Eating Heartily but Consciously
I'm sure all of us had a sumptuous dinner after having our Noche Buena and I know there are still lots of foods left from our fridge. Hearty indulgence in the many foods shared at Christmas therefore doesn't produce the same feelings of guilt. Nevertheless, its not a pleasant thought to start the New Year carrying any extra pounds. So why then eat yourself into a resolution to take off a few extra pounds if you can smartly avoid it?
Well, believe it or not but I actually applied it. I am on a diet right now despite of all those tempting yummy foods we have. We still have so many left over foods here . Ive been so conscious about my weight lately and I don't like to look like a barrel anymore since I find it hard to wear my clothes and I'm so sick and tired of hearing all those negative compliments from people who knew me when I was still skinny chick. lol! I knew that one of the reasons why I gained a lot of weight is because of overindulgence on foods that's why I am now controlling myself.
At a party where more desserts and sweets are likely to be available, a few of the selections can be sampled. My advise is that if you really want to try everything,then do so, but then second helpings have to be severely limited. The same is true for our holiday meals. One big difference is that the food served during meal time will be heavier, so by selecting portions wisely, one can always say truthfully that the stomach is full and I know and I believe that makes eating heartily but consciously.