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Episode Info: In this podcast, you will learn: 5 things you can do to drop a dress size before the Christmas party season Tip #1 is to only eat real foods or naturally occurring whole foods with only a single ingredient A lot of foods with more than one ingredient have fibre taken out, which is crucial to fat loss Tip #2 is you want to restrict your refined carbohydrate intake Get your carbs from green vegetables and some fruits and steer clear of white processed foods Tip #3 is make sure you’re not eating hidden carbohydrates and sugars Tip #4 is to up your healthy fat intake Fat stabilizes your blood sugar and helps you produce all of the hormones you need Tip #5 is to take out gluten, dairy, soy and corn These are commonly allergenic foods that encourage fat storage, particularly around the stomach area   Join Our Centre in Bedford Join Our Centre in Milton Keynes CLICK HERE To Download A FREE Chapter Of Our New Book " The Belly Fat Cure" Download the PDF Transcription Transcript: Mark:  Hello and welcome to another new episode of the podcast. I’m Mark Gray and with me is Stephen. Stephen:  Hello! Mark:  Today, we are going to give you some information on how to drop a dress size before the Christmas party season. Obviously, it’s Christmastime or entering into Christmastime and we want to help you if you want to or you’d feel more confident and happy to drop a dress size just before you have to get into your glad rags. Stephen:  In a healthy way, I should add. Mark:  In a healthy way. And actually, a way that – it’s not like we want you to drop a dress size, and then put it on at Christmas, which a lot of people do. Actually, the average weight gain over Christmas is 8 pounds. And try not to go – there are a lot of people that after Christmas go, “Oh, I only put on 7 pounds. I’m pretty pleased with that.” Let’s try not to do that. I mean, realistically, what? Christmas is three days? Three full days. And I’ll be eating the world on those days and not worry about weight gain because like we always say, it’s not what you do at Christmas is the issue. It’s what you do between Christmas and… Stephen:  But also, there are things you can do to limit the damage that those days have on you anyway. And we’ll actually do a separate podcast on how to minimize the damage from all the Christmas gluttony. But like Mark says, a lot of people kind of don’t really think – I mean, you’re looking at
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