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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! On Thursday, people across the country will gather with loved ones and give thanks for all that they have. If you are like most people in this country, Thanksgiving is also a holiday that’s tied in with eating a big, heavy meal.
For many Americans, Thanksgiving is the start of a holiday season filled with tempting treats. Unfortunately, this provides a formula for weight gain. In fact, Americans may gain between one and ten pounds between Thanksgiving and the beginning of the New Year if they are not careful.
Of course, weight gain isn’t the only issue. Regularly consuming the tempting treats associated with Thanksgiving and the December holidays can also lead to imbalances in your system that result in poor digestion, sugar cravings, loss of energy, skin eruptions, and many other symptoms.
It all starts with Thanksgiving. So what should you to do to get your holiday season off to a healthy start? Here are my tips for a healthy day.
Many people decide that as long as they are going to be eating a huge feast later in the day, they might as well just give up on their health habits for the entire day. If you use Thanksgiving as an excuse to get out of bed and eat a donut, however, then you may notice sluggish energy and poor digestion as the day progresses. You may also put your body in a state where you eat even more than you would have had you started out your day normally.
Instead of calling the entire day a wash, I strongly suggest keeping your morning routine intact. Start out the morning with a cup of hot water with lemon. Enjoy Glowing Green Smoothies for breakfast to start out on the right foot. This will start you in a great nutritional position, keeping you hydrated and prepared to veer off track only a little when you sit down at a food-laden dinner table.
In many families, it is customary to nosh on all sorts of appetizers while visiting and awaiting the big meal. Instead of munching, focus on taking with your family and friends and enjoying your time with them.
Your mental state when you eat is important. Don’t munch away without paying attention to the foods you eat. Instead, be present as you eat your meal with an attitude of thankfulness. This will help with digestion, and you will be more likely to be aware of the foods you are using to nourish your body.
While eating with awareness will aid digestion, chances are you are going to eat some foods you haven’t had in a while. This can make it difficult for your body to digest these foods, so taking two digestive enzymes before your Thanksgiving dinner will help ease the process.
If your family eats turkey on Thanksgiving, encourage them to buy an organic, free-range turkey. Many specialty shops are happy to order the birds for you; or, visit a farm yourself that specializes in raising organic turkeys and choose one for your meal. If your family is particularly open-minded, you may even be able to convince them to skip the turkey altogether and instead enjoy a bounty of fresh, seasonal, organic plant-based foods. Family traditions after all, are what we make them.
Do you love turkey? It’s okay to have a little bit, but enjoy it with delicious vegetable options. (See the recipes below).
Let’s face it. Thanksgiving food is really good, and there’s a solid chance that seconds are going to happen. With so many delicious foods in front of you, it’s okay to be a little bit indulgent. A small portion of seconds is allowable, but avoid going in for a (glutinous) third helping. :)
Mint helps with digestion. A few hours after your meal, sit down and enjoy a nice cup of fresh mint tea.
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Enjoy veggies this Thanksgiving! You’ll feel like you’re having a treat, but you’ll still be eating healthful, nutritious foods, as well.
Sometimes baked veggies are so yummy! As long as we are having plenty of raw greens and veggies every day, it is okay to have some baked vegetables in the mix. This is especially delicious in wintertime, when we naturally crave warmer foods.
Pre-prep: Be sure to soak the quinoa overnight in water and rinse well before using.
Instructions for Preparing seeded and hollowed peppers:
Happy Thanksgiving!!! Love and peace to all.