Don’t Put Weight On Over Christmas
A mince pie, an extra helping of pudding a handful of nuts It all seems so innocent at the time.
But a Christmas Dinner can easily contain 2,200 calories alone without the pud etc well over the recommended 2000 calories a day the average person a day should have. One portion of Christmas pudding with a dash of cream comes in at 450 calories. Those delicious little Celebrations or Heroes chocolates tot up to 400 calories for just 10 chocolates.
The weight put on over Christmas research has shown can take three months to diet off.
One of the ways to keep out weight down is to eat slowly and of course to make sure we have plenty of exercise to burn off excess calories
You can still enjoy your food at Christmas without going overboard and gaining weight, don’t eat till you are overfull.
Burn off the calories by getting a pedometer make sure you do 10,000 steps a day.
You could get dancing plenty of parties and do’s at Christmas, or put a CD on and dance in the comfort of your own home
Leave the car at home and walk to the shops.
Give the dog an extra walk.