“Clean Eating” expert, Diane Welland, shares 9 simple tips to keep the holidays healthy.
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While most people associate the holidays with rich, high-calorie foods, there are plenty of other options available. Zero in on produce first by loading up on raw vegetables found on crudite platters and salads. Instead of high-fat dressings, drizzle your greens with balsamic vinegar or a squeeze of lemon. Cheese is another good choice, but beware of going overboard, one to two ounces is all you need (about the size of a pair of dice or a 9-volt battery).
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