7 TUSHY Tips For Healthy Holiday Eating

19 Nov, 2019

We have t-minus 7 days until the most glutenous time of year commences. It’s a month-long rigorous marathon of consuming rich and hearty home-cooking, sweet decadent treats and a lot of booze. The temptations will be many but your will is strong. The siren call of those deviled eggs will not sway you to eat the entire tray! Nay! You are the Sovereign of Self-Control and you will not let the delicious stench of roasting pheasant ruin what you’ve worked so hard to achieve this year: A single defined ab! But fear not! TUSHY has pledged to provide 7 Tips for healthy holiday eating, my liege. 

1. Take a Second Before Taking Seconds

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It takes a bit of time before your stomach is able to get a message to your brain that it is in fact full. After eating the first round of your scrumptious holiday feast, give yourself about 10 minutes before going in for round 2. Have a chat, drink some water and then check in with your tumtum to see if you actually want that second helping. 

 

2. Stop Sweating the Food

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If you’re at a holiday party, it’s easy to find yourself inching closer and closer to the food Like you’re hoarding it all to yourself. Step away from the hors d’oeuvres table with your hands up and go socialize elsewhere. That way you won’t be tempted to compulsively snack. 

3. Don’t Party On an Empty Tum

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Before you head out to a holiday party, eat a light snack so you don’t feel the need to over-indulge. If you eat something prior, you’ll be less likely to go to town on all of the rich and heavy holiday potluck foods. Like Joyce’s Monkey Bread… actually, you should definitely have a bite of that. Just a small one. 

4. Raise a Glass to Your Health

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If you drink alcohol, have a glass of water or seltzer in between drinks to stay hydrated and to also give you a break from all those empty calories. A glass of eggnog can set you back 500 calories while wine, beer, and mixed drinks range from 150 to 225 calories. 

Also, try not to drink on an empty stomach. It will make you feel hungrier and you will be less likely to monitor what you eat and how much. 

5. Waltz It Off

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Dancing is a great way to work off some holiday calories at parties. Be the life of the event and start a dance-off. Better yet, If you are at a family gathering, suggest a walk before the feast or even between dinner and dessert.

6. Buffer Your Buffet

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If it’s a buffet-style meal, (god we hope it’s buffet-style), scope out what you’re working with before getting your plate. By checking out all of your options, you might be less inclined to pile on items one after another. You can head in with a full game plan. 

7. Bring Your TUSHY Travel

You are the life of the party, so you’re bound to be invited to holiday parties galore. Wherever you end up celebrating, make sure you bring your TUSHY Travel, the portable hand-held bidet that keeps you clean when you have to go on the go. 

Also, don’t show up to the party empty-handed. That’s so taboo. What’s to taboo anymore, is talking about poop and giving the gift of TUSHY this holiday season. Nothing says “Happy Hole-idays” like a clean butthole. There’s a gift for everybody on your list. Check out our amazing bundle deals and MORE!

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