Monday, November 24, 2014
The Holiday Challenge
You've worked so hard throughout the year to reach your ideal weight and/or eat healthier and may still be working. You've forced yourself to get out of the bed to go to the gym in the wee hours of the morning, steered clear of junk food, and even exercised during your lunch break. You've overcome these challenges and more, but now comes your biggest challenges of the year: the holidays. With all the turkey and dressing, the pies and cakes, how do you maintain your goals for your weight and healthy eating habits? Well, check out the books below for alternative recipes and strategies that will help you maintain your goals. Happy Holidays!
The Healthy Home Cookbook: Diabetes-Friendly Recipes for the Holidays, Parties, and Everyday Celebrations
The South Beach Diet Parties & Holidays Cookbook: Healthy Recipes for Entertaining Family and Friends
Healthy Holidays: Total Health Entertaining All Year Round
Diabetic Recipes for the Holidays
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