know, I know. We just finished up Thanksgiving festivities. And with
Hanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Year's around the corner, it would be so easy to give yourself a free pass to overindulge from now until next year. But I know you won't. You probably want to
avoid holiday weight gain, right? And maybe even lose some weight over the
If you're wondering how to accomplish these goals, I've got you covered. I'm sharing some of my fave tips here, and here's one reminder that will go really far, too: Keep the reason for the season top of mind! And nope, that reason isn't an endless supply of mom's famous pecan pie or Aunt Shelly's irresistible butterscotch cookies. It's enjoying time spent with family and friends, as well as spreading love and holiday cheer. Here's to a happy, healthy, and only moderately indulgent December!
Apps to Help You Stave Off Holiday Weight Gain
If you'd love to not gain an ounce over the holidays, read on. Up your accountability game with apps that'll help you stick to your healthy lifestyle goals. See which one I devote screen time to in this BostonGlobe.com article! When it comes to weight loss, I'm also a fan of little changes like swapping out higher-calorie seasonings for lower-cal ones like everything bagel spice mix. Having company over this holiday season? Consider these healthy entertaining recipes.
Amy's Recipe of the Week: Citrus Quinoa Salad with Prunes
The best thing to eat in between all those holiday cookies? Fresh fruits and veggies. That's why I love this simple salad, which offers plenty of fiber to help keep me fuller for longer so I don't overeat at holiday lunches or office parties!
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