In terms of staying fit, it's the most blunderful time of the year. There's the nonstop revelry, the hectic pace, and all those delicious dishes that lead us into temptation and far, far away from our more healthful routines. We certainly don't want to be the Grinch who stole the Christmas cookies (have one!). But there's a fine line between indulgence and overindulgence (have one, not 21!).
The good news: The average person doesn't pack on that rumored 10 pounds over the holidays; studies show it's really one to three pounds. The bad news: If you gain a little each year and don't take it off, it adds up. The answer? Plan for situations and avoid the weight gain altogether. Here, top experts help navigate the stickiest holiday scenarios, so you can wake up feeling energized and guilt-free on New Year's Day.
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