Can Fasting Compensate for the Holiday Pounds?

Most people overindulge during the holidays. This is despite how much of the year they’ve devoted to healthy eating. From Halloween right into the New Year, you’re faced with a range of tempting delicacies.

But new studies suggest that you may be able to have your cake and eat it, too.

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