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Saturday, November 2, 2013

9 Tips to Eat Guilt-Free for the Holidays

#1 Add an extra 10 minutes of daily fitness. If you workout 6 days a week this will add up to an extra hour of exercise.
#2 Avoid all breads
#3 Avoid all liquid calories (*If you are juicing your veggies and fruits this does not apply)
#4 Try avoiding meat until Thanksgiving Day. This simple step will make a dramatic difference in your consumption of several forms of fats, most importantly the saturated fat you should already be avoiding. This step will also make a dramatic difference in the amount of calories you have reduced in your daily food intake.
#5 Make sure you get at least 7 hours of sleep. This will help you get adequate rest which will aide with recovery as well as helping the body perform optimally. 
#6 Enter the 5 Weeks to Holiday Madness Challenge. If anything it will make sure you got in all that extra and much needed activity. 
#7 Try parking further away from where you work, shop and visit. This step will help you get the recommended 10,000 daily steps.
#8 Avoid having dessert.
#9 Avoid dressings regardless of what the label says. Normal food spoils in less than two weeks. This should be a clue of what to avoid.