During the winter months it is common to overindulge in warmer foods and drinks that are typically high in calories, which then leads to gaining additional pounds. Let’s face it, the idea of eating healthy during this time of year has been thrown out the window. But there is one way to help curb your appetite, so you don’t eat everything in sight. Drink water!
Stephanie is a web/print designer at The Gazette and the design director of Colorado Politics, a sister publication of The Gazette. She has been a nationally certified fitness professional since 2009.
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