I don’t know about you, but for me, it seems that once mid-October hits I am in this constant battle between the diet I want to follow and the constant barrage of food that is placed in front of me.
Between fall break, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve with all the celebrations that come with them it can feel near impossible to make wise dietary food decisions.
For some, it is related to a desire for weight loss but for others who have illnesses, like diabetes, the need to avoid overindulging can be more serious. Beyond the diet issues, there are those who have substance use disorders, and the holidays are a tough time to try to maintain sobriety without a good plan. Whether food or alcohol is the issue, here are a few tips to help make it through the holiday season
1. Pregame Before Events
I know that young people have a slightly different definition of “pregaming”, but it is