Pecan pie! Chocolate mousse! Candy cane truffles! Roast beast! Whether your tastes range from traditional to Seussian, holiday food can inspire anxiety or ecstasy—or both—depending on your mind-set. Here’s the good news: The average weight gain for the holiday season is just one pound. Now for the bad news: While that might not sound like much, research shows we don’t lose it, and that one pound adds up year after year. And the news is worse for people who are already overweight, who add about five extra holiday pounds each year.
Sweet treats and rich meals can be land mines for health-conscious people, yet no one wants to feel deprived during thehap- hap-iest season of all. But no need to fear—there are sensible ways to navigate this territory. And who better to show you how to do it than healthy eating experts themselves? We asked the country’s top nutritionists and dietitians to tell us the single rule they use personally to make it through the season without overdoing it or stressing so much that they miss the festive fun.
Click HERE For the Top Nutritionists Advice including Ana Goldseker’s!