Weight Loss and Arthritis at Holiday Time

We all know that losing weight improves joint health, but how do we stay on track during the holiday season?

The food-focused holidays are fast approaching. Its time for parties and delicious food-and weight gain. Many people put on about 10 pounds around this time. If you have arthritis, extra weight can mean added pain, especially in joints like hips and knees. Cleveland Clinic dietitian Margaret Zeller, RD, LD, offers four key principles to avoid picking up extra pounds during the holiday season.
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