January 9

3 Tips to Help Women Over 50 Avoid Holiday Weight Gain


3 Tips to Help Women Over 50 Avoid Holiday Weight Gain
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  • Love using the exit strategy. Worked well for both Christmas and then again New Year’s. I chose not to treat the holiday as the entire week.

  • Nice & polished presentation. I was concerned about the new format. The new format is good as a timesaver – which is good for a busy life. The old format was nice to see who all was joining and commenting on your message. I like the new format and once in a while maybe have a monthly or quarterly live call where people can ask questions.

  • A bit of planning goes a long way – it’s true that a holiday like Christmas is just one day but I also like to think of it as one special meal. The whole day is not a free-for-all! I enjoyed my Christmas lunch so much more this year because I fasted right up until the moment I took that first bite. I enjoyed the meal but didn’t have the discomfort of overeating because I hadn’t been eating all day. I try to apply this principle to all important celebration events in my life – it’s one celebration meal, not a whole day of eating everything in sight.

  • Dy Ann, thanks for sharing these golden nuggets❤ Your previous message…”Permission without punishment and having an exit strategy” really helped me enjoy the holiday season, AND I continued to lose weight because I had a solid exit strategy in place — It was truly a game changer for me! In the past, I would typically gain weight during the holiday season (Oct-Dec), but NOT this year. As a result, I feel great coming into the new year 🙌💕

  • Great tips! I used #3 a couple weeks ago. Went to a one year olds birthday party. It was outside my feasting window. Just had black coffee. No one noticed.

  • I had fun and indulged this Christmas, but I also had my exit strategy in place beforehand. What a difference this makes.

  • I’m going to work harder on tip#2 “have an exit strategy”. If I break my fast earlier than normal “to live authentically” sometimes I have the mindset “well I broke my fast anyhow so why not take advantage and splurge the rest of the day”. Then I regret the over indulging.

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