Set Yourself Up for Success
Set yourself up for success this holiday season. We all know that many people plan to make New Year’s resolutions to be healthier or lose weight, but studies show that many people then give themselves permission to binge-eat throughout the month of December. Overindulging for days or weeks at a time is not healthy for your heart, blood sugar levels, or your waistline!
Instead, think about how you want to feel on New Year’s Day and get clear about your intentions. Think about why you want to achieve that goal. How will it feel in your body? In your clothes? How will it affect your self-confidence? Your relationships?
The clearer you are about your goals, the more likely you are to achieve them. You can also focus on achieving a few non-food-related health goals, such as getting seven to eight hours of sleep each night; drinking half your weight in water every day, and getting exercise three to four days a week.
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