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Here are 5 Tips to Handle Holiday Weight. December 6, 2017 December 4, 2017 BK Leave a Comment on In Crisis Mode? Here are 5 Tips to Handle Holiday Weight. Did this headline strike a nerve?

If so, you are not alone. I’ve been there. Continued Don’t Let ‘Food Pushers’ Lead to Holiday Weight Gain. Despite your best laid plans, your holiday food goals can still go awry thanks to “food pushers” – friends, family members, and co.

Here are 20 good tips to avoid gaining weight during the holidays. Many people gain weight during this time and don’t lose all the weight afterwards. Get Your Mind and Body Out of Crisis Mode. resulting in poor sleep, increased illness, anxiety, weight gain, and poor cognitive functioning.

Exhaustion may follow when a stressor becomes chronic either from ongoing exposure or ineffectual and repeated attempts to deal. Good Housekeeping’s tips for enjoying this holiday season without sacrificing weight-loss goals. 73% of African Americans said they did not have emergency funds to.

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Try to reduce the purchase, consumption, and storage of foods or liquids packaged in plastic; avoid foods to which you are sensitive or allergic; minimize exposure to industrialestrogenic chemicals; minimize alcohol consumption; and, yes, avoid fluctuating weight through fad or crash diets.

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In my family, the first major holiday after starting on the ketogenic diet was by far the most daunting for us.

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Here are some tips to help you survive holidays: Don’t ever try to diet during the holidays.

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During holidays, my major piece of advice is to avoid grazing as much as possible.

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Whether you’re traveling across Europe, going on a cruise, or camping at a nearby lake, the main goal with vacations is twofold: Do a little planning ahead and remember to balance all foods so you can enjoy yourself and still maintain your weight.

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4: Keep up your exercise and fitness program during the holidays.

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Other strategies that are helpful include keeping food records, weighing no more than once per week, and stimulus control (i.e., not shopping while hungry).

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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.

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In a nutshell here’s how you keep weight off: stay strict during the week, then enjoy yourself more over the weekend.

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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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  • These are awesome tips! They’re super accurate and really helpful. I love your personality, and the layout of the video. It would be really awesome if someone could check out my channel and subscribe if you like the content. It would really mean a lot. Thanks!

  • I apologize that this comment is unrelated but do you have any advice for not feeling your glutes in squats? I like a video where you mention how beneficial squats are but I typically go for hip thrusts because I can feel it more in the bum. Thanks in advance!!

  • Enjoying one day of enjoying a nice thanksgiving or Christmas meal isn’t gonna hurt anything. Enjoy the day but get right back on the grit he next day. Don’t overthink this.

  • I’m already too late Brix!!! I’ve already gained and the holidays have barely started����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️ ok let me go actually watch the video lol ������

  • Brix.. I’m doing a full body 7×4 on a phone app but i have a question.. Can I skip beginner and intermediate workout and start advanced? Cause I think I can do it and beginner and intermediate are not hard

  • I definitely need this video lol! Btw Brix, I read recently Miracle Morning and it has completely changed my life. I feel like Morning rituals are wayyy underratedright?

  • Thanks for the video brix your right on time, I weigh 180 and I keep jumping back from 178 180 and thanksgiving had me iffy on the food choices and if im going to workout but now I know what to do

  • I’m always interested in holiday traditions for families with kids, especially ones that focus on character, values, spirituality.

  • Great tips! I always bring something healthy to events/potluck type meals, that way I know I have something healthy to enjoy (and to share with others!) Something I often do is snack on healthy things like fruit and veggies before the meal, then I’m not starving, I have some good things in my belly, and I’m way less likely to overeat.��

  • I’m pretty pleased with myself. I didn’t even see this vid until just now.

    On Thanksgiving day, I did a jump rope session outside in the cold (37°f) which was so awesome & invigorating, fasted til 1pm, had a nice smoothie with lots of baby kale/spinach & chard, bluberries, yogurt, banana & protein powder.

    Then when family came for dinner, I had an apple right before my main meal, most of my plate was braised cabbage & purple hull peas. The rest was cornbread dressing, mac & cheez, candied sweet potatoes. Then I had 1 small slice of apple pie. I had nothing after 8pm, and I was golden. I didn’t stuff myself or go back for seconds, so I didn’t get that sick feeling we’re all so familiar with.

    Then I got up today & went for a 4.5 mile walk/run in the woods. ��

  • There’s just some things I accepted during the holidays… In my family, it’s looked at as an affront if you don’t eat. So I’m going to call it a cheat day and be done with it. I’ll hit the gym with a vengeance the day after. Some shit you just can’t change…

  • 10-15 lbs is huge…crazy that that’s average! We will usually go for a nice thanksgiving walk…i think a lot of the time we eat more on holidays because we’re sitting around just chilling and talking, why not be eating at the same time? Get outside and get active! ��

  • We volunteered to bring the veggie this year.  I was asked to bring the desert and I’m bringing that too, but I talked to the hostess and she hadn’t planned a veggie.  Awww!  I know I need it.  So we’re taking a a big green yummy salad.  I’m actually craving it.  Love the video!

  • Love the tips. I just won a 10lb challenge amongst my family and we are at it again. I sure don’t want to gain it back. I’ll be incorporating (especially water) these tips into my days.

  • Oh man, I’m bringing chocolate pies, maybe next year I’ll sign up for healthy options. I like your seconds rule, but it sure will be challenging! I sure don’t want to pack on lbs! Thanks for the information! Happy Thanksgiving!