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Here’s why: On average, we pack on around 1 to 2 pounds during the holiday season and while that sounds like no big deal, studies suggest we don’t take it off. Ever. That means we enter each year a. How to Not Gain Weight During the Holiday Season: An Unconventional Approach What’s the secret to not gaining weight during the holidays!?
What does your vision for “winning” look like for you? You’re not supposed to avoid everything that tastes good forever. I for sure don’t.
The challenge is to do it without gaining back any of the weight you’ve worked to lose. Let’s face it; dieting is hard enough most days of the year. But coping with holiday stress, along with all.
And with the right formula for your body and lifestyle, you can avoid the holiday gain while enjoying the fun of the season — a few tasty treats included. Here’s what the experts recommend: Savor it — While common weight-loss strategies focus on avoiding certain foods, food restriction, especially during times of celebration, can backfire and cause overeating. Fear of holiday weight gain is common, a registered dietitian told INSIDER. But available research suggests that most of us don’t gain very much weight during the holidays.
Plus, stressing out about calories and weight gain could backfire, spurring overeating. Planning ahead can go a long way towards preventing holiday weight gain. If you have parties on the calendar, ask what foods will be served or bring. Making a Plan to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain Although understanding why you eat can offer some measure of control, experts say it’s also important to head into each potential food fest with a plan.
The average weight gain during the four-week holiday period is actually closer to one pound than the seven to 10 pounds that many people believe it is. Sounds like good news, right? Don’t whip out. The average American gains between 6-8 pounds during the holiday season.
That fact seems to be re-stated on every fitness magazine and article. Within a few years, all that holiday weight gain will accumulate. However, if you want to stay in shape between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, Milton Stokes, Ph.
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