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  1. 6 Nutritional Tips for Getting Through the Holidays

    6 Nutritional Tips for Getting Through the Holidays

    Special for DiettoGo.comby Linda Miner RNC, CHN, CMTAwww.MyHealthyBalance.comContrary to popular belief, the average person gains only about one pound between Thanksgiving and Christmas. This should not allay the concern over the copious amounts of white sugar, white flour and alcohol people are consuming during this time. "But it's the Holidays!!!" is the excuse, rather the plea, from people who want to indulge.It is important not to feel deprived because this may lead to binging later, but it is possible to be smart about it. Here are 6 tips to help you through the holidays:1. Offer to be the Designated...

  2. A New Approach to Eating Well, Staying Fit over the Holidays

    A New Approach to Eating Well, Staying Fit over the Holidays

    You have undoubtedly heard the saying, "A mind is a terrible thing to waste." The fitness equivalent to that statement is one of my favorite quotes by Jane Caminos: "A waist is a terrible thing to mind."That is never truer than during the holiday season.A new study suggests that on average, Americans probably gain about a pound during the winter holiday season. This finding runs contrary to the popular belief that most people gain from 5 to 10 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. New study or old, around our house, I guarantee the numbers on the scale...

  3. Dr. Abby: Best Way to Deal with all that Halloween Candy

    Dr. Abby: Best Way to Deal with all that Halloween Candy

    Dear Dr. Abby, My kids brought home a stash of Halloween candy, which was enough to haunt any parent! What's the best way to deal with this delightfully decadent supply?Candy First and foremost, I hope you shared their excitement about your kids' wonderful accomplishment! Grabbing all that loot required walking and enthusiasm, both of which burned calories. The bigger the pile, the further the mile!Now, educate them about candy.Anything with nuts is actually fairly healthy. Nuts contain good oils, while protein and fat minimize the high glycemic index of sugar.Lollipops and gumdrops are pure sugar, but fairly low in...

  4. 4 Secrets to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution

    4 Secrets to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution

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