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I am sure, I totally don't need to sell y'all on some Bacon Wrapped Mozzarella Sticks - I will just stand out of the way, so I don't get run over. Har! ~Dix

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Just a heads up, one of the sites we share recipes from, Satisfying Eats, has a Black Friday cookbook sale. Both of her coobooks are 99 cents today, so it's a great opportunity to grab one if you're so inclined. ~Dix

* Comforting Eats - tiny.cc/comfortingeatsk
* Satisfying Eats - tiny.cc/sateatsk
*Free Kindle Reader here => tiny.cc/kindlereader

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Sara Holt Sullivangot both, super worth the $2!1   ·  32 minutes ago

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It has been quite a while since I made some simple biscuits to go with dinner. I think these Basil and Garlic Drop Biscuits would be perfect! ~Dix

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Dr. Jonny Bowden has The Great Cholesterol Myth on sale until Dec 1 for $2.99 for the Kindle. NOTE about the slow cooker book: Mentioned but evidently the sale has expired, that's why it's pictured. also the carb counts are higher than for the stuff we normally share. It would be most appropriate for someone in maintenece or perhaps a #paleo follower who does not watch their carb intake as closely as our regular #lowcarb and #keto folks do.~Dix

* Great Cholesterol Myth - tiny.cc/3r7fpx
*150 Healthiest Slow Cooker Recipes on Earth - tiny.cc/r07fpx
*Free Kindle Reader here => tiny.cc/kindlereader

Get them before they go back up. Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can get a free reader.

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Kathryn PreisendorfSlow cooker is not showing on sale anymore1   ·  1 hour ago

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If you got too far off-track yesterday, it's time to begin anew! Here are 6 Tips for Dealing with a Derail....

1. GET BACK on track, now! Don't wait for after the holidays, next month, next week or tomorrow. Now is the only moment where you have any real power. Your backside does not check the calendar. Why add another 10 -20 pounds to your workload for no reason by waiting? The sooner you're being kind to your body, the sooner you'll feel better.

2. Let go of the self-criticism. What's done is done and it does nothing constructive for your health or peace of mind. Eating is not a moral issue, it's a practical issue. You are not "good" when you're eating well and "bad" when you're not. You just FEEL better when you're eating well! Taking good care of your body is truly an act of self-love, and it's hard to act in a loving way when we're saying all kinds of mean things to ourselves. It's not necessary or helpful.

3. Stay away from the scale for at least a week. Carbfests after someone has been eating low carb a while tend to cause significant water retention. That scale number is a lie, but it will make you feel lousy anyway, so don't even go there.

4. Drink extra water. This helps flush your system and will get you feeling back to your old self sooner.

5. Be prepared to deal with the consequences. I'm not talking about weight gain so much as increased appetite, cravings and a general malaise that often accompanies straying way off plan. Now is the time to give yourself solid, workable low carb options to address any cravings that come up post pig-out. Have acceptable meals and snacks ready to go. Eat when you're hungry, and stop when you're not. You may end up eating more for a few days, but appetite will regulate itself back to normal levels soon enough as long as you stay on track.

6. Look for the blessing in disguise here. Did you learn anything from the experience? That information can become a tool for you to use in the future. No need for "a day of stray" to go to waste...or waist! If you can examine the experience rationally, you are better equipped to deal with challenges moving forward. Understanding your own needs, your triggers, and how these experiences make you feel all contribute toward being more attuned with your own rhythms and behaviors. And that, my friends, makes it a valuable lesson.

Those are my quick tips for getting on track. What do you think? What would you add to the list? And how was YOUR Thanksgiving?!? ~Dix
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Stacy BelinskiAll I had was turkey and collards cooked with bacon :) I rock!8   ·  2 hours ago

Lsue YankeeclipperThe tips are awesome, the cartoon reality, lol7   ·  2 hours ago

Maryann Napagal Snyder LarsenLove the support of this group...thank you3   ·  1 hour ago

Stacy Mzzshuga BlountI just had too!! lol #smackshand3   ·  2 hours ago

Melissa ChillotI did awesome!!!! Didn't go off track it all!!! 😊👏👏2   ·  46 minutes ago

Brenda FlemingI used some of your recipes and made low carb for me and a friend with Diabetes . I stayed on track and feel terrific ! I did make regular stuff for everyone else . I wasn't 't tempted at all ! Yeah !2   ·  2 hours ago

Debbie BakerNeeded these tips this morning! Work stress more than anything had be consuming all sorts of things that I shouldn't have at Thanksgiving. I particularly appreciated the tip about planning for the cravings that you just kick started2   ·  2 hours ago

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Stacy Mzzshuga BlountLOVE YOU Stacy Belinski!!! I TRIED SOOOOOO HARD!! BUT I GOT REQUESTS FOR MY FAMOUS POUND CAKES, AND,,,,OF COURSE I LICKED THE BEATERS, AND SOME OF THE BOWL,,,,,AND A COUPLE SLICES. LMAO!! I FELL ALL THE WAY OFF! 😕😕😕1   ·  2 hours ago

Laura McKeaneGreat tips- thank you!1   ·  2 hours ago

Julia MuysI learned that keto treats with Swerve are delicious but make me sick. Since the only non-keto 'treat' I had yesterday was a small spoon of cranberry sauce, I'm actually Ok. My tip though, is start the day with something healthy, it will make you feel better about yourself.1   ·  2 hours ago

Leticia NowheelsBrittany Vanessa1   ·  2 hours ago

Carol Rippert Predragovic"NOW" is the word that rings with me! Thank you. Needed this right NOW!27 minutes ago

Mallory GardnerI love you. Thank you for this.28 minutes ago

Hayley YoungKelly Young42 minutes ago

Kimberly Dyches HarrisGood post Dix43 minutes ago

Terri BullardThank you, good advice 😊51 minutes ago

Leslie CorreiaSo glad you posted this! Didn't "over do" but had small amounts of carbs and a few bites of dessert..just enough to make me regret it but back to business today!!1 hour ago

Zoe ElleryChristine Skarratt1 hour ago

Janie Bucktrucki had mostly turkey and green beans...a little stuffing and cranberry sauce. a roll, and pumpkin pie. and wine. Had to have some wine.2 hours ago

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Emily MayThanks for posting this!2 hours ago

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