It may seem impossible to lose weight during the holiday season -- after all, the binge begins at Thanksgiving and often lasts through New Year's. But there are some tricks to help you lose weight that won't leave you feeling deprived.
Read this before you take money out of the mall's ATM machine or touch that escalator.
Scott Greenberg, wine columnist, the Washington Examiner
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This year might be the time to think outside the box when it comes to curbing heavy holiday intake of calories.
Indulging in all of your favorite holiday foods can add up to 500 extra calories a day between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day.
Bobby Flay, celebrity chef
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