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Easy-to-follow tips to avoid overeating this holiday

'Tis the season for overindulging. A recent report showed that we can easily consume 2,000 calories (or more) during a holiday dinner, particularly if the celebration includes appetizers and a few glasses of wine. As Neha Shah, a registered dietitian at Stanford, explains in the above Stanford Health Care video, overeating during this time of year is tied to many factors. She says, "There is so much food available at one given social setting that it's easy to overeat and not realize it."

There are simple techniques, however, that can help you resist the temptation to pile your plate high and go back for seconds. Watch the full video to learn easy-to-follow tips for making healthier choices this holiday season as you eat, drink and be merry.

Previously: “Less is more:” Eating wisely, with delight, during the holidays, Eat well, be well and enjoy (a little) candy, Learning tools for mindful eating and Enjoying the turkey while watching your waistline
Photo in featured-entry box by George Redgrave

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