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Survive Thanksgiving: New Strategies from LA Weight Loss

November 20, 2013

LA Weight Loss introduces simple ways to keep weight loss on track this Thanksgiving.

Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) November 20, 2013

While resisting Halloween candy may have been tough, the next big hurdle is just a few short weeks away: Thanksgiving. Thankfully, LA Weight Loss is here to help with easy strategies and simple exercises that can help form a routine to keep weight loss on track. The best part is that all exercises can be done whenever it’s possible to squeeze in a few minutes of activity.

Research shows that what most people eat is influenced more by habit and convenience than by nutritional consideration. These findings especially come into play at the Thanksgiving table: many hosts and guests will reach for convenient, high-fat comfort foods such as a crispy drumstick dripping with gravy, creamy mashed potatoes and homemade stuffing. Not only will the aforementioned choices derail weight-loss efforts, but going the easy route and following old habits isn’t always the best way to get the most out of every meal. With a little advance planning, it’s possible to respect time-honored traditions at the holiday table and still stay on track: Choose leaner cuts of protein-rich turkey, such as white breast meat, or savor smaller portions of starchier sides when substitutions simply won’t do. Choosing the right weight-loss recipes can make sure you keep off those extra pounds.

As Thanksgiving is about gathering with friends and family, sometimes there’s more than one big meal scheduled for the big day. While this may sound like a diet disaster, it’s simple to stay on track at multiple parties. In addition to exercising portion control and choosing lower calorie, leaner options, now’s the time to choose sides at a family function: When attending multiple celebrations, pick favorites at each feast instead of filling the plate and trying a little bit of everything.

To further complement smart choices at the Thanksgiving table, make time to get active in the days leading up to and after the big holiday. Exercise is a great way to accelerate weight loss and fuel the mind and body. In fact, fitting in 20-30 minutes of exercise just three times a week can reduce body fat, increase muscle tone, boost immunity to germs and illness, and increase self-esteem and confidence.

Being active doesn’t have to involve an expensive gym membership or spending hours on a treadmill. Add a little bit of activity to everyday life by walking the dog, vacuuming the floors, pushing a stroller, gardening or raking the leaves.

For added support to stay on track and reach those weight-loss goals, consider LA Weight Loss. Many diets fail to take lifestyle habits into account. LA Weight Loss is proven to work with your body’s natural metabolism for quick and consistent weight-loss results. LA Weight Loss brings countless years of weight-loss experience, expertise and invaluable weight-loss tools – and delivers directly to the front door for unparalleled convenience.

“Many of us begin a weight-loss plan with the best intentions, but moderation and smart food choices are integral to losing the weight and keeping it off,” said Dr. Regan Tessis, ND Vice President, Scientific Affairs & Consumer Health. “At LA Weight Loss, we teach you how to reach your weight-loss goals with real food and an easy, convenient at-home program. Our products help keep your portions in check, resulting in weight-loss success.”

About LA Weight Loss

Since 1997, LA Weight Loss has helped millions of people reach their long-term weight loss goals. With the convenience of LA’s at-home program, members lose an average of one to two pounds per week and learn how to keep it off for good. At LA Weight Loss, healthy living is not just for the rich and famous – it’s for everyone. For more information about LA Weight Loss, visit http://www.LAWeightLoss.com.

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