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Are You Indulging in Holiday Treats This Year?

If you've already been to a holiday party this season, you may have come face to face with eggnog, a cookie plate, or lots of fried latkes. It can be hard to resist these delicious treats, especially since the holidays are a time of enjoyment and celebration. While I always try to practice moderation during this decadent time of year, my usually fit friend gives herself a break over the holidays and indulges as much as she wants to — how about you?

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Giasbash6260 Giasbash6260 6 years
Holidays are no excuse in my book - health comes before EVERYTHING to me!
arcticpuppet arcticpuppet 6 years
um, probably not. personally, i don't see why it is ok for me to completely dismiss my clean eating just because that is the 'norm.' i know i will get plenty of comments from friends and family regarding this, but i can easily enjoy the holiday season without going crazy over indulgences.
vanillabean vanillabean 6 years
If I can enjoy myself with fresh treats at one sitting, I will get it out of my system. But when people bring in all their stale leftovers and cheap food gifts (ie popcorn tins, bargan basement chocolate, old cookies, fruitcake--who eats that anyway!) blech! No thanks!
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
It depends -- only if I come across something worth the calories and fat.
insanitypepper insanitypepper 6 years
I only eat seasonal indulgences that I make, so I know they are relatively good for me.
Zigggy Zigggy 6 years
Ugh, I'm already overindulging- will have to work out extra hard and eat really clean after the big day.
Spectra Spectra 6 years
I'll eat a small piece of fudge and a cookie or two, but only on Christmas Eve, not every day from now until New Years'.
darc5204 darc5204 6 years
I'll eat the treats that I want; that's how I always am. However, I know the difference between really wanting a treat or just eating it because it is there.
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
I love christmas cookies so I don't deny myself this joy! Homemade snickerdoodles are my favorite!
bethinabox bethinabox 6 years
I'll be conscious of what I'm eating and try to not eat too horribly, but really I'm not too worried. It's the holidays. :)
deanna024 deanna024 6 years
I really only bake a ton of cookies and other things around the holidays, so I eat what I like and don't worry too much about eating some cookies every night after dinner. I still make sure to pack in lots of fruits and veggies, though.
mallorycurtis mallorycurtis 6 years
I started eating gluten-free about six months ago due to stomach problems, so that makes it a lot easier to avoid baked goods. I still indulge in candy, chocolate, and wine though!
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 6 years
I am pregnant and rarely crave sweets. I will eat a delicious homemade cookie though! I don't bake so I would have to do that at others homes. Plus, without alcoholic beverages I really save calories that I can use to eat apple pie! :feedme: lol.
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 6 years
I am. Normally my indulgences are controlled and calculated but I'm pregnant with my last child this Xmas and have decided since I never stray from a clean diet that I'm okay with going with how I feel this time around. If that means some eggnog and chocolates, I'm cool with it. I'm also a personal trainer and nutritionist so any extra weight gain from this will be dealt with post-birth. :d
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