… but the lunch won’t be the problem.
A study done by Carnegie Weight Management (fat camp for kids, basically) found that an average Christmas dinner can contain 956 calories and 48g of fat. Who cares?! Turkey, carrots, sprouts, parsnips, even roast potatoes and a bit of stuffing are not going to do anyone any harm. What will do the harm is the sugary cereal for breakfast on Christmas morning,...
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