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Moderate Eating, Not Extra Exercise, Key To Fighting Holiday Weight Gain

A pair of running Christmas cookies The study participants reported how much exercise they got. Half were sedentary http://www.jcrcomputersolutions.com/how-to-encourage-greatest-development-in-your-biceps/ while the other half reported that they were serious regular exercisers. During the holidays, the study participants gained an average of 1.5 pounds, and increased their percentage of body fat and blood pressure. By way of comparison, the average weight gain per person per year is 2.2 pounds, suggesting that extra vigilance this time of year is warranted. In the study, exercise didn't have a significant impact on fighting holiday weight gain. There are two good, related reasons why that might have happened.
Full story: http://www.runnersworld.com/weight-loss/moderate-eating-not-extra-exercise-key-to-fighting-holiday-weight-gain

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