7 Winter Diet Tips Nutritionists Swear By
Prevent unwanted padding this season with the diet tips experts rely on to save their own waistlines
Over the winter, most of us will gain anywhere from 1 to 5 pounds of weight, according to a study in "The New England Journal of Medicine." Instead of losing that bulk by bikini season (we know, you have the best intentions), research has found that winter weight tends to stick around for good and the pounds just keep piling up each year. Before you know it, those yummy muffins -- the ones you love to bake on snow days -- turn into an all-season muffin top. No one needs that kind of armor. With these diet tips, you can break the cycle of winter "expansion."
Skip ahead to see the 7 winter diet tips nutritionists swear by now.
By the way, these are not just the usual diet tips. We pumped top nutritionists for the tricks they personally rely on to avoid packing on winter pounds. Get the inside scoop on how these peeps with degrees in healthy eating handle comfort-food cravings and feel full without getting too many calories. You'll want to pounce on these trade secrets. After all, you won't be able to hide beneath that puffy jacket for much longer.
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