Keep It Simple.

Two days to go until Christmas- are you hanging in there? In keeping with my tips and suggestions I’ve been posting over the past couple of weeks on everything from staying on course with your eating habits and not forgoing your workouts, let’s stick to one common thread that I hope has gone through for […]

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Keeping Fit During the Holiday: Balance, Don’t Binge

With all the melee that inevitably surrounds us during the holidays, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and notice a bit of shift in priorities. Last week, we focused quite a bit on how to approach some tricky eating scenarios. But what about exercise? Are you finding that the workouts you were doing with such regularity […]

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Tricky Holiday Dining Event #5: The Grand Finale, Dessert

Think back to the holiday season of 2014. What was the outcome of your approach to eating during that time, and, in particular, how did you handle the main holiday meal? Maybe you started the day with a workout, eliciting a more sensitive insulin response, allowing you to more efficiently process the excess carbs, and […]

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Tricky Holiday Dining Event #4: Hosting the Holiday Meal

Hosting the holiday dinner in your own home is quite possibly the easiest route to go. Unless you’re someone who doesn’t enjoy cooking, preparing the holiday meal in your very own kitchen allows you to take complete control over what will be served, rest assured there are no tricky hidden ingredients to be cautious of […]

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Tricky Holiday Dining Event #3: The Cocktail Party

Care for a hot, steaming mug of eggnog?  How about a cranberry cosmopolitan?    While we’ve been covering various eating during the holiday scenarios this week, the topic of what to sip on, if you’re someone who likes to have a drink has yet to be addressed. Don’t worry, I’m not going to suggest you […]

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Tricky Holiday Dining Event #1: Attending an Event with a Set Menu

With less than two weeks to go until both Christmas and Hanukkah begin, things are undoubtedly ramping up in terms of having way too much to do in far too little time. There’s shopping for gifts, making last minute travel arrangements and, of course, finalizing plans for the main holiday-related dining events. While it’s straightforward […]

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