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How to Get through Thanksgiving Without Overeating in Reno

How to Get through Thanksgiving Without Overeating in Reno 

Are you dreading this Thanksgiving? Do you tend to overindulge in all the yummy dishes? Here are tips to help you from overeating this Thanksgiving, but still enjoy all the wonderful dishes.

happy family eatingAccording to an article at offyourplatesf.com, “You Don’t Have to Overeat this Holiday”

“Thanksgiving is notorious as the holiday in which people overeat. Turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, pie. The treats are endless and portions extra large. As most of us know, more is not always better. So read on for tips on how to avoid the unnecessary excess that so often goes with Thanksgiving.

  1. Don’t try not to eat all day so you will have space to eat more during the Thanksgiving meal. Eat breakfast and lunch as usual. You can adjust your breakfast and lunch to be lighter meals than usual.

  2. Wear a belt to dinner. The belt will act as a gauge and a reminder for how full you are. If you find that you keep loosening your belt, it might be time to stop eating!

  3. Eat an apple before dinner. Apples help you feel full for longer because they are full of fiber. You’ll likely eat less mashed potatoes and dessert if you start with the apple.

  4. Drink a glass of water about half an hour before you sit down for dinner. People sometimes overeat when they’re thirsty. So hydrate beforehand, as a way to prevent overeating.” To read the entire article click here.

For more information on the no diet approach and intuitive eating, contact Barbara Cox at 775-329-0505 or visit ABCNutritionServices.com.

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