How to avoid weight gain during the holiday season

As we move transition from Thanksgiving to the winter holiday season, food often plays a big part in how we come together. In this video segment, learn from PhysEd as he discusses “breaking even” as a more realistic approach to eating healthy during all the festivities.

Later in the video learn how you can prepare yourself for large gatherings to curb your appetite and still enjoy all the merriment.

As always, if there are questions you would like PhysEd to answer, submit them on our forums under the PhysEd Health and Fitness section.

Wishing you a happy, hearty and healthy holiday season!

Written by Edward Jackowski
In 1985, Edward Jackowski founded Exude Fitness and changed the way we look at exercise. To date, Edward is the author of seven books on general fitness, motivation, weight loss and golf and has helped create, direct and produce 10 fitness videos/DVD’s and motivational CD’s.

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