Enjoy a bounty of good eats that are both delicious and healthy.
For many, the festive season is a time to get together with family and friends (safely). But it can often be a time when healthy eating habits fall by the wayside in favour of delicious holiday party snacks and belly-busting meals. While the temptation to overindulge can be strong, there are ways to remain mindful of what and how much you eat. These lower-calorie recipes and healthy eating tips can help you stick to your good food practices and still treat yourself and your guests.
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