Holiday Eating
Chester J. Zelasko, Ph.D. | November 29, 2004

Between now and New Years Day, most Americans gain 5-8 pounds. Why? Holiday eating. So many parties and gatherings, so much extra food to eat! And eat it we do. What can you do to limit the weight gain? Develop a strategy to deal with it.

If you’ve been following the 30 Day Plan, you understand portion sizes. Don’t forget what you’ve learned. Stick to reasonable portion sizes even if there are foods that are higher in fat and sugar than you typically eat. One piece of pie is no problem; one entire pie will be. The same is true for eggnog, candy, or other treats that show up at this time of year.

You can take the following six weeks off and eat whatever you want--and then spend the next six months taking off the extra weight. Or you can develop a strategy that will help you limit the damage and still enjoy the holidays. Your body, your choice.
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