[PHOTOS] 10 Reasons French Women Stay Slim

Why Are the French Healthier than Americans?
Why Are the French Healthier than Americans?
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Make Meals a Social Event
Make Meals a Social Event
In France, food is savored and paced slowly and made into 30 minute meal, even snacks. Where as in America, people eat with a need for speed. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images For LizaAmericasHost.com)
Find Ways to Reduce to Stress
Find Ways to Reduce to Stress
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Curb Your Snacking
Curb Your Snacking
In America's fast-paced society, everyone is prone to snacking to keep them going through the day. However, in France, snacking is very rare. Food is savored in France so there's little time for snacking. (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images)
Eat at Regular Times
Eat at Regular Times
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AVOID Processed Foods
AVOID Processed Foods
Americans embrace processed foods because it's easier to make and get your hands on. But processed foods are high in sodium, sugars, and trans fats. In France, they make their foods with fresh ingredients. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)
Drink a Glass of Wine Everyday
Drink a Glass of Wine Everyday
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Avoid Trans-Fat
Avoid Trans-Fat
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Embrace Variety
Embrace Variety
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Exercise - Get on Your Feet
Exercise - Get on Your Feet
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Reduce Your Portion Sizes
Reduce Your Portion Sizes
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