My thoughts are with you and your loved ones during these uncertain times. Like so many of us, I have a heavy heart as I hear each day about the impact of COVID-19 on us all. I am sincerely inspired as I see our local communities, our nation and the world coming together to fight this pandemic.
As we know, our best lines of defense right now are to thoroughly and frequently wash our hands, keep surface areas clean, stay home, practice social distancing, and be mindful of our own self-care.
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Please know that I am part of your community and dedicated to supporting you through this unprecedented time. Stay safe and know that we will get through this together.
To our health,
Do you struggle to honor the true meaning of the holidays because stress overcomes you!? Time to focus on things like connection, celebration, appreciation, and reflection? It’s easy to get caught up in what needs to happen for you to stay in a rhythm of self-care with all the travel plans, unscheduled eating opportunities, and perhaps family dynamics creating stress. What if you knew ways to help your body and mind cope with the potential stressors? This Thanksgiving I want to empower you with practical tips to reduce the inner cellular stress that can happen during the holidays so you can enjoy your Thanksgiving fully. In this two-part series, I’m going to share my top tips on how, what and when to eat so you use Thanksgiving to work for you – not against you. Today I’m going to share how to plan your eating schedule so you keep your blood sugar balanced and arrive at your holiday meal with a calm, and grounded presence.
This year you will not be a frazzled hot mess, confused about what to eat, or how much!
This year, start your Thanksgiving day off with a breakfast that has plenty of fat, such as goat cheese and spinach scrambled eggs cooked in generous amounts of either ghee or my favorite, tea seed oil and serve with a side of avocado. The fat will provide your body with ample nutrients and stable energy, so that you’re not inclined to eat the entire Thanksgiving spread yourself.
Who is going to be sick this holiday season? Not you!
Stay tuned for the next installment of your holiday survival guide. I’m going to share what goes on in my kitchen the days leading up to Thanksgiving. You’ll also learn my favorite swaps to upgrade your meals with and the one ingredient that’s a must on my Thanksgiving plate. Please join me! May you have the happiest and healthiest holidays!