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YOU CAN HAVE YOUR PIE & EAT IT TOO: TIPS FOR A HEALTHY AND GUILT-FREE THANKSGIVING

YOU CAN HAVE YOUR PIE & EAT IT TOO: TIPS FOR A HEALTHY AND GUILT-FREE THANKSGIVING

 

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Hi! Carina here, resident Territory data scientist, nutritionist, Certified Whole30 coach and avid wellness guru with some holiday pro tips.

Whether you’re a macro counter or you just try not to make sugar and gluten the star of every meal, the holiday season can be a tempting derailing opportunity for healthy eaters across the spectrum.

On one hand, we want to let go and enjoy the season with our friends and family. With an abundance of holiday parties, increased travel, and colder weather, the thought of skipping the gym and eating cookies as a meal can certainly be enticing. On the other hand, we prioritize healthy eating and regular exercise, do we really want to change our routine and potentially lose some of the amazing habits we have formed for a few weeks of indulgence?!

As we quickly approach the holiday centered around food, how do we balance staying on track with our health goals while also indulging on a day notorious for heavy and sugary food?

What if you could strike a balance this Thanksgiving? What if you could ease up on your health routine, without losing all of the progress you have made?

These 6 tips can help you do just that and set you up for an epic Thanksgiving full of nourishment — both physically and emotionally.

 

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