I hate to talk about how to lose weight this time of the year. This is the time of year for turkey, gravy, rolls and more gravy....right?I don't want to talk about a "diet" until January 1st.
In case you are trying to lose weight around during the holidays here are seven foods and how long you would need to walk to burn them off according to thrillist :
You may be trying to eat healthy because you made a New Years resolution. Or you may just want to feel normal on the Monday following the Super Bowl. As Americans we always over eat on Thanksgiving, Christmas and the Super Bowl.
I don't know what there are more of - fashion fads or diet fads. In just the last few weeks I've heard of diets where you count your bites, or you only need to exercise for 1 minute each day, and now another new diet for 2015 - don't eat after 4pm.
I've never been good at watching what I eat unless it is me watching it disappear into my mouth. So the thought of starting a diet right now, as we enter the holiday season, seems not only crazy...but impossible!
When you decide to diet - there all sorts of options! Now there is a diet that counts how many bites you take. According to the diet you are allowed to take 100 bites and you have to chew them 10-20 each and that will help you lose weight.
Holy cow - if you are looking to lose weight there are literally tons of books with different ways to shed pounds. So which one is best? Starting a diet is a lot like choosing a religion. You want the right one that isn't a waste of time, that is best for you and you feel is right, and also still let's you live a normal life.
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