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Combined, these ingredients lead to an average of one pound of weight gain during the winter holiday season, with most of the weight gained between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.*
Don’t let your waist get wider as the days get shorter this winter! While a pound or two may not seem like much, studies show that many people have trouble shedding that extra pound.* Letting extra weight add up through the years may contribute to obesity later in life. The best advice is to avoid gaining that pesky pound in the first place. It’s unrealistic to try and lose weight during the holidays, so aim to at least maintain your current weight.
* National Institutes of Health: “Holiday Weight Gain Slight, But May Last a Lifetime” http://www.nichd.nih.gov/news/releases/holidayweightgain.cfm
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