How to Avoid Overeating During the Holidays

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Implement these anti-overeating strategies to keep yourself in check
How to Avoid Overeating During the Holidays

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The holiday season is approaching, and with it comes the urge to indulge. Between holiday parties and family get-togethers you may feel temptation arise.

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You know that feeling when you’re so full you don’t want to stand up? Are you secretly unbuttoning the top of your pants under the dinner table? That’s the feeling you need to avoid this holiday season. After all, no one wants to feel uncomfortable and sick at a holiday party.

Staying hydrated throughout the day is key. “Often we think we're hungry but we're actually thirsty,” clinical nutritionist Zoe Morosini says. “Making sure you're consuming enough water helps your brain to know the difference between the two, so you don't eat too much at meal times.”

Knowing when to stop eating is key. As amazing as the food on your plate looks, you may need to implement these anti-overeating strategies to keep yourself in check.