Okay, you’ve successfully navigated Thanksgiving feasts, holiday work parties & break room treats, and the many social events laden with rich hors d’oeuvres and desserts that beckoned your name over the past several weeks. You’ve dodged cheese balls, praline candies, iced cookies, and bowls of peppermint ice cream. The numbers on the scale are down. Your pants are loose. Your skin is clearer. The holiday blahhhs and grumpiness are moods of the past. And most likely the cravings for fake foods are behind you, and you are thoroughly enjoying the pleasure & tastes of high-nutrient foods now.
Congratulations! You are on your way to becoming what Dr. Fuhrman calls a “Black Belt Nutritarian”!
However, now is not the time to kick back in your easy chair, rest on your laurels and slack off.
In fact, now is the time to push through to another level of determination and commitment, because tomorrow you’ll be facing a brand new year. Not only do you want to wake up feeling vibrant and well, but more importantly you want to continue to improve your health in January, February, and for the rest of your life!
You need to continue to fortify your mind with correct information that will empower you to overcome the many temptations that will bombard you in the days, months, and years to come.
When you made the Holiday Challenge promise, you may not have realized at the time that it would not only help you develop “muscles” necessary to successfully navigate the holidays, but also successfully navigate 2013 and beyond.
Muscles are developed by pushing through resistance, and every time you overcame a temptation; whether it is Aunt Millie’s fudge, or your co-worker’s platter of homemade cookies, or the boss’s gift basket of wine and cheese . . . you built muscles. Nutritarian muscles. You not only earned a healthier body, but stronger “nutritarian muscles” to resist temptations on down the road.
To help you successfully continue on your journey, below are some posts from years past to arm yourself with correct information for the days and months ahead. Even though many of these topics are focused on the holidays, they are universal truths, and can be applied to any time of year.
From all of us at DrFuhrman.com and DiseaseProof.com ~ here’s to a happy and healthy New Year to all!
Are you in denial that you may be a food addict? The truth will set you free!