How Do You Handle Cheat Days?

How were your holidays? For me they were enjoyable in every aspect. Family, friends and of course food.

Holidays for many are “cheat days”. We, meaning me and so many go off the grid and eat the holiday foods we crave. For me it begins with Thanksgiving, this year I was able to control my cravings.

I contribute this to my healthy daily shake, #shakeology.  Shakeology works for me , and I know others have a nutritional shake that works for them. If it works continue with it as some of us require assistance to cut unhealthy cravings to keep us healthy with the nutrients to support our immune system, GI, pro and prebiotic.

I forced myself to eat a bit more for a few days during Christmas and my workouts were a struggle. I refused to repeat this for New Years. I know the food is different but the effects especially with alcohol.

I stayed focused not just because of recovering from Christmas but my history. I know I have in previous years made an excuse not to return to my workouts, continue to eat whatever until my clothes become snug or no longer fit.

Now I take control and if I feel I have intoxicated my body too much with foods giving me that sluggish feeling I  have a helper. A Cleanse,# 3 day Cleanse. Yes in a few days I am revived.

I recommend a cleanse to get your body back in sync to get your workout on. Choose your cleanse for result and effectiveness.


Published by nitrice

I am sharing my Fitness journey with others. I have experienced weight gains and weight loss both unhealthy and healthy. My journey now is one of a healthy lifestlye with fitness and nutrition. I want others to be EMPOWERED with my shared journey and know they too, can overcome the challenges and join me on my journey and make it an "Our Journey"

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