3 Tips on how to de-bloat after Thanksgiving

I’m writing to you from my sister-in-law’s house where we had the best Thanksgiving celebration.
There’s no doubt that this holiday is my favorite. I love the family gathering together, the focus on thankfulness, and of course the food!
If you’re anything like me, you have a tendency to overdo it just a little (or maybe a lot) with the mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and creamy pumpkin pie. I may be a health coach, but I’m also human, and I just can’t say no to my favorite foods of the year!
But with that second helping of stuffing always comes some major bloating. Are you feeling it, too?
The good news is that we don’t have to suffer through the tummy troubles that a huge feast can bring on (or rely on sweatpants to get through the weekend).
Here’s my mini-plan to de-bloat after a huge holiday meal:
Step 1: drink warm water with lemon first thing the following morning (and throughout the day)
Step 2: move your body – take walks or hit the gym
Step 3: pay attention to portions – if you overdid it at the main event, go back to normal portions in the following days
Put this mini-plan into action ASAP to get your belly feeling better (so you can fasten that top button). I know I’ll be using it, too!
P.S. Have you been struggling with bloating and fatigue on a regular basis? Schedule a no-cost call so I can explain what helped me finally overcome my health issues! 717-781-7098 Transformation@AmandaGoodwin.Biz
Happy Thanksgiving!
Health Coach Amanda Goodwin

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