Monday Health Minute | Published December 24, 2012

Healthy Holiday Eating

  • Be careful what you drink. Alcoholic beverages and many fruit punches can be full of calories and short on nutrition. Look for hot cider, diet sodas and flavored waters instead.
  • Choose lean cuts of meat, like turkey or other white meats. Consider substituting meat with fish more often as well.
  • At holiday parties, make sure there are lots of vegetables, salad and fruits on the menu, and use low-calorie and fat-free salad dressings.
  • Allow yourself to splurge within moderation. Take small portions, and eat slowly to give yourself time to digest.

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