You all probably know how many calories men, women and children should eat and drink each day.
Well, did you know that a great many people - perhaps most - eat more than twice that number on Christmas Day?
If you asked them on Boxing Day how many calories they had eaten, they'd say, "Oh about 3,000!" because they don't realise they've eaten so much.
Slice of turkey - 190 calories
Pig in blanket – 60 calories
Ball of stuffing – 50 calories
Roast potatoes – 140 calories
Potatoes – 100 calories
Gravy – 50 calories
On top of all this, we eat Christmas cake that contains about 220 calories depending on the size of the slice of course. There are over 200 calories in mince pies!
But don't worry, this only happens on one day a year – HOPEFULLY!
In fact, if you ate like this every day, you'd put on 26 stone and you'd get ill, that's for sure!
While some of us eat too well on Christmas Day, others have to live on next to nothing. I'm referring to the fact that there are people in our country... in Wales... in Britain... living on very little throughout the year, not just during the Christmas period.
According to the Trussell Trust, 1.9 million food parcels were handed out to families in Great Britain during 2019/20. This April the number of parcels shared increased by 89% compared to the previous year. During April this year an additional 100,000 families asked for food donations to feed the family.
As we enjoy our Christmas celebrations are you willing to support your local food bank?
Click on the link to find your local food bank.