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Avoiding Seasonal and Holiday Weight Gain

Avoiding Seasonal and Holiday Weight Gain LIBMP3-3930
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Avoiding Seasonal and Holiday Weight Gain - The winter holiday season, beginning with Halloween and running into the first two weeks of January, is a period of the year where the risks of heart attack and a number of inflammation-based acute diseases makes this the riskiest time of the year for our health. One of the persistent problems associated with this time of the year is seasonal weight gain. We look at the roots of this weight gain, how it affects different populations differently, what are some of the root causes as well as a broad set of strategies which allow us to avoid making the same mistakes year after year. For the average person, this season allows them to permanently gain about one pound a year, equating to 10 pounds each decade. For those already overweight or obese, seasonal weight gain can average 5 pounds and quickly lead to life-threatening crisis. Overweight and obesity have become a global crisis and the most wealthy nations have the biggest challenge immediately in their face. Another important part of our studies is the affect of sugar and fat on critical parts of the brain. (LIBMP3-3930)

Avoiding Seasonal and Holiday Weight Gain - The winter holiday season, beginning with Halloween and running into the first two weeks of January, is a period of the year where the risks of heart attack and a number of inflammation-based acute diseases
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