Occasional overeating does not have to make a big impact on body weight. The extra calories can often be offset by exercise or careful choices on other days. But eating extra calories daily – that’s a different story.
Overeating by a consistent 100 calories per day can cause roughly a 10-pound weight gain over a year. Just 100 little calories – about half the calories in a candy bar, cold drink or sweet tea.
Small changes done consistently make significant differences.
What is one small helpful change you can make (and continue) to improve your health and wellness?