The holidays are filled with parties, decadent food, and alcohol... but, all of these indulgences do not have to turn into extra pounds once January rolls around.
You can design your holidays to be filled with parties and fun but also be healthy and wake up in the New Year proud of who you were over the holidays.
It's estimated that people gain one to five pounds during the holiday season, with normal-weight people gaining an average of one pound and overweight and obese individuals gaining about five.
While gaining one pound over the holidays may not seem like a lot, it has quite an impact.
Research suggests most people never lose that extra pound, so they add up year after year. This annual holiday weight gain can contribute to health issues, such as heart disease, type-2 diabetes,and obesity.
How can you stay healthy during the holidays?
Listen in as Life Coach Lauren Zander shares how you can survive the holidays with the temptation of food all around you.