What did you have to eat for Thanksgiving?
If you were anything like the average American family, your Thanksgiving meal likely looked something like this:
- Turkey (of course). And eaten with the skin
- Mashed potatoes
- Dressing, lots of bread
- Rolls, even more bread
- Sweet potatoes. With or without marshmallows
- Pie. Lots of pie.
- Don’t forget the gravy
And that’s all just the appetizer course. Remember all the cheese, shrimp, crackers, beef stick, and other snacks you also ate during the game?
Thanksgiving to Christmas Diet:
A Simple Stress Free Way to Lose Weight During the Holidays
Yeah, there’s a lot of food eaten at Thanksgiving.
Christmas is even worse, with even more sweets loaded at the table instead of just harvest-related items. And not a green vegetable in sight.
You should be afraid.
According to a SURVEY OF 1,000 PEOPLE, you should expect to gain FOUR POUNDS on Christmas Day.
21% of those surveyed expect to gain between 5-7 pounds, with 5% of those surveyed expecting to gain even more than that.
Gives you a reason to hit the gym in January, right? Like you needed a reason, Mr Tubbo. Don’t go blaming pigging out on Christmas for your lard ass. You’ve had that all along, but just didn’t want to admit it.