Can you imagine eating 3000 calories?
Well it is estimated this is how many calories are consumed at an average Thanksgiving feast.
No wonder why we all gain weight over the holidays.
However, where some people may gain a pound of fat or more from this single meal, you could be one of the few smart ones who eats more turkey on Turkey Day and less of the other high-fat and/or high carb foods like stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, and all those tasty pies!
You can eat any treats but it must be in MODERATION. Focus on having your treats but make sure you eat plenty of the good foods along with water. After all turkey is loaded with lean protein that will help you build muscle, burn fat, and control your typically insatiable holiday appetite.
Try to maintain exercise during the Holidays and always focus on eating throughout the day. You know of uncle (lets call him BOB) who does not eat all day and gorges at the Thanksgiving meal. You will want to avoid being remotely close to uncle Bob!
To make this transition as seamless as possible for you, today I am going to show you how use your left over Thanksgiving turkey to build muscle and burn fat