Nutrition

Your most nutritious holiday ever!

Author: Canadian Living

Nutrition

Your most nutritious holiday ever!

Families are becoming more mindful when it comes to what to put on their dinner table (and into their bellies!). But as the end of the year draws nearer, healthy eating seems to go by the wayside.

Holiday parties, dinners away from home, and constant visits with family and friends all interrupt the healthy eating habits that had come so naturally before-hand. Coupled with colder weather (and a tendency to want to stay inside where it's warm) it's easy to see why so many Canadian women fear holiday weight-gain.

Canadian Living has compiled a list of our favourite holiday nutrition articles and advice, so the only thing to worry about is finding the perfect gift for your special someone! Let's get outside, Canada!
Let's get outside, Canada!

Nutrition advice
How to avoid overeating at holiday parties
A nutritionist tells you how to celebrate without eating too much over the holiday season.

Smart choices to make at the food court
Indulge a little this season - without sacrificing your health - with these simple tips.

10 ways to avoid holiday weight-gain
Don't let chocolate, eggnog and five-course dinners spoil your diet.

Make your festive feast even healthier
Introduce nutrition to your holiday meal with a healthy mix of red and green foods.

A food lover's guide to a guilt-free holiday
Indulge a little this season - without sacrificing your health - with these simple tips.

10 ways to avoid holiday over-indulgence
Avoid the icky "I overdid it" feeling with sensible ways to avoid too much festive cheer.

Healthy holiday treats for kids
Five easy tips for helping children snack well over the holidays, plus a recipe for oatmeal cookies.

Menus & recipes
Cranberry delights menu
Not just for turkey dinners, these tart, tasty and good-for-you berries compliment just about any dish.

Holiday side dishes
uit the season's entertaining with these nine main-course accompaniments.

Fabulous veggies on the side
Discover 13 delicious ways to serve up fresh – and one or two frozen – harvest vegetables your family will love.

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