Food prepared for Thanksgiving

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:

In the United States, it’s Women’s Day today. We plan to celebrate by sharing lots of Fit&Fab’s secrets on how you can look and feel your best! Keep reading to learn all the tricks, including the 5 Foods Women Should Never Eat.

Last time I checked, I didn’t possess the bank account (set for life), hair (always flawless and flowing) or rear end (ample) of one Jennifer Lopez (J. Lo to most of you), but that doesn’t mean I can’t style myself. We may not be able to afford a stylist, hair guru and team of paid assistants, but we can all know what works best on our figures and make our closets work for us (they don’t talk back or ask for astronomical raises, either). Read about the ways you can become a stylist for a star- yourself!

Last Monday, I updated you on my first week of official long run marathon training! Since I’ve been rather lazy, I had to jump into a 13.1 mile run to really get my training started.  It wasn’t easy, but it had to be done because I have a marathon coming my way in less than two months!  Yesterday’s long run got me thinking about preparing for intense training and how easy it is to get injured if you’re not prepared for intense cardiovascular activity!

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