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FRIDAY FUN: Are Holiday Weight Gain Estimates Factual or Full of It?

Posted on: December 23rd, 2011 | Category: Our Blog

We know what’s running through your mind: “You people think this is fun?” But, please, hear us out.

How often do we get to collectively weigh in on the effects of holiday indulging, let alone the reporting on this subject? (Besides, we are still in shock that “Frosty the Snowman” has, at the time of this posting, only received one lousy vote on last week’s “Favorite Holiday Made-for-TV Special” poll. It’s hard to be overly cheerful when faced with these cold, hard facts.)

In any event, please take our one-question poll below.  And have a wonderful Christmas weekend!
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To check out the article on Holiday myths, click here.

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