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Bethenny Frankel’s tips to avoid Thanksgiving weight gain

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Stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy aren’t usually part of a low-cal diet, but you can still savor Thanksgiving dinner without falling off the weight loss wagon. Here are my favorite tips. Start prepping early No, I don’t mean the turkey. Cut alcohol, coffee, and red meat from your diet for a few days prior to the big event. You shouldn’t starve yourself, but try to eat lighter foods and limit your sugar intake. Don’t skimp on meals all day in order to save some room for Thanksgiving dinner—you’ll end up overeating and doing more damage. Aim to eat something every four hours: Have an egg-white omelet for breakfast, fruit and low-fat cottage cheese midmorning, and a piece of whole-wheat toast with peanut butter a few hours before dinner. You’ll be less likely to overeat if you’re not hiding beneath an Empire waist dress or loose top.

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Stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy aren’t usually part of a low-cal diet, but you can still savor Thanksgiving dinner without falling off the weight loss wagon. Here are my favorite tips

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