It’s the last podcast for 2017 and it might be the most useful for you as we go into the juggernaut of food during the holiday season. The average person gains between 5-7 pounds over the holidays and it’s not hard when activity levels slow down and you can eat your weight in gingerbread at any given moment. Today I look at how you can avoid holiday overeating with some practical tips. But I can’t help you embarrassing yourself at the office Christmas party after one too many vodka eggnogs.
In This Episode On How You Can Avoid Holiday Overeating You Will Learn:
- Why the holidays bring on so much weight gain
- Getting a jump on the New Year’s resolutions
- What you want to make sure you do before going to a holiday party
- What you don’t want to eat on an empty stomach
- The foods you want to eat first at a party or holiday function
- How you can still enjoy alcohol but make the best choices with it
- The best foods to promote fullness
- Why you might need to slow down your eating time
- How you can use exercise to handle food in the best way possible
Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
- Podcast #18: Does Alcohol Have a Place In a Healthy Lifestyle?
- Episode #124: Benefits of Red Wine
- Benefits of High-Intensity Interval Training: BLOG
- Benefits of High-Intensity Interval Training: PODCAST
- Support me on Patreon: Patreon.com/wellness
- Free Healthy Eating Starter Kit eBook
Merry Christmas Ya Filthy Animals! And A Happy New Year
This podcast is not telling you that you need to avoid all those things that we can enjoy treat wise during the holidays. On the contrary, it’s main take away message is to indulge but not to overindulge. This is important if your health and wellness have been important to you through the year and if you’ve been doing some good work you deserve to enjoy this time of year. We all do.
Instead, this is about making the best choices possible and some tips that make enjoying those treats as little damaging as possible on your health and it is possible. These are the same tips and tricks that I use and might be useful to you if you’ve been wondering how you can avoid holiday overeating. But overall enjoy this time of year and the things you look forward to.
Just go easy on those vodka eggnogs…