How to Detox 🀒 from That Huge Calorie πŸ•πŸŸπŸŽ‚ Bomb πŸ’£ ...


We all find ourselves indulging in a huge calorie bomb once in awhile.

Whether it was a family dinner, an office party or one too many pieces of Grandma’s πŸ‘΅ fudge, it happens.

The key here is to detox from a poor diet choice and get back on track.

Here’s how you do that.

1. Forgive Yourself

Forgive Yourself

You’re not going to get very far into detoxing from a calorie bomb until you forgive yourself for it.2

If you don’t, you’re holding yourself back from moving past it.

Feeling guilty for a poor diet choice can actually lead to making more poor choices.2

This’s because you can have a mentality of wondering what it matters if you make a few more poor choices.

Forgive yourself and move past it.

2. Realize Weight Loss is a Journey

Realize Weight Loss is a Journey

We tend to think of weight loss as a straight path but it can actually be more of a winding road with hills and valleys πŸŒ„.

It’s a journey and it takes some time.

You probably won’t be completely perfect at every step along the way and that’s okay.

It’s certainly no reason to give up!

Learn to embrace the journey and celebrate each day you stay the course.

3. Get Some Perspective

Get Some Perspective

Sometimes you just need to get some perspective.

You may be beating yourself up over nothing.

A treat every now and then is okay.

Make sure you’re not classifying an occasional treat as a calorie bomb.

A calorie bomb is when you go overboard and inhale hundreds or thousands of needless calories in a day.

An occasional treat is just you living life, right?

4. Drink Lots of Water

Drink Lots of Water

After you calorie bomb, you need to hydrate up.

This helps in a couple of different ways.

It helps you to get back in touch with true hunger signals because we can mistake hunger what’s actually thirst.

A glass of water will make the feeling go away that you thought was hunger.

Secondly, drinking lots of water after a calorie bomb will help you to flush out toxins and fluids you’re body may be holding onto from any salty treats you may have eaten.

Make Your Next Choice a Good One
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