Q. Glen, I trying to control my eating habits, But my family and friends all cook and offer me food all the time! Any suggestions?
A. Learn to just say no. Regardless of their motives, people love to push food onto others. Overcoming this obstacle can be difficult. When Aunt Ida or Cousin Betty plead with you to try their creamy, dreamy potato casserole, you don't have the heart to refuse their offerings, especially at the risk of offending them. There are a couple of ways to approach the situation. You can gently turn your loved one down by explaining you just had a big meal and couldn't eat another bite. Or you can sample a small bite and discreetly push the plate aside when somebody else comes along. The most important rule of thumb is to be tactful so that you can walk away from the situation with your dignity and your waistline still intact.
Glen's Bottom Line: Just say NO!!!!
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