Sweet potatoes, Carrots, Cantaloupe, Mangos
Tomatoes, Tomato Sauce
Meats, Breads, Brazil Nuts
Liver, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots, Milk, Egg Yolk, Mozzarella Cheese
Fruits, Vegetables, Cereal, Beef, Poultry, Fish
Wheat Germ, Safflower Oil, Corn Oil, Soybean Oil, Mangos, Nuts, Broccoli
Although the average weight gain from October to November was only 1.3 pounds this may prove that holiday weight gain is not a myth. Of interest, the study also showed that fifty percent lost the weight shortly after the holiday season while it took the other fifty percent about five months to lose the excess weight, shortly after Easter.
Author Dr. Wansink advises “Instead of a New Year’s resolution to lose weight, have an October resolution not to gain too much weight in the first place. Then you won’t have to worry about five months of struggling."
At Kindred Nutrition we tend to agree with Dr. Wansink's advice. Our society is s…