So, you stuffed your face on Thanksgiving, and now you feel like a disgusting, bloated, elastic-waistband-wearing version of yourself. But before you throw yourself a pity party with leftover stuffing, why not start fresh with a day-after-Thanksgiving detox plan?
To get you back on track, we’ve enlisted the help of nutritionist Lisa Moskovitz, R.D., founder of the New York-based private nutrition practice Your NY Dietitian. “Adults typically consume 4,000 calories on Thanksgiving,” she says. “And the foods we traditionally eat are loaded with salt, saturated fat and refined sugars, which is why you’ll feel fatigue and bloating for days after.”