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5 HEALTHY EATING TIPS
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Courtesy of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Here’s your recipe for staying on track
no matter what’s cooking.
‘Tis the season for family, festivity, and food—lots of food. Temptations
are everywhere, and parties and travel disrupt daily routines. What’s
more, it all goes on for weeks.
How do you stick to your diabetes meal plan when everyone around you
seems to be splurging? Here are 5 tips that can help:
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1. Holiday-Proof Your Plan
You may not be able to control what food you’re served, and you’re going
to see other people eating tempting treats. Meet the challenges armed
with a plan:
• Eat close to your usual times to keep your blood sugar steady. If your
meal is served later than normal, eat a small snack at your usual mealtime
and eat a little less when dinner is served.
• Invited to a party? Offer to bring a healthy dish along.
• If you have a sweet treat, cut back on other carbs (like potatoes and
bread) during the meal.
• Don’t skip meals to save up for a feast. It will be harder to manage your
blood sugar, and you’ll be really hungry and more likely to overeat.
• If you slip up, get right back to healthy eating with your next meal.
2. Outsmart the Buffet
When you face a spread of delicious holiday food, make healthy choices
• Have a small plate of the foods you like best and then move away from
the buffet table.
• Start with vegetables to take the edge off your appetite.
• Eat slowly. It takes at least 20 minutes for your brain to realize you’re
• Avoid or limit alcohol. If you do have an alcoholic drink, have it with
food. Alcohol can lower blood sugar and interact with diabetes medicines.
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Also plan to stay on top of your blood sugar. Check it more often during
the holidays, and if you take medicine, ask your doctor if the amount
needs to be adjusted.
3. Fit in Favorites
No food is on the naughty list. Choose the dishes you really love and can’t
get any other time of year, like Aunt Edna’s pumpkin pie. Slow down and
savor a small serving, and make sure to count it in your meal plan.
4. Keep Moving
You’ve got a lot on your plate this time of year, and physical activity can
get crowded out. But being active is your secret holiday weapon; it can
help make up for eating more than usual and reduce stress during this
most stressful time of year. Get moving with friends and family, such as
taking a walk after a holiday meal.
5. Get Your Zzz’s
Going out more and staying out later often means cutting back on
sleep. Sleep loss can make it harder to manage your blood sugar, and
when you’re sleep deprived you’ll tend to eat more and prefer high-fat,
high-sugar food. Aim for 7 to 8 hours per night to guard against mindless
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Most of all, remember what the season is about—celebrating and
connecting with the people you care about. When you focus more on the
fun, it’s easier to focus less on the food.