The eating season officially begins this week with Thanksgiving. From Turkey Day to New Year’s Day, many of us overindulge, skip workouts, and drink more alcohol compared to other times of the year. According to the Calorie Control Council, the average Turkey Day feast packs in more than 3,000 calories and 150 grams of fat in a Thanksgiving meal.
How do you score against these 6 holiday food habits that lead to weight gain. Everyone you say “Yes” to counts as 20 points (in this game you want a low score to win!) Don’t worry, if you get a high score there’s still time to change up ALL of them.
The linked article is from “Eat This, Don’t Eat That” an independent website from Galvanized Media.