun with your loved ones and enjoy the day.
Holidays and family gatherings in general can create a lot of stress if you’re trying to stick with your healthy eating. Try not to let what you eat to be the focus of your day. Instead be grateful for the love you have around you. Play it safe and snack on vegetables as you cook or chew a piece of gum to keep from mindlessly putting things in your mouth.
Give your favorite traditional Thanksgiving dishes a healthy makeover. Try roasted sweet potatoes with apple cider glaze instead of sweet potato casserole. Don’t bother to peel your potatoes before you mash them. Look for low-sodium sauces, soups and broths, beans, and juices for a healthy holiday that doesn’t sacrifice taste. You can also cook your own low-sodium Thanksgiving dishes; this list of recipes from the Food Network is a great place to start.
Be Conscious of Portion Sizes. 10 Tips for a Thinner Thanksgiving Get Active. Create a calorie deficit by exercising to burn off extra calories before you ever indulge in your favorite Eat Breakfast. While you might think it makes sense to save up calories for the big meal, experts say eating a small Lighten Up.
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