The Holiday Challenge Keep Those Extra Calories Away
Are you going on holidays? What will your diet be like at the start of the holiday season? During the holidays, most people struggle with their diet, especially during holiday time with all the tempting goodies being served left and right. It is likely that most of us are going to overeat during these holidays, which knowingly or unknowingly satisfies the desire of the mind. But dietitians recommend not to throw your good habits out the window during the holidays. For some people, it's like a dream on sleep. Which should serve as the green light for a six-week indulgence that becomes more necessary before a trip to the gym on the second day after the holidays.
People who have obesity problems can have a very tough time during the holidays as it can really put them off goal and control over eating can be difficult. Studies have shown that unnecessary weight gain during the holidays is a slippery slope. So one can easily add ten pounds during the holidays.
For times like these, dietitians recommend that instead of drinking alcohol and other high-calorie beverages, enjoy pies and turkey with lots of water. Include reasonable portions of meat, eat vegetables without high-calorie sauces, and help yourself with your controlled diet. Eat food slowly. But take care not to eat too much. Don't get bogged down in guilt if you've eaten too much. Feeling guilty only makes things worse. Don't fall for these tempting goodies again, it can lead you to make random decisions to skip your diet altogether and start a post-holiday weight loss plan.
To keep weight under control during the holidays, it is important to visualize meals in advance and make a concrete action plan. Decide in advance what you should and should not eat. By the way, instead of standing, it is advisable to eat sitting so that the food stays down easily. Instead of keeping all of the food in a tray, eat from a plate to keep it proportionate, so you can be sure that you're already following a controlled diet.
Just practice moderation in your diet. And really need to deprive yourself of all those holiday gifts. Once you've practiced moderation, returning to a right diet and eating right becomes a habit that doesn't work with an exercise. Which can help you get back on a healthy diet and holiday spree.
So, by maintaining that action plan during the holidays, you can avoid gaining those extra pounds. Choose what to eat sparingly and carefully. Eat leisurely and leisurely, and savor those holiday goodies.