Your Health: Holiday Plates and Pounds

Your Health: Holiday Plates and Pounds

The national institutes of health says the average person puts on one to two pounds during the winter holidays.
It's that time of year again for sleigh rides silver bells and gaining some weight.  The National institutes of health says the average person puts on one to two pounds during the winter holidays.

A lot of people will blame it on grandma's pies and cookies, but in today's your health we find out it may not be what's on your plate that carries the calories.

Click on the video to the left to see more from CNN in today's Your Health.
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