Survive the party season

"Most people attend tons of festive events—and nearly all of them centre around fattening food," says Dr Michelle May, author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat.

Add seasonal stress and zero time to cook or hit the gym, and you have a recipe for holiday weight gain. Well, not this year.

Here's a plan for dodging diet pitfalls—everything from thousand-kilojoules eggnog lattes at the shopping centre food court to button-popping family dinners.

Photo by Dylan Ellis/Digital Vision/Thinkstock Nov 10, 2011

Survive the party season

Here's a plan for dodging diet pitfalls at Christmas: everything from thousand-kilojoules eggnog lattes at the shopping centre food court to button-popping family dinners.

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  1. Glib03:48pm Saturday 01st December 2012 ESTReport Abuse

    If you have a regular exercise routine year-round, you will have no problem. Simple as that. REAL exercise. Not walking the dog.

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