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The Ultimate Guide to a Healthy Thanksgiving

Five Tips to Maintain Your Sanity During the Holidays!

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Don’t let Thanksgiving Derail Your Health

Thanksgiving is practically here. And this year, we’re all planning on sitting around the table with our loved ones again. We can help you kick off the holidays and guide you to a healthier Thanksgiving! Meet some of our very own Dunn Pellier Media clients.

Get ready for game day: Eat a healthy breakfast.

Get ready to fast – intermittent fast to better health. Start “break-fast” with a tall glass of water, followed by some kind of herbal tea or hot water with lemon. If you can, follow that with green juice.

To have a healthy breakfast we recommend some kind of greens and eggs. We suggest some scrambled eggs and arugula with some extra virgin olive oil. What this does is hydrate and alkalize your body and begin to neutralize the acidic foods you’re about to ingest.

For amazing breakfast recipe ideas, check out Dr. Mindy Pelz. She’s also got some amazing holiday recipes as well, and be sure to check out her holiday gift guide complete with deep discounts so you can save on her healthy picks!

Stay hydrated. 

While you sleep you build up toxins.  We suggest that you begin your day with water and herbal teas to help flush out those toxins.  To stay hydrated throughout the day, keep water nearby. You might think you are hungry, but actually are dehydrated and need water. Drink plenty of water after breakfast and right up until you begin feasting on any holiday fare.

Amp up your digestion with Power Life. 

There is no way around it: if you’re going to indulge in all the treats this holiday has to offer, set yourself up for success.  You can arm your digestive system with some pre and probiotics from our client, Tony Horton, creator of Power Life. His favorite product, Foundation Four is a formula that combines the nutritional powerhouses of green vegetables, magnesium, and pre and probiotics into one convenient powder.

It contains 2 daily servings of organic vegetables.  One of them is acacia fiber that helps with gas and bloating.  Did you know that eating too much Thanksgiving food can cause gas and bloat?  You won’t eat as much by amping up your digestion beforehand by adding in Foundation Four.

Order the best most sustainable vegetables for your holiday meal. 

If you want some of the best-sourced vegetables in all of the USA that is ranked the highest in nutrients, meet Farmer Lee Jones.  All of the vegetables grown on his farm are free of pesticides and sustainably grown. Order your Farmer Jones Farm Thanksgiving box today with vegetables to serve 4-6 people.

Have a pre and post-workout game plan. 

The holidays would not be complete without a game plan to work off those extra holiday calories. Think about exercise first.

If you don’t already have a go-to workout or if you’re looking to try something new, try Les Mills, or Bulldog Yoga. These virtual fitness apps contain workouts you can do anywhere, anytime. 

There you have it, a simple game plan to help keep you healthy and on track during the holidays.  From our Thanksgiving table to yours, we wish you and your family a wonderful, healthy, and happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy!

Want Mental Clarity AND Fat Loss?

Go Keto, says Drew Manning, and yes: Eat more Fat!

As health trends tend to do, once they start spreading, they spread like wildfire. The Keto health trend is one such example, and if you’re looking for an amazing bio hack to jumpstart your health and gain mental clarity, you might want to dive deeper into what it means to be Keto.

Celebrity fitness trainer, Drew Manning, created the 60 Day Keto Jumpstart specifically for this reason.

As he said in an article in Organic Authority by Emily Monaco, by going Keto, “People are experiencing this mental clarity that they’ve never experienced before.”

As part of Manning’s program, he encourages intermittent fasting (where you don’t eat for a span of up to 16 hours but at least 12 hours), eating fatty foods (yes, you read that right, but don’t head to the greasy fried foods just yet), and following a program that feels easy and frankly, not like dieting at all.

In Manning’s words, “the Ketogenic Diet is a high fat, moderate protein, and low carbohydrate diet. Through the restriction of carbohydrates, it re-programs your metabolism to burn your fat stores for fuel rather than using the glycogen stored in your muscles. The low-carb intake helps to keep your insulin and blood sugar levels from spiking. This allows your fat cells to begin releasing fatty acids, which your liver will then break down to produce what are called “ketones.” Ketosis is the physiological state that is achieved when your body breaks down ketones for energy rather than the glucose from carbohydrates.”

Sound interesting? We thought so too.

For more information, visit https://keto.fit2fat2fit.com/fat-for-fue

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