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Give in to Temptation

By February 15, 2012 - 11:16am
Sponsored By Vibrance Associates

Written by Healthy Monday Campaigns


While cupid makes love matches on Valentine's day, weight gain and menopause should not be one of them. Forbidding certain foods – like Valentine’s chocolate or wine- is a common diet strategy, but studies have shown that this can actually lead to overeating.

Food restrictors often satiate their cravings by eating other high-calorie items, which can lead to weight gain at menopause.


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