3 Ways to Kickstart Your Weight Loss Before The New Year
The holidays are a non-stop festival of celebrations, foods, and drinks. Unfortunately, along with the fun comes some extra poundage! But what if this year was different? What if you could continue to get through the holidays without gaining any weight—and maybe even lose a few pounds?
Well, we’ve got three simple tips that’ll help keep your waistline in check before more thoughts of sugarplums and holiday cookies start dancing in your head.
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|Erin Palinski-Wade RD CDE
Erin Palinski-Wade, America’s Belly Fat Fighter, is a nationally-recognized nutrition and fitness expert who has contributed her expertise to national media outlets such as The Doctors, The Early Show, ABC News, CBS News, Fox News, Fitness Consumer Reports, Chicago Tribune, and Prevention Magazine. She operates a private nutrition consulting practice... more >>
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