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It's a well-known fact: the holidays are conducive to weight gain. Find out how to avoid it.
With the holidays just around the corner, the child in you tingles with anticipation at the prospect of all the wonderful things to come. There are a thousand and one reasons to rejoice, marvel and treat yourself. You intend to have some fun with the people you cherish, while you wait to ring in the New Year.
You can already taste the mouth-watering buffets, enticing desserts, your aunt Betty’s legendary meat pie, and that celebratory glass of bubbly from your brother-in-law. But let’s face it, that little voice inside your head might not be feeling so festive when you step on the scale come January!
All the effort you have sustained during the year to stay lean and fit can be compromised during the holidays. At the same time, don't you deserve to spoil yourself after such a hectic year? How can you find a middle ground between the allowances granted by the epicurean in you and an overload of restrictions dictated by a guilty conscience?
Yes, it is quite possible to benefit fully from the holidays without having to pay the price later on. You can make winning choices to delight your taste buds, while you appease your conscience. It's up to you. It requires some measure of will, awareness and foresight.
Here are a some tips to benefit fully from the holidays, without weight gain.
Speak to your pharmacist for advice on the ways to stay healthy during the holiday season.
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