Last week, we discussed the role of emotions and memories in our food choices during the holidays. This week we have a short education on protein and why it is vital to helping curb your cravings on any day but especially on traditionally carb-filled holidays.
This is part 1 in our series on how to survive the holiday season without losing control or getting off track. There are so many different factors that shape our behavior during the holidays. We will be addressing some of them and discussing ways in which you can work to enjoy this time of the year without deprivation.
Despite the bad rap that the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s celebrations get, I believe Halloween has the potential to do the most damage to your weight. We will certainly be talking soon about how to navigate the holiday season, but for right now, I want to talk about why I believe Halloween has such potential ...
The best laid plans are often thwarted by the most innocent motives. Even if you have instituted strategies for your own candy purchasing for the house and guidelines for the workplace, you still may have to figure out how to deal with the candy that your children have brought home from a night of canvassing the neighborhood.
Halloween in the workplace seems to be a completely different situation than at home, so it requires different strategies. Depending on where you are in your weight loss or maintenance process, your implementation can vary. These strategies can also be applied any time of year when candy is abundant in the workplace. Below are some ...
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