Switch it up: Instead of turkey for Thanksgiving, try something new. Create your own Thanksgiving tradition and have dishes with lots of vegetables, less salt and sugar or simply prepare meals in a healthier way. The bonus should be to add your own dishes from your home country and you have yourself your own Thanksgiving healthy feast.
“Less is more”: Sometimes when there is a lot of food, we tend to want to try almost everything at once in large amounts. Instead, get the food that you would really like to eat in well portioned size so that your appetite is satisfied and you don’t overeat.
Calorie burner: Take a safe evening hike through the fallen autumn leaves or a morning jog is a fun and refreshing way to help get rid of the any unhealthy calories that you may have gained during your Thanksgiving feast.
Enjoy the moment: The best part of Thanksgiving goes beyond the food and drinks. It’s about spending time with those you care about and remembering to embrace every moment to the fullest.