The 'Freshman 15': Weight Gain In College Isn't Inevitable

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The 'Freshman 15': Weight Gain In College Isn't Inevitable

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The Freshman 15
The 'Freshman 15': Weight Gain In College Isn't Inevitable
The 'Freshman 15': Weight Gain In College Isn't Inevitable
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Discover tips for preventing the increased pounds.
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The 'Freshman 15'

Not every new college student gains the famous “Freshman 15” pounds. Some gain much more. While some students don’t gain any weight at all.

No matter the case, leaving home for college presents a lot of health challenges for students — many who are living, eating and cooking on their own for the very first time. But weight gain in college isn’t inevitable. Let’s look at some of the reasons why it does happen. And some smart ways to prevent it.

Reasons For College Weight gain
      The emotional and social reasons for the "Freshman 15."

What To Do
      Practical tips for preventing weight gain.

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Last updated June 09, 2014


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