1. Focus on vegetables, fruit and lean protein earlier in the day.
You will feel full with smaller portions of food, it will keep you satisfied longer and you'll get all the needed micronutrients and protein, before drinking.
2. Have a plan for your eating, before going out.
We wrongly believe that if we drink alcohol, we will gain weight. Yes, it does give us some extra calories BUT the reason why we wake up bloated or we gain weight in long time period, is the snacks we eat while we drink.
Chips, nuts, bread sticks with some sauces aside! If we aren't mindful it's easier to lose control.
3. Choose low- calories drink. Those are, whiskey, gin, white wine, tequila, vodka. Add some ice Coca cola zero or diet soda.
4. Get back on track as soon as possible.
No matter if you follow the instructions above or not, get back on track as soon as possible!
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