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Take your No-Diet habits along to avoid weight gain.

Vacation mode is officially on, it’s time to kick back and relax.
And the best part?
You can indulge on vacation without blowing your weight loss plan
when you take your No-Diet healthy habits along.

Food lovers unite

Let’s face it, most of us are food lovers at heart, and going on vacation means we get to tantalize our taste buds with all sorts of local delicacies.

But, have you ever found yourself on the journey back home, feeling a tad regretful?

Maybe you wish you had indulged less or had one too many of those exotic cocktails.

Those guilty feelings and worries about tomorrow’s weigh-in can quickly dampen the joy of your fantastic trip.

Eat less exercise more

5 No-Diet tried and true habits keep you on track.

Here are the top 5 habits I swear by when I’m on vacation.
These will allow you to relish all those flavors, maintain control over your eating habits, and bid farewell to guilt and the fear of packing on extra pounds.
You’ll be heading home with confidence and genuine pride in yourself!

Habits sugar, snacking,stress, sleep, sitting

1. Don’t Eat Crap

If you don’t eat potato chips at home, then don’t eat them on vacation.

There’s nothing special about the average junk food you can get at any grocery store. Forget the giant bag of M&M’s, and skip the line at McDonald’s.

However, if you’re in Maine and they have freshly caught lobster on the menu, order it! And dip it in the butter!

If you’re going to Italy, enjoy the pasta, and when in Mexico, you just have to have chips with salsa or fresh-made guacamole.

Whatever it is, make it a special indulgence, don’t just indulge for the sake of it.

Ask yourself, is this food good enough for me?
How will I feel after I eat it?

Download the “Should I Eat It Guide” to help you guide you to stay on track.

2.  Listen to Your Healthy Voice in your Body 

Pay attention to your body’s signals of hunger and fullness.

It’s okay to treat yourself but remember to tune in and eat until you’re comfortably satisfied, not stuffed.

By honoring your body’s needs, you can strike a balance between enjoying your meals and avoiding that uncomfortable “OMG, I ate so much” feeling.

Don’t take a vacation from fruits and vegetables. You may find they taste even better wherever you travel than any you’ve eaten at home.

Make it a habit to eat them first; veggies fill you up and prevent the higher sugar spike from indulgences.

3. Keep Moving

Just because you’re on vacation doesn’t mean you should stop moving.

You’re on vacation… that means the “I don’t have time” excuse does not apply!

A vacation is the perfect time to get moving and explore your surroundings. Take advantage of the beautiful sights and sounds by taking a leisurely stroll, hiking in nature, or walking to the coffee shop.

4. Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate

Amidst all the excitement, it’s easy to forget about staying hydrated.

But trust me, drinking enough water is crucial for your overall well-being and maintaining a healthy balance while on vacation.

Carry a refillable water bottle with you always, and make it a point to sip on water throughout the day.

5. Embrace the 80/20 Rule:

Vacation is a time to let loose and enjoy yourself, but that doesn’t mean you have to throw all caution to the wind.

Adopt the 80/20 rule, where 80% of your food choices are nutritious and aligned with your healthy lifestyle, while 20% can be more indulgent treats.

This way, you can have your cake (or gelato) and eat it, too, without any guilt.

Habits take practice; forgive, recommit, embrace your journey

So go and enjoy your vacation, the smart way, and take your No-Diet healthy habits with you.

You’ll return only a few pounds heavier from inflammation rather than five or six of stubborn weight.

More importantly, forgive yourself for the times you left your healthy habits in the room.
Remember, healthy habits are learned the same way as unhealthy ones- through practice, and we are all imperfectly perfect.

The best habit to stay on track is to recommit to yourself and start again.


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