If you are working on your health goals, your fitness, managing a chronic disease, or trying to lose or maintain your weight, the holidays can definitely make it challenging to stick to your routine. Here are my 10 tips to help you stay on track!
Seek help with your nutrition and weight loss goals. A Registered Dietitian is a regulated health care professional who has at least a 4 year Bachelors of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences, and a 1 year practical internship program. RDs must prove their continuing education each year, which ensures we keep up to date with the latest nutritional science. An RD can help you with weight management, cardiovascular disease, digestive disorders, emotional eating, type 2 diabetes, blood pressure management, prenatal nutrition, meal planning, and helping you increase your energy and feel your best. BONUS: your employer health benefits or health spending accounts may cover the services from a dietitian!
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2/18/2019 05:08:54 am
Weight gain is one of the many downsides of the Holiday season. I mean, it is really hard to not gain weight when there is a lot of great food on the table. It is also the time of the year where we can just loosen up. To me, the holidays are like our annual cheat day. It is not like we would regret it afterwards though, what I am saying is that we still need to control the things we do during the holidays.
8/4/2022 07:41:19 am
You’re a really good writer, and these are all ultra excellent ideas!
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