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December 28, 2019

Now That The Holidays Are Over, How To Start 2020 Off Right?!

With the new year rapidly approaching, the thought of cleanses and detoxing in order to get ready for that New Year New YOU we are always hearing about just becomes a strain to try and keep up with. In fact, Andy Clarke agrees:

http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZStQ8uCTKoO8Ev28ZCJpNqEOwwDIEi4.yq54KvpqWzO7RFqzKhffJjh.zjb_PruQ18UIcZlHuV.ZQ--For years I made myself a slave to the January detox, only allowing myself to eat and drink plain misery. But as you become older, you become (debatably) wiser, so these days I’m all about keeping things as exciting as possible when it comes to food in this otherwise dark and gloomy month. So, I want to tempt everyone out of boring culinary New Year traditions by focusing on colour, flavour and variety – the perfect tactic for blowing away the winter blues. these days I’m all about keeping things as exciting as possible when it comes to food in this otherwise dark and gloomy month. So, I want to tempt everyone out of boring culinary New Year traditions by focusing on colour, flavour and variety – the perfect tactic for blowing away the winter blues. My favourite food at this time of year is from the Far East – its fresh flavours and textures are the perfect antidote to the rich Christmas classics we shovelled down our necks in the name of silly season. Read More…

 

Another person who has had it with the fad diets and food detoxes that many pursue in the new year is Lori Miranda. Here's hwat she has to say:

http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZSj9kks7Ck.pGXdlENbt6yj0CyCKjn_qg_t5LosisGjM.lAy_7UjXSbQgRklZjLlnYEWYPdplCiLaq23UxA1XRY5zoUekidENhRj_QzHM5l594lz5ZkDeVMFznywePwXZPnBLDU9KKc8DMcmDFgLk1qynb3i71JRso-This time of year is filled with gift-giving, meal preparations, Mariah Carey’s Christmas album, and, of course, the chatter of impending diets. If I hear one more person talk about how they are swearing off carbs or doing a food detox in the new year, I may scream. What we tend to focus on Perhaps it’s the way the new year so perfectly dovetails with the bevy of holiday parties and meals that prompts us to set goals around eating and weight loss, but it’s definitely a hot topic of conversation this time of year. Just last year, weight loss was the second biggest New Year’s resolution (behind saving money). It beat out having more sex, traveling more, reading more books, learning a new skill or hobby, buying a house, quitting smoking, and finding love. While 55 percent of us set resolutions that focus on health, we are misguided in thinking that weight loss and health are synonymous… Read More…

 

But not to worry, there is still hope for us all, as shared by The Weekend Gourmet:

Getting Back to Healthy Eating After the Holidays #healthynewyear #postholidaydiet #healthyresolutions

Christmas is nearly here…which means New Year's Eve is right around the corner. That means the start of post-holiday diet and exercise plans for many of us. Today, The Weekend Gourmet's correspondent is sharing tips to effectively transition from holiday overindulging to a healthy 2020. Read More…

 

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