Weight Manager

November 2000 Issue

Trust Your Typical Holiday Weight Gain

If you heard a report this year that most people donít need to worry about putting on holiday pounds, we offer a caution before you dive into holiday celebration. You can throw research like that out the window if your past experience has proved different. In the study, which appeared in the March 23, 2000 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, nearly 200 men and women were followed pre-Thanksgiving

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