Donate leftover treats…bring to work, freeze them etc.
Maintain and increase physical activity. You can find great walking opportunities during the season while holiday shopping or looking at lights.
Stock your shelves. To keep weight loss efforts on target, keep an adequate supply of nutritious supplements and meal replacements on hand to thwart the overindulgence’s and poor eating habits of this festive but busy time of year.
The holiday season is an opportunity to be around friends and family. Be a chatterbox. One of the best ways to avoid overeating is to enjoy great conversation with your friends and family. This will help you eat less and at a slower pace.
Alcohol can be your worst enemy. It tends to weaken your resistance when it comes to eating, and the calories in drinks add up quickly. Try to drink one glass of water for every alcoholic beverage.
The holiday season presents enough opportunities to eat. So when you are celebrating big and small successes, do it with non-food rewards.
Above all, tell your spouse or close friend what would be your most challenging event or food to manage during the holidays. Get their help and support . Focus on that, increase interactions and support from them to get thru tempting times.
Enjoy the Season!