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Holiday Eating

HOLIDAY EATING.  

 
Celebrate but don't go overboard.
Plan ahead to avoid holiday overeating and weight gain.
The holiday eating frenzy has started! Halloween brought a sugar-packed caloric jump start to the holiday celebrations, and with all that candy still around and more seasonal treats to come, it’s not easy to eat healthy during the holiday seasons. With a little pre-planning and creativity, those traditional and often calorie-dense, fattening, foods will not lead to a hefty holiday weight gain.

Holiday Weight Management Strategies


Holiday Weight Management Strategies
 
The holiday season brings about many emotions and actually can be a time for heightened stress. The pressure to please, managing schedule arrangements, and travel are all too demanding; but seeing loved ones enjoying festive environments and letting loose on the buffet, add back in the reason people enjoy the holidays. Following the approximate month and a half between Thanksgiving and the Bowl games it becomes time to pay back for all the caloric exploits.

Stay Lean During the Holidays


It’s the time of the year when people on average gain 5 to 10 pounds. The next two months will bring ample opportunity for you to indulge, to enjoy and to expand your waistline. Of course the choice is yours.  Most will wait until January to begin a new training program, but there are a few who will hedge their eating and increase cardio to make up for the holiday food surplus.
Now is the time to begin re-establishing your fitness program so that by the time January 1st rolls around, you will already be in good shape.