Welcome to a special Thanksgiving Edition of our Naturally Intense Health & Fitness Newsletter.
I hope that you enjoy the articles and I would like to take the opportunity to wish you and yours a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanks for reading and I am always happy to hear from you if you have any health or fitness related questions!
|5 Ways To Avoid Overeating During Thanksgiving|
Every year people struggle with the Herculean task of eating well during Thanksgiving. The holidays are a great time to be with friends and family but it is just so easy to lose all sense of moderation when there is so much food about- and of course the pressure to eat what everyone else is eating. I have been commended over the years (and yelled at) for never wavering on my diet, no matter what the occasion. As gratifying as it might be for me to claim some exceptional degree of discipline and self control as the reason why I always stay on the straight and narrow, the reality is bit less less glamorous. Namely that I learned a set of skills to eat consistently well after failing miserably like everyone else for years and years! Eating well isn't rocket science but without the proper tools it can seem as daunting a task as putting a man on Mars. Here are five proven strategies that have helped me and the hundreds of people that I have worked with over the past twenty years stay on track for the holiday and throughout the yearRead The Full Article Here!
|The Truth About Turkeys- Why You Should Go Organic
Thanksgiving is hands down my favorite American holiday- the tradition of giving thanks every year with friends and family handed down from the early European settlers of the continent is truly special. But things in some ways are quite different from the way they were when the pilgrims first landed on Plymouth Rock. In those days, long before the era of factory farming and food industrialization their food sources were known to all. Everyone knew intimately what a turkey was- whether you were a butcher or not and everyone knew where they came from and to some degree what their lives were like. Fast forward to today's Thanksgiving several hundred years later and you will see a huge disconnect between consumers and their food sources....