KRON 4 | Bouncing Back from a Binge

VIDEO:  Once again I had the pleasure of chatting with Marty Gonzalez, weekend anchor of “KRON 4 Morning News Weekend”…

Thanksgiving to Christmas seemed like one continuous food fest — from office parties, family gatherings, and cookie exchanges — making it especially challenging for you to control your eating and manage your weight. If you consumed more calories than you expended, you may have closed out the year with a wider waistline and a guilty conscience. Well, don’t fret because here are some humane ways to get back on track.

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KRON 4 | Holiday Survival Tips

The holidays can be a stressful time if you’re trying to lose weight. Parties are focused around food, alcohol and temptation. Don’t throw up your hands in defeat before the party even begins. Here are some tips to cope and still enjoy the festivities.

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How to Bounce Back from a Binge

Fat Man_istock_000012609799xsmall_800x450The holiday feasting is finally behind us. Since Thanksgiving seemed to roll right into Christmas this year, perhaps it was especially challenging for you to control your eating and manage your weight. If you consumed more calories than you expended, you may be starting the new year with a wider waistline and a guilty conscience. Well, don’t fret because here are 10 humane ways to get back on track.

1. DON’T beat yourself up for “being bad”. Avoid dwelling on having gone back for seconds (or thirds) and/or indulging in Aunt Clara’s irresistible tray of homemade cookies. Beating yourself up because you “went off your diet” will only bring on feelings of failure.

2. DON’T starve yourself or overly restrict your calories to “make up for being bad”.

3. DON’T vow to “go on a diet” and here’s why…   Continue reading “How to Bounce Back from a Binge”