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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!More Diet Blogs:
Rosa Smith-Montanaro is a Virtual Wellness and Weight Loss Coach, and the award-winning creator of the Mind Over ...
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Patty James has her Masterís Degree in Nutrition, is a Certified Natural Chef and is the Founder of the first ...
|6 Tips for Surviving Family Holiday Meals
Posted @ 6:00am ET on December 16, 2013
Blog: The Love Doctor
By Dr. Terri Orbuch
Not every family's holiday dinner looks like a Norman Rockwell painting. For many, holiday dinners can mean stressful family get-togethers and controlling in-laws. How do you survive this difficult period of time? How do you handle family holiday meals ...
|Holiday Damage Control: 7 Strategies
Posted @ 10:00am ET on December 12, 2013
Blog: Mind Over Platter
Food is always a focus around this time of year and requires more effort to manage your weight. The holiday cheer can add at least 5 to 10 pounds with all of the festivities. I have listed some guidelines to help you think thin and coast through the ...
|Holiday Parties: Food, Drink Best Picks
Posted @ 6:00am ET on December 9, 2013
Blog: Diet Write
By Registered Dietitian and Diet.com Contributor, Shauna Shultz Oh, the temptations are about to abound! The holiday party circuit is on its way along with baked treats, dining out more often and perhaps some added stress. Holiday fun can certainly ...
|Healthy Holiday Survival Guide
Posted @ 7:00am ET on December 2, 2013
Blog: Eat This!
By Deirdre Riley
So Thanksgiving is over and maybe you indulged a bit more than you had intended. The Turkey Day feast was incredible, plus there are all those yummy leftovers and desserts! In addition, upcoming parties at school and†work, festivities with†friends and ...
|The 12 Types of Holiday Eating & Tips to Help
Posted @ 6:00am ET on December 2, 2013
Blog: Shrink Yourself
It might seem like holiday eating comes from the fact that delicious foods are readily accessible almost everywhere you go, but that is a small part of it. Emotional Eating is the main reason people gain weight over the holidays. Emotional Eating really ...
|Weight Loss Tips: 3 Ways to Survive Thanksgiving!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on November 27, 2013
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
Let's be honest, it's Thanksgiving Day tomorrow and at least in the US we'll be sitting down to a larger than usual meal... And if you don't celebrate Thanksgiving this article will teach you how to survive any big meal out with friends! Personally, I ...
|10 Holiday Diet Dangers
Posted @ 1:00pm ET on November 26, 2013
Blog: Vice Busting with Julia Havey
I love when I can say "I told you so!" Shape Magazine posted this great article, it offers similar advice that I often give to ward off well-intended food pushers, aka "Aunt Millie." In addition, here are some of my favorite ways to avoid the holiday ...
|Thanksgiving Without the Guilt
Posted @ 7:00am ET on November 25, 2013
Blog: Fitness Expert Katrina
Thanksgiving is not only a great way to spend time with family while watching sports games on TV, preparing food, and eating together, but it is also a great way to pack on the pounds without realizing it! The average American consumes between 2500-4500 ...
|Surviving The Thanksgiving Pig-Out: 15 Tips!
Posted @ 7:00am ET on November 23, 2013
Blog: No-Nonsense Weight Loss
By Mike Levinson
Thanksgiving is approaching fast and furious -- it marks a time of year in which overeating is expected. Fortunately, it's not as hard as you think to have a guilt-free Thanksgiving meal. With a little pre-planning and a commitment to staying on course, the ...