Holiday Mistake #1
Skipping Breakfast. No matter how many parties you are attending – have a solid breakfast. Going to an event starving, results in over eating 99.9% of the time. This form of ‘saving’ calories results in eating way more – hence holiday weight gain. Unfortunately, coffee with or without fruit does not count. Here’s an sample:
- 1/2 cup cooked plain oatmeal
- 1/2 apple or top with other fruit of choice
- 1 whole egg
- 8 oz (1%/Soy/Lactose-Free) milk or single serving size of fat-free yogurt
*Some individuals need more or less calories depending on specific caloric needs.
Don’t forget about you
Wow, time flies, doesn’t it? I can hardly believe that it’s already October and that soon the holiday season will be upon us and we’ll soon be thinking of New Years Resolutions again.
This leads me to an important question that I’d like to ask you…what were your weight loss and health goals back in January? Do you remember those resolutions you set for yourself to get healthier, to lose the same 20 pounds you’ve been trying to lose year after year?
Now , let’s fast forward to 10 months.
- Have you lost the weight you hoped for?
- Are your energy levels higher?
- Do you feel healthier?
If you answered NO to one or more of these questions, trust me you are not alone. In fact, new research has shown that a whopping 80% of people give up on their New Year’s resolutions and many throw in the towel by January 12!
What to do Instead…
The good news, it’s not too late to answer YES to all 3 of these questions before 2020 comes to an end.
[CLICK HERE] to fill out the application and it submit. Over the next two weeks, I will choose 10 applicants to receive a complimentary “Weight Loss Break Through Session” from me.