Tis the season for food. Whether you’re making it, eating it, or both, food is something that’s a primary focus during the holiday season. If you’re like me, you often find yourself on auto pilot when it comes to mindlessly popping another piece of fudge, or that occasional errant gingerbread man. There are all kinds of things experts say we can do to help ourselves get through the holidays without gaining too much extra weight, such as eating till we are only eighty percent full, tricking our minds into thinking we have more food than we do by using smaller sized plates, or the one I like the best, eating foods high in protein. This leaves me open to eat all kinds of delicious goodies, such as roasted nuts and seeds, smoked salmon, gourmet cheeses, and lean meats. But this year, while I will try to behave myself, I won’t spend a lot of time beating myself up, if I happen to eat a little too much of this or that over the holidays. As we have often heard in some of our favorite literature and broadway productions, tomorrow is another day, there’s always tomorrow, and yes, don’t put off until tomorrow what you can eat today.