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  1. EAT BREAKFAST so that you’re not starving by the time you get to the main event.

  2. Don’t eat cheese…save the space for foods that are special to this day 🙂

  3. Try to limit your alcohol intake to 2 glasses…

  4. If BREAD is being served, don’t eat it unless its some of the
    best bread EVER.

  5. Add lots of GREEN VEGETABLES, salad to your plate…

  6. SO MANY CHOICES — Take SUPER small amounts of each dish — like SAMPLE SIZES to start because you’ll probably want to go back for just your favorites.

  7. Limit the gravy to 1 tablespoon.

  8. EAT SLOWLY…It takes10-20 min for the stomach to tell the brain that it’s full.

  9. DESSERT: eat the ones that are special to this day–take a SLIVER of a piece of pie and a tablespoon of ice cream instead of a small plateful or opt out!

  10. Try not to take home LEFTOVERS. This is where the weight gain really happens. One day of a 3000 calorie meal, okay. But 2-3 days of it = tight pants.

DON’T USE THE HOLIDAY AS AN EXCUSE to say F-it to your goals of living a healthy lifestyle. Get back into the routine of eating healthy and exercising on Monday 🙂