Too much candy corn? Or did you eat too many caramel apples? No? Was it the fun size candy bars that got you? Pull. It. Together. It’s not too late to turn it around before the holidays.
Dr. Julia Nordgren has the unique distinction of being a physician and a trained chef and she can help us all take the first step in making healthier food choices this holiday season. Just a few simple ingredient swaps can make your tried and true holiday favorites heart health friendly. Whether it’s swapping cauliflower rice for white rice, using avocados instead of butter or shortening, or bulking up dishes with fruits and vegetables, there are plenty of changes you can make without sacrificing flavor.
DR. JULIA NORDGREN WILL EXPLAIN:
- Why November 2, National Eating Healthy Day is the perfect time to get your diet back on track before the holidays
- Healthy fall recipe swaps using fresh ingredients
- How to up the nutrition factor in your favorite holiday recipes using unexpected ingredients like avocados
- How to incorporate the right nutrients into your diet, including good fats
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