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The Truth About Holiday Weight Gain

You've read the harrowing tales that the average American gains around 5 lbs. between Thanksgiving and New Year's. Do you think it is true? Answer the question below to find out!


The Truth About Holiday Weight Gain

T/F: The average American gains around 5 lbs. between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day?

mspineapple mspineapple 9 years
Interesting question
pinkbella51 pinkbella51 9 years
hmmm.. that's so weird... on Biggest Loser they said it was 7 pounds (!!!) between Thanksgiving and New Years!
insanitypepper insanitypepper 9 years
One extra-big pound.
bellechic bellechic 9 years
I was wrong! comforting to know it's a smaller amount
snowbunny11 snowbunny11 9 years
haha so far I've been good...except we bought an advent calendar at starbucks and it has year I'll fill it with stickers or some crap...and no one will use it!!!
GeikoSera GeikoSera 9 years
Ahh, only in a perfect world, right? :P
EllaBella EllaBella 9 years
I am amazed, I really believed it was much more!
Bettyesque Bettyesque 9 years
Ha I was wrong ... :( For me I just eat whatever I want and the go work it off!
elle86 elle86 9 years
I would beg to differ, esp. after all the food I ate/will eat in the near future. Bleh.
melda melda 9 years
iwas wrong :p
jiujiu jiujiu 9 years
i'm pleased to see this, though i'm still headed to the gym right after i post this... gotta stay ahead of the curve, i don't want no stinkin pound.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Got it :)
alex_289 alex_289 9 years
That makes me feel alot better!
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
Yay only 1lb :)
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