Give the gift of PRESENCE, not presents this holiday season! 🎁
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GREAT TIPS To Bounce Back After The Holiday Binge... and Get Your Nutrition Back on Track
1. GET RID OF THE GUILT: First thing, be kind to yourself. Enjoy the moment, accept it as a temporary divergence, and move on. If you’re feeling down, negative feelings are likely to multiply. This can lead to more self-destructive or self-punishing behavior. Take a deep breath and go easy on yourself. The next time you have a treat, practice savoring and enjoying it.
2. DON’T WEIGH YOURSELF: You’re most probably retaining water from salt and overeating. Weighing yourself won’t give you an accurate measure of your weight. Also, stop inspecting and judging your body in front of the mirror.
3. OUT OF SITE, OUT OF MIND: Digestion begins in the brain. Simply seeing food can lead to a seriously strong desire to eat it, even if you’re not hungry. Get rid of all the leftovers that are not part of your healthy eating plan. Give them away or sent them to the trash. If the trigger foods are gone, there is no way for them to trigger another binge.
4. WALK IT OFF: Don’t let the weight of your food take you straight down to the couch. Lying down can give you heartburn and other gastro issues. Use all the excess energy to your advantage and get moving!
5. DON’T STARVE YOURSELF: Don’t skip breakfast. This is one of the WORST things you can do! It’s easy to rebound from a binge and overreact by shunning food. But don’t swing to the other extreme. Consuming large quantities of sugar, and then not eating can send your blood sugar levels soaring and then crashing down, leading to low blood sugar and irritability. This can easily lead to another binge and feelings of hopelessness. The trick is to keep your breakfast light. Make a protein & veggie-packed breakfast like an omelet or have a MAX 180 PROTEIN SHAKE with fresh berries. Eating breakfast is important as it kickstarts your metabolism. It can also get you into the right mindset that will allow you to resume your healthy eating schedule.
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In 1960 Jane Jacobs’s book The Death and Life of Great American Cities sent shockwaves through the architecture and planning worlds, with its exploration of the consequences of modern planners’ and architects’ reconfiguration of cities. Jacobs was also an activist, who was involved in many fights in mid-century New York, to stop “master builder” Robert Moses from running roughshod over the city. CITIZEN JANE: THE BATTLE FOR THE CITY on HT's screen for one night only this Tuesday at 7 pm, a part of our ongoing series, The Art of Living Well. More info and tix on our website or call our box office at (609) 466-1964.
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