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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
Drinking & Dieting: Enjoy Happier Holidays!
Posted @ 7:00am ET on December 10, 2012
Blog: Cheers To Your Health!
By Donna DeCunzo-Taddeo
The holidays are here already?! They seem to sneak up on us every year. This year take my advice and be prepared for what's ahead. Dinner with relatives complete with lots of desserts, Holiday parties with friends, cocktail parties. (Be sure to check out ...
This Year Give Presence, Not Presents
Posted @ 10:00am ET on December 4, 2012
Blog: Diet Write
By DietWrite
Special for Diet.com by Thomas Haller & Chick Moorman Authors of The 10 Commitments The holiday season is here and many parents are concerned about the family financial situation and the money problems they may be experiencing. As if rising food ...
Party Eating and Your Diet
Posted @ 9:00am ET on November 29, 2012
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
Holiday eating and celebrations from Thanksgiving to New Year's cause people to gain on the average of just under a pound, according to a year long study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. But weight gain at holiday time doesn't have to be ...
Be Happy & Excited About Holiday Outfits
Posted @ 9:00am ET on November 26, 2012
Blog: Mind Over Platter
By RosaSmith
One of my favorite assignments to give my readers is to pick out an outfit they are going to wear for an upcoming event. It might seem premature to think "holiday party outfit" -- but it's not. When you vividly see yourself looking good in a flattering ...
Low Fat Trap: Low-Fat Snacks Higher in Calories
Posted @ 8:00am ET on November 23, 2012
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
At holiday celebrations, in movie theaters and in homes, Cornell studies show that people eat an average of 28% more total calories when they eat low-fat snacks than when they eat regular ones. To read the full article, click here: Do Low-fat Foods ...
Staying on Track on Thanksgiving Day
Posted @ 2:00pm ET on November 21, 2012
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
Thanksgiving day is a time for family, fun and food! Just because it's a holiday pretty much devoted to food, doesn't mean you have to completely derail all your diet efforts. However, it is a day to really enjoy good food and good company, so enjoy ...
Stunning Yet Simple Salad Worthy of Thanksgiving
Posted @ 10:00am ET on November 20, 2012
Blog: Everyday Healthy Eating
By Maggie Moon, MS, RD
Maybe it's because my birthday is in the fall, but it's always been one of my favorite seasons. As a New Yorker, fall meant perfect, crisp afternoons in Central Park. As a traveler, fall meant globally amicable weather from Seoul to Paris to New Orleans. ...
Avoid Holiday Stress Eating
Posted @ 8:30am ET on November 18, 2012
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
By DrDiet
Though stress eating is common throughout the year, it increases especially among women at holiday time to 33% of women, up from 25%, according to a national survey conducted by the American Psychological Association. Comfort eating and unhealthy drinking ...
Happier Holidays: 10 Terrific Time-Saving Tips!
Posted @ 8:00am ET on November 15, 2012
Blog: The Exhaustion Cure
By Laura Stack
When was the last time you had a really relaxing holiday? I don't mean that peaceful 30-minute aftermath that follows a successful dinner party or the kids' gift-opening extravaganza. I mean a holiday that is relaxing, from beginning to end. That ...
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