Pros: Be realistic about holiday diet, fitness
Regardless of whether you've been naughty or nice this year, Santa and his party-happy elves will undoubtedly deliver a gaily wrapped wrench right into your best intentions for a healthy, trim you.Full Story
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Since: Oct 13
#1 Nov 8, 2013
If you've been on a healthy eating plan or a fitness routine, this time of the year might be challenging. Just don't get too stressed and beat yourself up over it. It's ok to have a cheat meal or two, just make sure you don't go overboard with second helpings or eating lots of desserts. And especially take it easy on the alcohol. You can still get some exercise in, like going for a brisk walk with friends or family.
#2 Nov 12, 2013
During the holidays I plan on to continue to take this fruit based fat blocker that my doctor recommended. I'm don't lots of weight, about 49 pounds! I am a new persona and feel great. I will give you the link here. http://alpinehealthlabs.com
Since: Feb 15
#4 Friday Feb 13
great advice! But whilst it's ok to 'forgive' yourself for occasional 'treats' it's not an excuse.
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