The holidays are a time for celebration, family, and fun. Unfortunately, it’s also a season of overindulgences that often lead to weight gain. A growing body of research suggests that setting a goal to maintain your weight could be key to a healthy holiday and a healthy start to the new year.
The holiday season is a time of year for family and fun. Unfortunately, it’s also a time for overindulgences that can lead to weight gain. It’s often reported that people gain anywhere from five to 10 pounds during the holidays.
With so much going on during the holiday season, it can be hard to find balance. Listen in as Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Lindsay Gnant shares her tips for staying healthy for the holidays. Lindsay offers ideas for making healthy choices most of the time, so you can indulge a little on special occasions.
The holiday season is a wonderful time to get together with loved ones and enjoy some of your favorite meals. But, it can also be a time when many overindulge, setting weight-loss and health goals aside.
Are your efforts to lose weight during the year being thwarted by weight gained during the holiday season? Obesity in adults is generally attributed to a small prolonged increase in energy intake and a decrease in energy expenditure that results in a gradual year-to-year weight gain.