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A family sitting down to Thanksgiving dinnerYou’re committed to trying to be good for the holidays. Well, at least relatively good. But unfortunately, the best and healthiest of intentions can be derailed by the people who love you the most.

What are some ways to diplomatically avoid being pressured into eating way more than you know you should?

Ask for help. Before any family gathering, recruit your family as your diet and weight loss allies. Share a recent diet success such as buying a dress in a smaller size, or better yet, or tell them that you need to work on lowering your blood pressure. Then explain that, as much as you love her food, you’d prefer she not press you to eat multiple servings this holiday.

Assist the host/hostess. It’s impossible to eat too much while refilling drinks or clearing the table. And who would refuse the help?

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