Americans Consume 6,000 Calories on Christmas Day
Stockings aren’t the only things getting stuffed this Christmas! Health experts says that the average American consumes a staggering 6,000 calories on Christmas – and an extra 500 for every day leading up to the holidays.
It’s not surprising that many find it difficult to stick to a healthy (or even moderately unhealthy!) eating plan during the month of December. With temptation seemingly around every corner during the holiday season and colder, darker evenings, it is harder to maintain an exercise routine or healthy habits.
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Source: Average Calories Consumed on Christmas Day is 6,000, Wigantoday.net