November 21, 2016 16:01 ET
Gearing Up to Roll Out Her Exciting New 21 Day Program That's "A Journey To The Best You," the 16 Year Old Health and Wellness Authority Offers Insightful Tips To Deal With Holiday Eating Temptations and Depression
ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - November 21, 2016) - On a mission to help her fellow teens to overcome their low self-esteem and find a pathway towards good nutrition, fitness, confidence and hope, Emily Male is currently gearing up for the early 2017 rollout of FoodieFittie (www.foodiefittie.com), her extraordinary, multi-faceted new 21 Day program which she designed as a "Journey To The Best You."
The Georgia and Nashville based 16 year old health and wellness authority is looking forward to a wonderful holiday season with family and friends. Because of her incredible personal journey -- including a dramatic 78 pound weight loss in a single year -- Emily has some great insights on how to eat right, overcome those bad temptations when it comes to overeating and fatty and sugary foods and avoiding depression this holiday season.
Emily believes that eating the proper foods while not denying oneself the pleasure of reasonable portions of the cookies, cakes and pies you want can go a long way towards combating the winter blues. She is currently in training for a body building competition this coming February, so she's watching her sugar and fat intake this holiday season. Yet she won't deprive herself of a few decadent treats. She also advises that when you know you're going to eat a huge meal later in the day, like on Thanksgiving, it's a good idea to eat normally during the early part of the day. Starving yourself for hours until mealtime is a guaranteed ticket to overstuffing yourself later, which can make you gain weight and get sick.
"My overall holiday message is pretty simple even if getting here isn't easy sometimes: love yourself," she says. "There are so many little things you can do during the holidays to combat whatever blues you are feeling. You can give yourself a facial, read a book you love, go for a walk, go to the gym, do yoga, watch a great movie, listen to music, write things you are grateful for in a journal..Any of those things are good."
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Emily Male, founder of FoodieFittie