26 November, 2019 0
Thanksgiving turkey, maintain your diet this Thanksgiving

3 Tips to Help You Eat Smarter This Thanksgiving

Maintain your diet this Thanksgiving.

If you are on a diet, then you may be worried about all the temptation you will face this Thanksgiving.  However, there are strategies that you can try to eat healthier this holiday.  Here are three tips that you can try to maintain your diet this Thanksgiving.

1) Don’t Skip the Turkey

The star of most Thanksgiving dinners is a roasted turkey.  While many are worried about overindulging, turkey is actually an excellent source of lean protein.  Because protein helps you feel fuller longer, loading up on the turkey will keep you satisfied and make it easier to pass on fattier foods.  When serving yourself, stick to the white meat and avoid the skin as this is the leanest part of the turkey.

2) Eat Off a Smaller Plate

When we serve ourselves food, we tend to take too much when our plates are large.  This often results in overeating.  Using a smaller dinner plate will help with portion control.  According to researchers from Cornell University, a 30% reduction in plate size leads to an average 30% reduction in food consumption.

3) Eat Slowly

When we eat quickly, we do not give our brains a chance to register when the food hits our stomach.  This can cause us to overeat.  So, while you may be tempted to dig in, do your best to pace yourself.  This will help you avoid a binge session and all the bloating and guilt that comes with it.

These are some of the tips that you should try to maintain your diet this Thanksgiving.  Do you need assistance with your insurance this holiday season?  If so, then contact the experts at Fuller Insurance Agency.  We are ready to get you the coverage that you need today.

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