Stuart was fearful that in their famished state they would eat to excess
and injure themselves.
Impressively, the die-hard even stuck to her healthy diet on the one day of the year the rest of us eat to excess
. She revealed: "I didn't eat a whole lot onChristmas...Da lot on Christmas Day - I wouldn't pig out normally.
Anyway, just as in England, Christmas in Norway is an exercise to eat to excess
and watch rubbish TV.
The mental issues of why people eat to excess
need be addressed with education and therapy.
I have a more 'normal' relationship with food and exercise and never feel the need to eat to excess
The recent holidays' license to eat to excess
no doubt spurred more shoppers to pick up heartburn and gas remedies after overdoing it at the dinner table.
You don't need to eat to excess
simply because it's Christmas.
"The main thing is they don't eat to excess
because they are not out of control."
Many children will die on Christmas Day, while we in the affluent world will eat to excess
. Later, millions of pounds will be spent on diet foods, exercise sessions and health farms, to correct our excess weight.
For example, in "Gluttony," dressmakers squeeze Anna into an exceptionally tight corset and evening dress while both her singing and dancing families eat to excess
; in "Envy," dancers waltz in evening-dress attire but with eerie form-fitting masks.
In Victorian England a man of wealth and substance was corpulent because he wanted to show people that he could afford to eat to excess
and people trusted him more than if he were thin and athletic.
Naturally thin people eat whatever they want- they just don't eat to excess
. As you slow your eating speed down, you will feel more in control, so it is safe to eat whatever you want.
He also has septo-optic dysplasia, which causes blindness and growth hormone deficiency, and the genetic disorder Prader-Willi syndrome, which makes him eat to excess
and be prone to obesity and diabetes.
Except to say she doesn't smoke, drink or eat to excess
and having survived breast cancer has resumed a hugely successful career.
Many hit the bottle, light up a cigarette or eat to excess
in a bid to stave off yuletide exasperation, with three in five people finding Christmas stressful.