If you’re feeling a little bluesy after a wild weekend, no need to lay the guilt on heavy. However, it is time to look forward to a week that’s healthy and back on track with your routine. Not sure where to kick things off? Here are some healthy tips to handle yourself both physically and emotionally after a big weekend binge.
- Recognize how you’re feeling: Take stock of your feelings, and look at what might have made you slip. Maybe it was just a big weekend that you were planning for, but if you’re beating yourself up, you’ve got to look at the root of what was going on: Were you binging out of boredom? Super stressed at work last week? Getting honest with your feelings attached to food can help you cut down on stress eating.
- Skip the scale: If you were busy chowing down all weekend, I’ll save you the heartache. Chances are your weight is going to be a little inflated. But the number you see is not showing an increase in body fat over a two-day period. After a bad binge, water retention is often brought on by the excess of salt you enjoyed all weekend long. Checking out the scale is only going to make you get in your head, and what you need to focus on is moving forward.
- Load up on healthy foods: Fiber-rich fruits and veggies will help get your body back on track and feeling good! Make a point to say goodbye to sodium-laden foods, and welcome debloating foods to your plate like quinoa, papaya, and yogurt.
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