Thanksgiving Diet Survival Guide

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Thanksgiving is about spending time with family and friends, giving gratitude for all the blessings in your life, and, of course, FOOD!

If you’ve been watching your caloric intake, Thanksgiving can be a treacherous time. Stuffing, potatoes, and pie—oh my!

But there is a way to enjoy all the goodness of a Thanksgiving Feast without losing all your gains (so to speak). It’s all just a matter of making a few small substitutions and watching your serving sizes.

We’ll call this INSTEAD OF EATING THIS, EAT THAT!

With these small modifications, you can save yourself approximately 1,000 calories and still get a complete—and delicious—Thanksgiving meal, complete with Pumpkin pie.

See? There’s no need to feel deprived during the holidays. It’s really about moderation. Sure, Thanksgiving isn’t known for moderation. But what better time to practice a little constraint than on a day dedicated to focusing on gratitude for life’s abundance, right?

So enjoy your Thanksgiving this year—and enjoy the day after Thanksgiving without all the post-Thanksgiving guilt. Instead, spend it focused on your family, your friends, and the good fortune you’ve been blessed with in your life!

And if you want a little extra help, take Cheat 30 minutes before you sit down to eat your meal. The all-natural fiber will expand in your stomach, creating a full feeling and curbing your appetite. Want to try it out? Contact your Xyngular Distributor today or call 801.756.8808 to order yours.

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