December 2009 Issue
Celebrate a Happy Holiday Without the Weight Gain
Whatís the big deal about gaining a couple of extra pounds over the holidays? Unfortunately, most people donít forge a successful New Yearís resolution to shed those extra holiday pounds later on. Research suggests that Americans are steadily gaining an average of .4 to 1.8 pounds each year during their adult lives. And the holidays may be the most likely season for packing on some of that weight.
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