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Study recommends no diet exceptions on Thanksgiving


Study recommends no diet exceptions on Thanksgiving
WHAG

Many folks are gearing up for the Thanksgiving meal, but if you're giving your diet a break for the special occasion, studies show you might be at more risk for prolonged weight gain. "Usually, people tend to overeat on Thanksgiving or any holiday.

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