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Holiday Eating





Low in calories, but high in flavor, these Valentine’s Day cocktails and desserts are sure to set the mood…without putting you into a sugar-induced coma. COCKTAILS Chocolate Covered Strawberry Martini Makes 2 servings, 180 calories each 2.5 tablespoons simple syrup, divided (learn how to make a simple syrup here.) 1/2… Read More»


In the realm of weight loss solutions and healthy eating, you hear a lot about counting calories, the next magic diet combo, or this week’s superfood. However, with the holidays upon us, we think it’s the perfect time to talk about an important, non-diet factor that can greatly impact your healthfulness, and even your weight: Gratitude.


There are so many aspects to the holidays that can throw us off our usually healthy routine. While the basics, like not skipping meals and bringing healthy dishes to holiday parties, are important, there are four tips that apply specifically to this holiday time. Here they are!


While having a slice of pumpkin pie or a scoop of buttery mashed potatoes won’t ruin your weight management or health efforts, you don’t want to finish any meal feeling so full that you’re lethargic, or even sick. Here are 5 tips you can follow to make sure you end your Thanksgiving (and other holiday meals) satisfied and not stuffed.


Perhaps the most anticipated meal of the year, Thanksgiving dinner (or dinners for some of us!) can often leave you feeling bloated and more stuffed than the turkey itself. Here are some of our favorite recipe suggestions and tips to make sure you leave the table feeling thankful that you don’t have to unbutton anything.



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