The Ultimate Secret Of Thanksgiving Weight Loss
This time of year is when we all tend to eat more than normal, whether it be from over cooking, being nice to a relative, or just enjoying the great food that we are blessed to have. Then comes the after effect of over-eating and the added weight gain, next is everyone’s panic mode of how to get rid of the holiday trimmings.
This is the reason I decided to write about the ultimate secret of Thanksgiving weight loss.
Well, without further ado.
- Stay active – do not fall victim to the couch
- Spread your meals out – eat proper portions
- Do not eat fast – take your time between bites
- Increase protein intake – low carbs, high protein
- If sweets then healthy desserts – pumpkin pie
- No alcohol – if any then very little
- Take a digestion aid – DigesTech is what I use
- Skip breakfast – several days after then skip breakfast, try a protein shake
- Avoid heavy bread – try not to consume too much bread or stuffing
- Drink plenty of fluids – water, tea, no sodas
- Go for a ride – bike ride to get some exercise
- Spearmint – Before you eat, smell some spearmint oil.
- Exercise in the morning – start the day right
- Eat grapefruit – boost your metabolism
- Workout – just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean you can’t workout
So this was just a small list to help you combat the holiday belly gains, I have articles that I have written regarding other ways that help in weight loss, understanding craving, information on protein, way to avoid cravings, the truth about sugars, and much more.
I know from my own experience that it can be hard to follow some of these examples but it is best to truly understand what are a few helpful tips to get you through the Thanksgiving holiday.
Here is a few workout videos that may give you a few ideas on what to do:
As far as what to do after the holidays I recommend that you check out some of my favorite shakes in these articles below.
Also if you have seen a few good ideas from Onnit workout plans then check out what Onnit has to offer by clicking the link below.