I can't have stretched my stomach with one night's over-indulgence, can I? So maybe it's a blood sugar thing. My blood sugar was at the top of Everest, and the next day, it's somewhere in the Mariana Trench.
At any rate, my usual breakfast would have left me starving by 10:00 a.m.
I've found the best way of dealing with the situation is to make a Weight Watchers style check list of what you're going to consume. Weight Watchers wants me to drink eight glasses of water, eat five servings of fruits and vegetables, eat some healthy oil, and take a vitamin. I rarely rise to Weight Watchers' standard (mostly because I hate taking vitamins). But on a day like today, it's a good idea to even outdo Weight Watchers, with their measly five servings of fruits and vegetables.
I guarantee that if you're not much in the habit of drinking water (and I'm not) that water and those two extra servings of fruit will have you hydrated and positively crammed with antioxidants and phytonutrients and such.
What's this to me? you may ask. Well, you may not have inhaled every chip in your precinct the way I did, but this advice will stand you in good stead come Thanksgiving.
In other news, a big heavy box of goodies was delivered today. It's a bunch of new clothes from Worth New York. I'll be opening it tomorrow. At this point, I can't even remember what I ordered. Was it this?
|I hope so.|
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