This holiday season, supermarket retailers may want to display fresh apples next to the pies as shoppers begin searching for party snacks. With winter festivities right around the corner, many people face the problem of watching their weight while enjoying all the social gatherings and their fattening fare. "People eat because the food is available," said Delia Hammock, nutrition director at the Good Housekeeping Institute. "Holiday parties offer a smorgasbord of food: More variety means ...

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