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First, start drinking lots of water ASAP. 

After a week of salty and sugary food as well as beverages, you’re probably feeling a bit bloated and dehydrated. The best thing you can do right now is drink water. It’ll help you get rid of the bloating and weight gain that comes with it. It’ll also help your liver and kidneys work more efficiently to get rid of the toxins in your body. Plus, staying hydrated is so important for good health, so drinking water is never a bad thing.

Get back into the habit of a regular bedtime and wake up time. Make a meal plan. Do your laundry. Set new goals. Stay home and re-energize yourself for the days ahead.

Cookies…. Now it’s time to go cold turkey and cut them out of your diet.

You don’t have to do it forever, but sugar is addictive. You’ll crave it for the first few days. But after a while, your body will get used to not having it and you won’t crave it as much. When you finally do eat it again, it won’t be as tasty.

So, stop eating sugar for at least a couple of weeks. It will make it easier to eat healthy.

Coach Terry



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