Do This One Thing and Avoid Overeating on Thanksgiving (+ holiday recipe)

With Thanksgiving happening this week, there’s been a lot of food talk going on around my office lately.  Clients are scheduling last-minute strategy sessions for tips on how they can avoid overindulging and stay on track with their healthy eating plans.

Are you worried about going overboard on Thanksgiving and gaining weight?

There is one incredibly simple yet highly effective thing you can do to avoid this.

Set an intention for how you would like to feel after the meal and hold yourself accountable by writing it down.  Share your intention with a loving friend or family member for extra support.  Maybe they will join in and do it with you.  That’s it!


Of course, you need to be serious about it or it’s not going to work.  If you honestly want to feel well at the end of the day on Thanksgiving, set this as an intention and it will become a self-fulfilling prophecy. It really works.

Give it a try and let me know how you make out by adding a comment below.

Before you go, grab a copy of my Cranberry Fruit Relish recipe.  It’s hard to believe I’ve been making this since 1984.  It’s that good!

Have a Happy Thanksgiving.  Wishing you lots of love and peace.



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