Let me make one thing clear: Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. We all get the day off, dress up, come together with our family, and eat like crazy. The food is delicious, but we can still enjoy it without eating 3,000 calories. Here are some healthy tips I’ve come up with over the past few holidays so we can avoid looking like we belong in the parade with an army of people guiding us through the streets of New York:
Instead of spending time with family and friends, it seems as though Thanksgiving has turned into a pig-out fest. Instead of competing to see who can eat the most turkey or how many pies can fit on the dessert table, why not give these tips a try to make your Thanksgiving one you won’t regret the day after.
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I hope everybody had an awesome Thanksgiving holiday! It’s without a doubt my favorite day of the entire year, and so I always feel a little let down when it’s over. But it was a great day–and weekend–filled with lots of food, family and even a bit of exercise!
Like last year, I started my Thanksgiving morning bright and early, running a 4-mile race called The Fox and the Turkey, near my hometown. My fiance and I ran it together last year and had planned on running it this year too, but unfortunately he got sick and stayed in bed while I went to the race.