Thanksgiving can be warm, fuzzy, and fabulous. But veer off your diet, and you may feel bloated, full, and regretful the next day. Don’t let one indulgence stop you from getting back on track! Follow these tips to help you bounce back after a holiday food hangover.
Give Yourself Grace
If you binged a little (or a lot) on Turkey Day, don’t guilt trip yourself the next day. Accept that what happened yesterday is in the past. Thanksgiving is only one day of the year. Your healthy habits the other 364 days of the year are what truly matters.
According to the Calorie Control Council, the average American consumes over 3,000 calories and 150 grams of fat on Thanksgiving Day. Try an exercise circuit or yoga to help aid in stress relief and digestion.
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Avoid Temptations By Getting Rid of Leftovers
Plan ahead of time by packing up leftovers for guests, or kindly refuse leftovers if you’re not hosting. If you have leftovers, remember to portion control and return to normal eating habits as quickly as possible. The more you stray from routine, the harder it will be to return to it.
Drink Plenty of Water
Water is key for digestion and flushing toxins, which is exactly what you need after your Thanksgiving meal. People often feel bloated the next day due to the high sugar and salt content. We recommend that you drink at least half of your body weight in ounces per day.