The holidays can be a time for a nutritional break for many people, indulging in heavy dishes, alcohol and desserts that they other times may not enjoy as frequently. But now, you might be seeing the result of consuming those calories—extra pounds on your body.

We consulted Brittney Utke, Registered Dietician at Camelback Village Health Club, for recommendations on how to do a 10 or 21 day cleanse to refresh your body.

Losing weight comes down to one thing: eat less calories. Now, I know that isn't exactly breaking news, but I see individuals all the time who don't know where to start changing their diet. It seems too big, and that leads to the "I'll start on Monday" mentality. To combat this, I've laid out a few simple ways to cut 100 calories out of your favorite snacks and meals -- and, trust me, you won't even miss the old dishes.

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