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Holidays can often mean trouble for dieters, making it difficult to stick to a healthy routine. Learn how to celebrate the healthy way with these holiday blogs written by diet, fitness & nutrition experts. Whether it's the New Year, Valentine's Day, Halloween or Christmas - our experts' advice will help you get through the big day without destroying your diet!

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Recent Holiday Blogs
Summer People, Beasts And Feasts
Posted @ 6:49am ET on July 9, 2009
Blog: Wicked Fun With Food
By SallyKetchum
So many memories summers as kids — sucking the juice from orange Popsicles leaving the ice and feeling the bittersweet fizz of Nehi grape soda, the first youthful summer romance with love songs on car radios and baby oil and iodine concoctions to enhance ...
Mr. Bad Food's 10 Hot Grilling Tips!
Posted @ 9:45am ET on May 22, 2009
Blog: Mr. Bad Food
By MrBadFood
May. What a great month. There's May flowers (and an end to April showers)... there's Mother's Day... there's the Indianapolis 500... and then there's Memorial Day. And with Memorial Day comes that old familiar cry... Ladies and gentlemen, start your ...
Memorial Weekend: Celebrate & Remember
Posted @ 9:00am ET on May 22, 2009
Blog: Weekly Diet News Digest
By JohnMc
The first three-day weekend of the year has arrived. Many of us will be spending part of our long weekend relaxing with family and friends... and cuddling up to our favorite comfort foods and drinks! After all, Memorial Day is considered the unofficial ...
A Mother's Day Menu For Two
Posted @ 7:09am ET on May 7, 2009
Blog: Cheers To Your Health!
By Donna DeCunzo-Taddeo
I would guess that if you ask mothers what they want from their kids on Mother's Day, gifts would probably not even make the list for 9 out of 10. So maybe this year (given the situation with the economy) you can do something really special for your mom. ...
Healthy Cinco de Mayo Margarita 'n Quesadilla
Posted @ 11:00am ET on May 5, 2009
Blog: Celebrities and Diet
By Diet Diva
Did you know that we celebrate Cinco de Mayo here in the US more than Mexicans? I think it's our way of using another countries holiday to own benefit or excuse to get drunk. Most people will celebrate the holiday with a margarita or shot after shot of ...
The Spring Break Diet
Posted @ 11:01am ET on March 20, 2009
Blog: Fitness U.
By CollegeFitnessGoddess
Spring break is just around the corner and whether you plan to cruise to the Caribbean, hit the clubs in Cancun or lounge on the beaches of Florida, you’ll want to be in shape so you can party without the extra pounds. Although you won’t look like ...
Irish Eyes Are Smiling: 3 New Celiac Studies
Posted @ 9:30am ET on March 17, 2009
Blog: Living Gluten-Free
By TriciaThompsonMS/RD
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In honor of the patron saint of Ireland, the abstracts of 3 recent studies conducted in Ireland are included below. These studies are on bacterial overgrowth, refractory celiac disease, and diagnostic criteria for celiac ...
Wear Green, Eat Green On St. Patty's Day!
Posted @ 9:00am ET on March 17, 2009
Blog: Weekly Diet News Digest
By JohnMc
If you're always after your Lucky Charms on St. Patty's Day, then perhaps this year it's time to skip the sugary green clovers and opt instead for a plate of much-healthier greens and a steamy bowl of Irish Stew. We asked registered dietitian Shauna ...
St Patrick's Day Healthy Green Recipes
Posted @ 4:22pm ET on March 16, 2009
Blog: Celebrities and Diet
By Diet Diva
St Patrick's Day in my household always meant corned beef and cabbage. Obviously we know that steamed cabbage, and carrots are good for you, and to be honest the corned beef ain't all that bad as long as you trim the fat. With 213 calories per 3 oz ...
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