Holiday Nutrition Tips from Rogers County Health Department


Trim back the trimmings. Go easy on nuts, cheese, cream, gravy, and butter.

Wear snug clothes and keep one hand busy. Snug clothing keeps you aware so you don’t overindulge, while a full hand keeps away easy snacking.

Chew gum. It helps when you’re trying not to overeat.

Be a food snob. Only eat the food you love: holiday favorites. Savor it!

No skipping meals! Saving up calories leads to overeating.

Check it out. Drink water first, relax, and eat slowly.

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