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Holiday Eating, the Healthy Way. Presented by: Jessica Galtelli Katelyn Hart. Remember your Fruits and Vegetables. While the holidays are a great time for turkey, ham, or other meat products, it is also a great time to incorporate fruits and vegetables.

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holiday eating the healthy way

Holiday Eating, the Healthy Way

Presented by:

Jessica Galtelli

Katelyn Hart

remember your fruits and vegetables
Remember your Fruits and Vegetables
  • While the holidays are a great time for turkey, ham, or other meat products, it is also a great time to incorporate fruits and vegetables.
  • The holidays mean heavy traveling, so it might be more difficult to get all the fruits and vegetables we need.
  • There are some tips to help during travel or down time to increase that intake.
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Remember your Fruits and Vegetables

TIPS:

  • Pack raw fruits or vegetables such as broccoli, carrots, apples, or bananas.
  • Snack on hummus and vegetables on whole-wheat bread or crackers.
  • Make lettuce wraps filled with black beans, peppers, and onions.
  • Fill a thermos with tomato or vegetable soup.
holiday treats
Holiday Treats!
  • The holidays are also a great time for treats!
  • On average, Americans gain one or two pounds during the holiday season.
  • Do not begin to skip meals throughout the day, this may result in overeating.
  • Include high-fiber foods for snacks.
  • Include a small portion of your favorite holiday treat, but don’t overindulge.
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Holiday Treats!
  • Treats are everywhere during the holidays. You can enjoy them and limit fat consumption at the same time.
  • Try substituting traditional baking ingredients with healthier options to help lower trans fat intake.
  • Go easy on foods containing hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils.
  • Switch to trans-fat free margarines.
  • Add raisins or toasted nuts to cake and cookies instead of chocolate chips.
overall tips for holiday eating
Overall Tips for Holiday Eating
  • Do not skip meals, especially breakfast!
  • Bring your own healthy dish to a holiday feast.
  • Use a smaller plate.
  • Start the meal by filling your plate with vegetables and salad.
  • Eat slowly, savor each bite!
  • Before you go back for seconds, take 10 minutes to see if you are truly still hungry.
  • After dinner, get some physical activity.
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