Which holiday plays havoc on your daily diet?

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Which holiday plays havoc on your daily diet?
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Sun, 11-14-2010 - 3:28pm
Which holiday plays havoc on your daily diet?My birthdayEasterThanksgivingChristmasOther - explain

 

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Tue, 11-16-2010 - 12:37pm

I hope we get more responses to this new poll system that I copied off the internet! When the new upgrades occurred, the iVillage poll feature was eliminated, and I ran across this one posted on another board.

After you vote, there's a feature where you can leave a message, but I see when I just wrote mine, it did not post here under the initial poll, but rather can be read when we click "view" to check out the results of the poll. Rather confusing, and I'm sorry that iVillage eliminated their poll link which included a graph that noted the voting standing. Geeze!

At any rate, I've copied what I wrote in my message....

I voted Christmas, for that seems to be the season when all the rich goodies come out of the woodwork! For instance, the plum puddings, cookies, fruitcake, other desserts, and not to mention the assorted Christmas candies, nuts, etc. I'm a good girl though, and limit myself for I'm well aware of the consequences! lol

 

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Tue, 11-16-2010 - 9:55pm

Both Thanksgiving *AND* Christmas as both holiday menus are similar and carb heavy, but maybe Christmas edges out Thanksgiving a little since there are all those cookies and candies and things that people bring as gifts...



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Wed, 11-17-2010 - 7:44am

Right now it's not the holidays, but catching up with people whom I've not seen in a long time. Meals are okay - we actually eat pretty healthy, but it's the alcohol. In the past 7 days I've gone to 4 dinners, and all have included wine which means extra calories...