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How long does it take to burn off your favourite Christmas treats?

How long does it take to burn off your favourite Christmas treats?


Written by Katie Byrne


From mulled wine to Christmas pudding, turkey sandwiches to Champagne - here's all you need to know!

Arguably one of the best things about Christmas is the food. From mince pies to roast turkey, mulled wine to Yule Log, there are plenty of delicious reasons why the holiday season is a foodie's passion - and a dieter's nightmare (but hey, it's Christmas - give yourself a break!).

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However, no matter how calorific your Christmas - with the average Brit predicted to gain 5lb over the next couple of weeks - there's an exercise that can help you counter festive weight gain. Promise!

The handy infographic below from the team at fitness brand Fusion Lifestyle shows exactly how you can counter a Christmas weight gain - with ideas to suit every capability and every snack option.

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Dan Reynolds, Head of Sports and Community Development, Fusion Lifestyle comments, “We know only too well how easy it is to use Christmas as an excuse to over-indulge. We know it’s all about the balance of calories in and calories out, so to help fight off those extra pounds, we’ve put together a breakdown of exercises and food that will help you work out what you need to do to enjoy a few extra indulgences this Christmas.”

Our favourite stat? It takes half an hour of cycling to burn off a glass of mulled wine - we presume that's best done by hopping on your bike to the shop to get some more...


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