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These 5 strategies will keep away winter weight gain — despite comfort-food cravings, evenings on the couch, and roomy sweaters that hide every bulge. David is determined to show just how much damage this weight ideal inflicts upon young Russian dancers. His 52-minute film follows the story of 15 year-old Oksana Skorik, an exceptionally talented student at Perm State Ballet School who suffers from anorexia At just one month old, her mother had her straddled in cross splits. At five she was quite literally "given" to the ballet school (although her mother attempted to hand her over when she was four - British ballet mums ain't got nothing on this woman). This maternal pressure, when combined with the footage of girls being unnecessarily screamed at by teachers for being lazy, fat, ugly and useless, goes a long way to explaining Oksana's anorexia. For her, as for many of the girls, these throwaway remarks are lastingly internalized. Although at the end of the film Oksana claims to be over her the illness, David tells me that "even today she calls herself fat at 173cm and 45 kilograms". She now dances with The Kirov Ballet.

If you've been eating fast food for years, get real about your approach: You're probably not going to stick to an organic, gluten-free, paleo overhaul for very long. "You want to change as little as possible to create calorie deficit," says Dr. Seltzer, who insists the best way to support sustainable weight loss is to incorporate small changes into existing habits. So instead of giving up your daily BLT bagels in favor of an egg-white wrap, try ordering your sandwich on a lighter English muffin. Or say you eat a snack bar every afternoon: Swap your 300-calorie bar for a 150-calorie alternative. "Your brain will feel the same way about it, so you won't feel deprived," he says.

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