Friday, December 15th, 2017

10 BAD Ideas For Dieting On Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Dinner 10 BAD Ideas For Dieting On ThanksgivingThe definition of an optimist: Someone who starts their diet on Thanksgiving.

FYI…The average American consumes 4500 calories on Thanksgiving!

Guest post by Baby Boomer Talk Online fitness expert Jon Benson.

This morning it was there.

By this evening it was gone. Apparently pulled
due to a ton of poor reviews.

What am I talking about?

An article that (formerly) ran on the top spot
on MSNBC about how to “eat healthy” for
Thanksgiving… “10 ideas” for dieting during
the holidays.

YUCK.

Listen: I’m no purist. Never have been. Never
will be. Purists are a bit freaky for my tastes.
When it comes to food they never have any
fun. And rarely do they have “fun” at all.

That’s no way to live if you ask me.

Apparently I wasn’t the only one who thought
an article about “10 diet-tips for T-Day” was
a really, REALLY bad idea.

Here’s the first three comments posted to the
article… the rest were pretty much the same:


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Pretty funny, eh?

But hold on just a second: I’m not saying you
should have triple-servings of pumpkin pie and
eat until you feel sick…

And that’s what most people do on T-Day. Sadly,
T-Day is the nation’s number one day for heart
attacks due to the surge in calories combined
with the stress of travel and family.

WANT A BETTER IDEA? One that can help you
drop 1-2 lb between now and the end of the
week… while enjoying Thanksgiving?

1. Starting today, cut your carbs back to just
a handful of starchy carbs per day (literally a
handful) — or none at all.

2. Substitute all starch for green veggies cooked
in olive or coconut oil. Tasty, trust me.

3. Eat each meal on a SMALLER PLATE… this
is just for the next three days. So your serving
sizes should be about 1/2 to 3/4 normal.

4. Drink at least 12 glasses of water per day.
I know that sounds like a drag, but you can
make it tasty if you add lemon and Stevia, a
natural sweetener to it. Lemonade all day!

5. Finally, no food 4 hours prior to bedtime
unless it is raw green veggies (in other words…
no food. : )

Then enjoy your Thanksgiving
meal with the following tips:

1. Continue with the small plates (or just go
with smaller servings)… don’t worry, on my
plan you’ll eat all you want…

2. Eat SLOWLY. Do not rush. Your brain will
signal your stomach that you are full in time
to prevent those horrible stomach pains from
eating too much at once.

3. Wait a few hours, then have seconds! Same
idea, but even less food.

4. Eat your dessert after your second feeding
but do NOT eat it without first eating real food.
That way you’ll have less of it but still get all
the taste you desire.

5. Stop eating when the sun goes down… this
is KEY to enjoying your meal and letting it
digest without packing on bodyfat.

6. Give your leftovers to the homeless… they
need them more than you do.

7. Be SURE to drink plenty of water throughout
the day and the following day drink even more.

These 7 ideas are just the tip of the iceberg when
it comes to using “bad food” to melt your bodyfat…

Go here and get prepared for the rest of the
holiday season:

Click Here To Learn Alternating “Cheat” Days~Drop fat eating real food

This presentation will tell you all about the plan
I use year-round to enjoy my favorite foods every
single week and still stay lean and healthy.

It’s not as hard as the plan I gave you above…
in fact a lot of people use my “diet/no-diet” day
approach and do just fine.

Enjoy the holidays!

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Jon Benson Creator, FitOver40.com

P.S. Using the tricks you’ll find on the page below
you can keep your bodyfat low without being a
party-pooper…

Click Here For Favorite Foods Dietplan~An enjoyable eating plan

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