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RatingDietPlans.com Has Created The Ultimate List of Holiday Dieting Tips
Date:11/20/2013

at the gatherings instead of the food. The article gives dieters useful advice that they can implement immediately. and handle this holiday season differently than they have in years past. With the tips and tricks provided, dieters can not only avoid gaining weight, they can also use the tips to shed a few pounds during the holiday season and afterwards as well. Many of the tips can be carried into the rest of the year, and implemented when attending functions such as weddings, birthday parties and other special occasions.

Holiday weight gain statistics have shown repeatedly that weight gained during the holiday season is typically never lost again, and it can increase yearly, adding one to three pounds annually. A study of almost 200 adults conducted by The New England Journal of Medicine in 2000 proved this, and for those that are already overweight, the weight gain can be even more severe. While those that are average weight only gain one to three pounds during the holiday season, those that enter this time of year already overweight gain five pounds or more during this time period. Over time, such weight gain can be detrimental to someone's health and something will have to be done to change the situation.

From planning ahead by bringing healthy snacks to taking the two-bite approach and scanning the room prior to raiding the buffet table, this holiday dieting guide will provide you with a handy list of suggestions you can use to avoid falling victim to the dreaded holiday pounds. Check it out here .

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