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The Numbers Are in and This Is the Least You'll Weigh All Year

Winter is coming and so are the carbohydrate-loading holidays, but you'll actually weigh less than you have all year during the first weeks in October. According to a recent study by a Cornell University professor, you may see a drop in numbers on the scale, but it's not going to last very long thanks to our delicious Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. "Anything that happens in these next 10 weeks, on average, takes about five months to come off," Professor Brian Wansink said.
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