It's Okay to Say No
Guess what? It’s okay to say no. It can be uncomfortable or feel impolite not to eat a special dish or dessert when a friend or family member has made it, but don’t be afraid to say a simple, “No, thank you.” Nowhere is it written that you must indulge in foods that simply don’t make you feel your best. When your hostess hands you a piece of her handmade pecan pie or glass of eggnog, for example, and you know you will regret it later, feel free to pass. If you must explain, just tell them nicely that certain foods don’t agree with you, or that you’re full right now but might try some later (Note to self: It’s your body!).
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