Excuses – we’ve all got them when it comes to making healthier food choices. Any of these ring true for you?
We applaud Joey for the creative repurposing of maternity pants as “Thanksgiving” pants. But if your planned binge involves specialized clothing, you may want to rethink your eating, even if it is a holiday.
Yeah, we’ve all been there. But is ugly crying while stuffing your face really going to help things? Please, put down the spoon and step away from the ice cream.
Just because you pigged out doesn’t mean you should give up forever. You can always start again beginning at your next meal (P.S. If your overeating was triggered by a girls’ night in, maybe you need to encourage your friends to take up healthier habits.).
So you don’t like veggies. That doesn’t mean you can justify eating everything else instead.
Oh, dear, dear Phoebe. We do love you in all your awkward glory.
And, speaking of awkward …
But it doesn’t mean you have to eat the whole box.
We know, even cats find it hard to eat healthy when they’re tied to their desk all day. Planning ahead can help you stay on track.
Popcorn, hot dogs and nachos won’t ease the agony of defeat or increase the thrill of victory.
But is it worth needing to be rolled out of the restaurant?
Promises, promises.Don’t let these excuses keep you from eating healthy. The American Heart Association has easy healthy recipes, tips for making better food choices, and more.