November 30, 2010 > Learn how to prevent holiday weight gain
Learn how to prevent holiday weight gain
Submitted By Renee Snyder, St. Rose Hospital
The holiday season is a time to celebrate with family and friends. However, for many it is a time notorious for over-eating and, unfortunately, weight-gain. According to the National Institutes of Health, holiday eating, or over-indulgence, can result in weight-gain of a pound or two every year. Over a lifetime, holiday weight gain can be substantial with serious consequences. The holiday season does not have to mean an increase in weight nor does it mean depriving oneself of favorite holiday goodies.
Join us for a free Holiday Dietary Class to learn more about eating healthily with a balance of food, festive activity and fun with family and friends during the holidays.
Attendees will learn to make adjustments to their favorite seasonal recipes to produce healthier, yet still enjoyable, dishes without destroying their waistline. To register, call (510) 264-4044.
Holiday Dietary Class
Wednesday, December 8
12 - 1 p.m.
St. Rose Hospital
Sherman Balch Pavilion
27200 Calaroga Avenue, Hayward
Attendance is free.